The yacht was handed over to its owner on schedule from its shipyard in La Spezia.
Christened Lady Lena, the yacht hit the water for the first time in January. The hull was previously sold in 2018 by Daniil Slugevich from Boutique.Yachts.
Key features of the 52 metre motor yacht include a 94 square metre beach club and a glass-bottomed swimming pool that allows natural light to flood the beach club below.
Lady Lena also boasts a 31 square metre gym with direct access to the main deck saloon, a flood garage for a tender of 7.5 metres and a separate garage for rescue boats and toys.
At 499GT, the 52 Steel has has a beam of 9.35 metres and is powered by a pair of MTU engines for a maximum speed of 18 knots. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests and a crew of nine.
Elsewhere, Sanlorenzo has another four units of the 52 Steel line under construction, with three sold and one available for a November 2021 delivery.
Speaking about the yacht, the owner said: "I’m very proud of Sanlorenzo work because, despite the great difficulties that have characterised this last period all over the world and especially in Italy, my yacht has been delivered on time without any delay."