Design preview of Sanlorenzo’s latest planing flybridge model...

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Design preview of Sanlorenzo’s latest planing flybridge model...

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Built at the Italian yard’s main headquarters facility in Ameglia, the first SL100 is scheduled to premiere at the 2009 Festival International de la Plaisance de Cannes in mid-September.

JULY 2009

Styled to reflect the conservative lines of Sanlorenzo’s existing SL range of planing flybridge models, this 30m (ft) was styled by Francesco Paskowski — who has worked with the company extensively on its semi-displacement ‘SD’ and the bigger metal projects, all of which incidentally are built in Viareggio — but the naval architecture was handled by the yard's in-house team.
The standard SL100 is pushed along by twin 2400hp (1,790kW) MTUs at up to 28 knots. The hardtop is an option.
Dordoni Architetti’s Rudolfo Dordoni was responsible for the interior of the first one, but note Sanlorenzo is a semi-custom, so in theory at least anything is possible when it comes to the interior. Hull No1 includes decoration from all manner of high-end names – Minotti and Cassina (furniture), Boffi (galley/wetbar), Viabizzuno (lighting), Rapsel (taps), Antonio Lupi (ensuite accessories), Vitra (chaiselongue) and Paola Lenti (exterior furniture).
The SL100 anchoring system is interesting. The anchors are concealed on each side of the bow by hydraulic doors; video cameras are said to provide the crew with all the views they need.

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