The Sanlorenzo SP110 looks, well, out of proportion. But its split-level interior and jet-drives could be game-changers in the sport-yachts category.
Dom’s vintages will be paired with refined Japanese fare by Michelin-star chef Masa Takayama.
The new motoryachts and electric powerboats at this week’s Salone Nautico Venezia made a perfect complement to the floating city’s gondolas.
During this week’s Salone Nautico Venezia, Sanlorenzo unveiled a “smart performance” 110-footer and the SD90s—with the “s” for sustainability.
The only yacht builder to have an art division, Sanlorenzo has become a patron of many international events, including this year’s Biennial.
From Patricia Urquiola to Ken Fulk, these high-profile designers are nixing traditional yacht interiors for free flowing designs with luxe furnishings.
The list keeps growing with the impoundment of “Sailing Yacht A” and suspicion that “Scheherazade” might be connected to Vladimir Putin.
The zero-emissions 164-footer has been earmarked for the CEO, naturally.
The SD96 arrives in grand style to the owner’s Miami Beach home, with a fireboat in front spraying water jets and band playing on the dock.