September 22, 2017

New Model: Sanlorenzo SX88

The new Sanlorezo SX88 has been one of the most awaited projects for the year 2017.  The wait was due for many factors, important was the promotion Sanlorenzo created for the SX88, but another reason which got many people excited was seeing something completely new and out of the box design for the famous yet usually conservative Ligurian yacht and super yacht builder.  Truth be told, that since Massimo Perotti took over in 2005 we have seen Sanlorenzo go into other different segments see SD and Exp line, but this new SX88 is surely something very new even in respect to the other lines.  For the SX88 Sanlorenzo entrusted the help of many known designers; Officina Italiana exterior, Lou Codega for hull shape, and interiors by Piero Lissoni.  The SX88 will feature a helm only on the flybridge deck, and there is a choice for four or five guest cabins layout, with an owners stateroom located to midships or on the main deck option. Three different deck layouts are available from Sanlorenzo without moving any structure areas of the super yacht.  The helm station on the flybridge can be fully window closed and air-conditioned.  The stern area is a lowered spacious open space and can be used for tender stowage or a free beach area.  Power for the Sanlorenzo SX88 is from Volvo 800hp engines with IPS pod drives propulsion, this being another first for the Italian boat builder.  Commercial success has gone beyond expectations with the Sanlorenzo SX88 selling nine units before its official boat show debut in Cannes a week ago. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 27 m (88ft)
Beam - 7 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 
Fuel Capacity - 9500 l
Water Capacity - 2050 l
Accommodation - eight guest berths in four cabins, or ten guest berths in five cabins, 
Engines - 3 x Volvo D13 800hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS pod drives
Speed - 23 knots max, 20 knots cruise
Hull Shape - semi displacement 
Construction - fiberglass hull, carbon fibre super structure
Project - Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta Officina Italiana exterior, Lou Codega hull, Piero Lissoni interior for hull one

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