Onyx

    Launched in 2009, Onyx is the second in Sanlorenzo's 40-meter series. The silver-metallic finish, stealth profile, and proliferation of black windows certainly makes a fashion statement for the 131-foot performance yacht. Its interior is also thoroughly modern, with dark furniture contrasting with the light-wood floors and off-white fabrics. Onyx also has other appealing features like a balcony in the owner's stateroom, lifting gullwings instead of doors, and a battery of water toys. The five staterooms are all elegantly designed, with a modern Italian look. Given the design, Onyx could be an oceanfront condo, though it has the advantage of changing scenery as often as its owner wishes.

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