Press release, 12 June 2020 – The most intense period of the year for Sanlorenzo continues at a fast pace, on the heels of a series of new launches as the company completes many orders.
At the Sanlorenzo shipyard in La Spezia, home of the Superyacht division, the fourth 52Steel unit has just been handed over to its owner, on schedule: a metal yacht with a length of 52 meters.
Large internal volumes and comfortable outdoor spaces are combined in this exceptional yacht with 5 decks, under 500GT, which thanks to infinite customization options offers a truly unique on-board experience.
An innovative proposal that has met with acclaim from an international audience, thanks to advanced solutions that have garnered many important prizes and honors.
An evolution of the 46Steel, the 52Steel combines the refined elegance and timeless lines typical of Sanlorenzo yachts with truly farsighted technical innovations.
One of the revolutionary features of the 52Steel is the entire aft zone: on the main deck the swimming pool with a transparent base allows light to penetrate the space below, an exclusive beach area created by opening the hatches on three sides, which become beach platforms at water level. The same area can be quickly transformed as a floodable garage for the owner’s tender: the deck of the beach area is raised to make room for the bay which can contain tenders up to 8 meters in length.
The interiors are entirely made to measure, from the choice of the materials and finishes, including fine leathers, exceptional wood and marble, whose pure, precious allure reflect the sophisticated personality of the owner, to the furnishings that in keeping with the outfitting embody a classic, elegant style, supplied by selected companies that represent the excellence of Made in Italy, such as Angelo Cappellini, Baldi and Laudarte.
The lodgings include three guest cabins, two VIP cabins, a fitness area, a large owner’s apartment at the bow of the main deck, two large living areas on the main and upper decks, and ample outdoor lounges at the bow on the main, upper and sun decks.