May 28, 2020
Sanlorenzo unveils its third news for 2020: the SX112 crossover yacht
Three new Sanlorenzo models make their seagoing debut this summer: SX112, 44Alloy and 62Steel. Bringing new concepts of livability on board.
A pioneer by definition, visionary and determined, Sanlorenzo once again looks to the horizon and beyond, shaping a new imaginary to give rise to original habitat solutions. This is the approach behind the company’s new models for 2020, making their seagoing debut this summer: the SX112 crossover yacht, presented in the first version with interior design by Piero Lissoni, and the 44Alloy and 62Steel superyachts.
Three new boats, different from each other but sharing the same focus on livability of indoor and outdoor spaces, and their relationship with the sea, taken to new heights through cutting-edge solutions capable of foreshadowing the requests of the market, thanks to ongoing research conducted by Sanlorenzo to always offer the highest quality of life on board. Because Sanlorenzo yachts are first of all places to experience, thrilling and unique, because they are built around the needs of their inhabitants.
With 34 meters of lenght, SX112 is the flagship of the innovative SX crossover line, the first in the world of yachting, launched in 2017 by Sanlorenzo and result of the synthesis between the classic motor yacht with flying bridge and the Explorer type. An “intelligent” proposal where style, flexibility and functional quality come together in a shared language.
SX112 represents the consolidation of a path that began with the SX88, first, and then the SX76, a challenge that continues and is enhanced by new contents, proposing a new way of living on the sea: the barriers on board are eliminated, and the boat opens to the outside, in a close relationship with the marine context.
The project design has again been assigned to the creativity of Bernardo Zuccon of Studio Zuccon International Project, for the external lines, and Piero Lissoni, art director of the company since 2018, for the interiors.
While Zuccon has concentrated on reinforcing the “family feeling” of the range, bringing out certain linguistic choices such as the balance of the volumes and the fluid forms, Lissoni has focused on the subdivision of the internal spaces, in constant dialogue with their outdoor counterparts.
In line with the concept developed for the other models, the main deck has been organized as an open space, an innovative solution introduced for the first time by Lissoni on the SX88, to maximize the relationship with outdoor spaces.
The focal point of the project is the new stern zone which undoubtedly represents the yacht’s most iconic area. Conceived as a spacious internal beach area, it is directly connected to the outside, allowing the yacht owner to enjoy these spaces in a novel way, also thanks to the retractable terraces, maximizing the indoor-outdoor connection. This choice brings new possibilities of design and use.