Italian yard Sanlorenzo has unveiled its entry-level asymmetric model, the Sl90A, at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
The 27.6 metre model joins the shipyard's lineup of asymmetric models comprising the SL102A, SL96A and the SL120A, the latter of which was revealed by the yard in December 2020.
The model features exterior design penned by Bernardo Zuccon and is based on an original idea by automotive designer Chris Bangle. Sanlorenzo's asymmetric line began with the SL102, and has now resulted in the SL90A and SL120A.
'This extension of the asymmetric range is today also a further affirmation of credibility not only from a design point of view, but also from a commercial point of view, demonstrating how research into lifestyle concepts is as topical asever and able to positively influence the rationale of the market,” said Zuccon.
The model’s large main saloon sports full-height lateral windows, which on the port side directly face the sea, with the owner's suite positioned forward on the main deck. Four cabins on the lower deck complete the guest accommodation.
There is direct access from the owner’s cabin to a private bow area, which leads on to the flybridge and sundeck integrated into the full 6.5 metre beam superstructure.
Powered by twin MAN V12 diesel engines, the yacht is capable of a top speed of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.
According to BOAT Pro data, there are three SL90A models currently under construction.