August 27, 2022

New Model: Sanlorenzo SL120 Asymmetric

Sanlorenzo continues the Asymmetric philosophy a concept as introduced by Chris Bangle in 2018 with the SL102, and now this finds its way to the new flagship of the SL line the 120 model.  An evolution and replacement to the SL118 delivered in eleven units, the SL120 Asymmetric uses the same hull as the previous SL flagship produced till 2020, with a total overhaul of space usage on the main deck.  Like the small 90 to 106 feet sister the new SL flagship features a semi-wide body to port side adding space in this area by about 30%, with the SL120 different to the smaller yachts by a full wide body on the forward part of the main deck, this giving more space to the owners stateroom located here.  Four VIP suites are located on the lower deck, while the forward part here features the crew lobby with a galley and four cabins.  The aft area is fully dedicated to a huge garage with water toys and the openable beach club with bulkheads which flip to the sides to double the bathing area.  For those looking into detail, there is also a redesign of the fore-peak of the main deck, which now features a C-shaped dinette and another large V-shaped sun-pad.  The Sanlorenzo SL120 Asymmetric hull one launched in the second half of 2021 is powered by the twin large MTU 2637hp engines good for 27 knots max, and a long range speed of ten knots allows to cover about 1900 nautical miles.  The Sanlorenzo 120 Asymmetric has already proved a success with fourteen hulls reported on order and delivery dates entering 2025.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 36.92 m (118.1ft)
Beam - 7.60 m
Draft - 2.05 m full load
Fuel Capacity - 19900 l
Water Capacity - 4200 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, six or eight crew in four cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 16V2000M96L 2637hp, Cat C32B 2400hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 27 knots max with MTU 2637hp, 25 knots with Cats 2400hp
Range - 486 nautical miles at max speed, 1900 nautical miles at ten knots 
Project - Bernardo Zuccon exterior, Martina Zuccon interior (hull #1), Chris Bangle concept

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