Sanlorenzo enters “world of sport yachts” with SP110
The builder has kick-started its ‘smart performance’ series with a triple-waterjet open coupé.
Sanlorenzo launched its ‘smart performance’ series with the world premiere of the SP110, which was unveiled along with the SD90 among the builder’s 10 boats at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The two-deck 108-footer is Sanlorenzo’s first open coupé and marks its entry into the world of sport yachts, with a top speed of 40 knots when employing all three 2,000hp MAN V12 engines.
However, the yacht is also designed to be particularly efficient at various cruising speeds and uses a fractional propulsion system, so it can either use two or even just one of the engines. The boat is equipped with an energy recovery system that uses monocrystalline solar panels, while the extensive use of lightweight materials further improves consumption and performance.
Tilli Antonelli coordinated the design of the SP110, which features exterior lines by Studio Zuccon International Project, interior by Sanlorenzo’s in-house Art Director Piero Lissoni and a hull design by Marco Arnaboldi optimised for use with hydrojet propulsion.
The yacht features a huge aft platform that leads down to a lower-deck lounge and cabins, and up several steps to the main saloon in a distinctive atrium-style design.
The SD90 is new entry-level yacht for a semi-displacement series that includes the SD96 and SD118 and features an exterior by Zuccon, interior by Patricia Urquiola and hull design in collaboration with Philippe Briand.
The SD90 has a sub-24m hull length and an overall length of 27.4m, plus top speeds of 14 knots and 17 knots with optional MAN i6-800 or 1,150hp CAT C18 engines respectively. Sanlorenzo has been represented in Asia by Simpson Marine since 2015.