Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has revealed the first SX100 model in a ceremony held on the eve of Cannes Yachting Festival.
The 30.5-metre model is the latest addition to the shipyard's crossover line and plugs the gap between the SX88 and the SX112. Much like the larger SX112, the SX100 features an exterior by Zuccon International Project and shares the same staple features such as cut-out bulwarks, a reverse windscreen, fold-down sea terraces and a crane integrated into the superstructure.
One key departure from its siblings, however, is the owner's cabin, which is positioned forward on the main deck. The remaining three guest cabins are located on the lower deck with further provision for a crew of five.
The interior has been handled by Piero Lissoni, who makes use of large mirrors in the common areas that enhance the feeling of space and reflect natural light, paired with light neutral shades. Two internal staircases are key to design of the SX100: the first of which is made of chromed metal and connects a lounge on the lower deck with the lounge on the main deck, while the second connects the main deck to the flybridge.
A 5.65-metre tender can be stored on the aft deck and the space becomes a water-side sun lounge with the tender launched.
Power comes from a quartet of Volvo D13 engines delivering a top speed of 23 knots and a range of 1600 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Sanlorenzo also used the event to discuss its other projects, including the in-build 50Steel and a new flagship of its semi-displacement line.