The interiors of the 56.5-metre superyacht Virtuosity have been revealed for the first time following the yacht's debut at the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show.
The yacht is the second unit in Sanlorenzo's 57Steel series, a line that has proved popular for the Italian yard so far with a total of four units sold and a fifth hull being built on speculation, according to BOATPro.
The line offers double the interior volume of its predecessor, the 52Steel, while maintaining signature Sanlorenzo features such as the glass-bottomed pool, which measures four metres in length on this model. Transparent panels in the floor send light into the 110 square metre beach club below, which benefits from a trio of fold-out sea terraces that create a liveable waterfront lounge with a TV, sofa set-up and bar complete with fridge and ice-maker.
Directly aft of the beach club is a spa zone, which is home to a Hammam, sauna and gym equipment.
The yacht's exterior is by Zuccon International Project, while interiors come courtesy of Lissoni. The design duo previously paired up on another of Sanlorenzo's projects: the SP110, which was nominated for a Neptune at the 2023 World Superyacht Awards.
Elements of this design can be seen in Virtuosity. The 1,0121 steel-and-aluminium model has the same cool, contemporary interiors with a pared-back theme and architectural touches like the central staircase.Read More/On board the split-level Sanlorenzo that redefines sports yacht design
The first images inside Virtuosity have been released by Fraser. The brokerage firm sold the yacht in 2021 and went on to oversee the construction and offer her for private yacht charters. On board highlights include a DJ booth in the bridge, plus an intimate "cocktail area" on the main deck.
Fraser describes the yacht as a "floating sanctuary" with no shortage of amenities and an accommodation configuration that comprises six cabins for a total of 12 guests. The owner's suite covers 54 square metres and is finished with an en suite, walk-in wardrobe and small study area and also has access to a private foredeck with Jacuzzi dip pool.
Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, Virtuosity can reach a top speed of 16.5 knots with a cruising speed of 13 knots. She has a 10.9-metre beam and complement for a crew of 12.
She charters from €400,000 per week plus expenses.