Sanlorenzo Holds Launching Ceremony for Another 40m Aluminium Superyacht (Italy)

Sanlorenzo Holds Launching Ceremony for Another 40m Aluminium Superyacht

Sanlorenzo celebrates the launch of another 40 meters aluminium superyacht The 7th 40Alloy 111, launched this week at Viareggio by Sanlorenzo in the Tuscan-based shipyard, is 133 ft in length for 25 ft of beam, with aluminium planing hull and superstructure.

40Alloy 111 represents the confirmation of the worldwide success of this superyacht, winner of most important International award as the “World Superyacht Award” (won for two consecutive years in London) and the “ShowBoats Design Award” in the USA, allowing the shipyard to export the excellence of Made in Italy in the world.

The Sanlorenzo 40Alloy is characterized by elements of absolute innovation which make it immediately recognizable, as the pilot-house gull-wing doors on the upper deck recalling the famous design of sport cars, or the exclusive bathing terraces that can be opened to the sea from the main saloon zone, or towards the bow where the master cabin and the gym are located.

As with every Sanlorenzo, the 40Alloy 111 is made to measure for his owner, a unique masterpiece realized according to their style and requirements, always different from each other and personalized with a maniacal research of the rarest and most precious materials: in the bathrooms exclusive Malyat limestone and for the furniture prestigious woods such as olive ash and burned oak.

An unmistakable style and a refined design place Sanlorenzo yachts to the highest level of international production, where the Italian Shipyard, with more than 50 years of history, has become synonymous with excellence in terms of refinements and care to details, which have led it to be racked the third shipyard in the world, according to the Global Order Book 2012.

Sanlorenzo shipyards were established in Viareggio in 1958 and up to 1985 the production consisted of semi-custom boats, totally wooden-made. In 1985, the first Sanlorenzo fibreglass flying bridge was born, the SL57. In 1999 the company moved to Ameglia into a natural park area (Sanlorenzo is certified “UNI EN ISO 14001” which guarantees the utmost respect for the environment). The lines of the Sanlorenzo fleet have always been extremely classic, never-aging.

In April 2005, Massimo Perotti took over from Giovanni Jannetti the shipyards that became Sanlorenzo Spa.

Today Sanlorenzo is based on two divisions: the Ameglia Division, for the production of fibreglass motor yachts ranging between 62 and 108 ft., and the Viareggio Division, for the production of navettas in composite material with semi-displacement hull from 92 to 122 ft. and super yachts in metal (aluminium and steel), from 40 to 50 metres and over.


Source: sanlorenzoamericas, May 10, 2012