Featuring exterior design by Zuccon International Project, the SX112 is the flagship of the SX crossover line, which first launched in 2017 with the SX88.
Inside the First Sanlorenzo SX112
Consequently, the model “represents the consolidation” of the line and embodies “a new way of living on the sea”, the yard said.
This has seen the reduction of barriers to the outside and closer indoor-outdoor connection. This focal point is the stern, which has a spacious internal beach area that directly connects to the outside. Elsewhere, retractable terraces maximise the outside connection.
Speaking about the yacht, Bernardo Zuccon said: "This is a product for those who truly love the sea, which combines an innovative crossover type of living space with traditional layout balances, including the ‘must have’ features the market demands today, even on vessels of more compact size.”
Inside, the interior design has been penned in-house by Sanlorenzo’s art director Piero Lissoni, with the internal spaces being “in constant dialogue with their outdoor counterparts”. The main deck is an open space with large windows continuing the indoor outdoor conntection.
Key areas include the bow area of the main deck, which is dedicated to entertainment and relaxation. Guest accommodation meanwhile sits on the lower deck, comprising three large cabins; one owner and two VIPs. A lounge area can be converted into an extra cabin, either double or twin.
A kitchen connected to the crew area is also found on the lower deck. The yacht’s internal and external staircases are described as a “fundamental and characteristic feature of Lissoni’s design”.
The interior design combines “Japanese purity and Italian elegance” with the wooden walls in the main deck matched with bronze finish mirrors “to amplify the sense of space”. Soft, neutral colours create a “warm, domestic atmosphere”.
Lissoni described the yacht as "a floating villa".
"The SX112 is another experimental model, like every new one we work on with Sanlorenzo," he said.
"In this case we have relied on an ever more architectural approach: it is a floating building. We have connected the spaces exactly as in a building, through very technological openings that create an indoor-outdoor relationship."