Sanlorenzo SX112 sold to Asia


The first unit of the SX flagship sold by Sanlorenzo Asia is scheduled to arrive in Hong Kong this summer.


The SX112 follows the SX88 and SX76


Sanlorenzo Asia, represented by Simpson Marine, has sold an SX112 to Hong Kong, with delivery scheduled for the summer. The SX112 is the flagship of Sanlorenzo’s crossover range and its world premiere was held at the Genoa International Boat Show last October.


Nick Stratton, Sanlorenzo Asia Sales Manager, said: “The SX range is an outstanding achievement that has become iconic in yacht design since the launch of the first model, the SX88.


The SX112 has an enormous beach area with fold-down sides


“Asia’s most discerning yacht buyers have been impressed by the extraordinary style of the new flagship SX112, which takes the crossover concept to the extreme with its new way of thinking. We are all looking forward to seeing the yacht arriving in Hong Kong where she will be a striking addition to the city’s superyacht fleet.”


Like the SX88 that debuted in 2017 and the SX76 that followed a year later, the SX112 features an exterior by Bernardo Zuccon of Studio Zuccon International Project and continues the range’s blend of classic flybridge motor yacht with explorer styling.


On the lower deck, the SX112 offers a spacious beach area of about 90 sqm, which expands through folding terraces. An internal zone with fitness area is connected to the outside by large sliding glass doors.


The saloon on the main deck


The main deck has a large aft deck leading into the saloon, while the dining room is in the bow. There are four staterooms on the lower deck along with crew accommodation.


The hull and superstructure will be finished in the iconic SX range silver metallic colour. A compact, aft-mounted innovative Volvo Penta IPS system with four IPS1350 pods provides a top speed over 20 knots.

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