, 2022-11-30 09:28:47,
Sanlorenzo Yachts last weekend laid the keel of what will eventually be its flagship. The Italian builder held a private ceremony with the owner to commemorate the build of its 72Steel at its shipyard in La Spezia. The company said its Superyacht Division has 22 steel and aluminum superyachts starting at 144 feet currently under construction, with another 45 metal-hulled superyachts sailing the world.
The boat’s traditional-looking exterior will have a design by Zuccon International Project and Francesco Paszkowski Design with a focus on “livability on board.”
The company didn’t relay too many details about the project, but the five-deck 236-footer will have an entire deck dedicated to the owner, and the boat will feature extensive glasswork to provide a strong connection between the interior and exterior. Its interior volume will be 1850 gross tonnes.
The yacht will also have a hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system that is part of the shipyard’s ongoing effort to limit the environmental impact of its vessels. Sanlorenzo said that the hybrid system will also reduce the amount of engine-room space needed, and that area will be given back for the use of owners and guests.
The announcement of the keel-laying follows a series of other…
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