Sanlorenzo continues to take the large yacht market by storm this year by launching their first 44Alloy. Wednesday 20th May saw the launch of the very first model of the Sanlorenzo 44Alloy, a fast-displacement superyacht measuring 44.5 metres in length and constructed entirely out of aluminium. This marks the first launch for the company run by Italian Marina Industry Association Former President Massimo Perotti, following the lockdown period and is a sign that things are indeed back on track at full throttle at the start of the warm season which for Sanlorenzo will be brimming with planned launches.
Conceived from a combined effort on behalf of the Sanlorenzo team and yacht designer Bernardo Zuccon, the 44Alloy is a four-deck 470 GRT with a form both streamline and yet capable of achieving the highest large superyacht standards. The interiors for the first example of the 44Alloy were designed by Florentine architect Michele Bonan.
Inside the 44Alloy stands out for her owner’s suite which expands over 45 square metres and on three levels, with a never before seen interior and exterior space distribution for a model this large. As for the exterior, the first 44Alloy features broad spaces with a large open-air beach club that is open to three sides, allowing for a complete connection with the sea, while the bow deck, with its large open area, offers a variety of interesting uses.
The first Sanlorenzo 44Alloy will soon be followed by a second model already under construction in La Spezia, where Sanlorenzo keeps its Superyacht headquarters while the orders portfolio for the shipyard currently sees another five 44Alloys already sold.