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Sanlorenzo reveals SL106 Asymmetric

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The Italian builder has released photos and a video of the new SL106 Asymmetric, a model that succeeds the SL102A in the popular Asymmetric planing series.

 

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Sanlorenzo SL106 Asymmetric

 

Sanlorenzo has shared imagery and a video (see link below article) of the new SL106 Asymmetric, which is an evolution of the SL102A model that launched the Italian builder’s Asymmetric series of designs in 2018.

 

Inspired by an idea by car designer Chris Bangle, the SL102A was followed by the SL96A that debuted at Boot Dusseldorf in January 2020 then the SL90A and SL120A (Review, Issue 63) that premiered at last year’s Cannes Yachting Festival in September.

 

Sanlorenzo, SL106A, Asymmetric, SL102A, SL96A, SL90A, SL120A, Bernardo Zuccon, yacht, boat, Simpson Marine

The aft cockpit and flybridge are among outdoor areas

 

In late October, the SL106A was unveiled at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, while this February the model was also on display at the Miami International Boat Show, also in Florida.

Like the other Asymmetric models, the SL106A features exterior design by Zuccon International Project, the Italian studio also responsible for the interior of the new 32.3m Compared to the SL102A, the external lines have evolved and the SL106A features the introduction of one-way glass that merges with the hull.

 

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The fold-out terrace by the saloon

 

The SL106A maintains the characteristics seen on the SL96A and SL90A, with the main deck featuring only one side passageway on the starboard side, as well as a folding terrace, which expands the saloon’s connection to the sea and outdoors.

 

The model has a widebody design on the port side, where the saloon has a dining area by a full-height window overlooking the sea.

 

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Aft view of the saloon

 

The bow area offers a 215sqft space with integrated sun loungers and a convertible dinette, and can be reached through a dedicated access from the 320sqft owner’s cabin. The foredeck is connected to the fully customised flybridge by portside stairs.

 

The layout of the lower deck has been enhanced, with increased surface area in the four guest cabins and the engine room. The lower deck also includes a 130sqft sunbathing platform, while the aft garage can house a tender and a jet-ski.

 

Sanlorenzo, SL106A, Asymmetric, SL102A, SL96A, SL90A, SL120A, Bernardo Zuccon, yacht, boat, Simpson Marine

The foredeck can also be covered by a bimini

 

Bernardo Zuccon of Zuccon International Project said: “The SL106A is a further confirmation of the concept of asymmetry that has enabled us to redefine the onboard lifestyle. The places and flows of life on board have been redesigned using a different approach, based on the opportunity to experience the water from dynamic new perspectives that change continuously as you move around.

 

“This extension of the Asymmetric range is another confirmation of its credibility, not only from the viewpoint of design but also of commercial success, demonstrating how research into new lifestyle concepts has never been more relevant and is able to have a positive influence on the market.”

 

Owner’s cabin forward on the main deck

 

All Asymmetric models are part of the SL line of planing yachts by Sanlorenzo, the Italian builder represented in Asia by Simpson Marine as Sanlorenzo Asia.

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Sanlorenzo SL106 Asymmetric

Moulding spaces and reassessing configurations: Sanlorenzo SL106 Asymmetric rethinks the well-established layout of a yacht, allowing through this asymmetric configuration never tried before, to recover about 10 square meters of area to benefit the interior.

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