The SL94 is the latest superyacht of the 2011/2012 season from Sanlorenzo. Featuring unmistakable Sanlorenzo line, elegance, volume balance and proper ratio between solid body and openings, the Ameglia shipyard condensed in perfect harmony its new styling elements so successfully introduced in the multi-prized SL104.
The project was developed in line with the traditions and values of Sanlorenzo, based on the line stability of its yachts through time, becoming icons of the yachting industry.
The project was co-designed with Studio Francesco Paszkowski Design and Sanlorenzo’s in-house Technical Department. Distinctive elements of the exterior are the rectangular portholes and the wide windows at the main deck.
The main news on the SL94 is the fly bridge which is much roomier than in comparable sized yachts. The space is largely customisable with furniture and decoration and is tender-free, allowing a better and more comfortable use of the area. The glass hand rail, finished with a teak top, gives a panoramic view of surroundings.
The SL94 boasts a roomy garage allowing for a 15’ (4.50m) tender thanks to a clever moving system that allows for a big tender while maintaining the two side stairways from the swimming platform to the main deck. Sanlorenzo chose this solution to maximise the interior volumes without forwarding the engine room.
The interiors for the first SL94 have been designed by Studio Francesco Paszkowski Design. The owner has selected a modern style, enriched by a wide choice of materials. All the veneers are naturally and tri-dimensionally treated: the bulkheads are in whitened oak, while the wooden furniture is treated with a ‘fabric’ effect.
Power is generated by two 1,415 KW (1,890 HP) CAT C32 Acert, pushing SL94 up to a top speed of 27Kn and 25Kn cruising speed, or by two 1,630 KW (2,100 HP) MTU 16V 2000M92, for a top speed of 29Kn and 26Kn cruising speed.
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