Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has delivered its second 52Steel superyacht, a 52-metre (170-foot) steel-hulled displacement vessel which was launched at the company’s La Spezia facility in March.
Exterior styling comes courtesy of Officina Italiana Design, with interiors by Tiziana Vercellesi. The new 52Steel follows sister ship Seven Sins, which was launched in January 2018.
Accommodation aboard Sanlorenzo’s latest superyacht is for up to 12 guests across five cabins, including an owner’s cabin, a pair of double rooms and a pair of twin rooms with Pullman berths. Crew quarters can house up to nine staff.
Inside, the just-below-500GT project takes full advantage of the 9.35-metre beam. Key features include a sprawling private seating area on the foredeck and an eight-metre floating tender garage – which can be converted into a beach club when needed.
Below deck, the 52Steel benefits from dual 1,900hp MTU 12V4000M63 engines and a total fuel capacity of 55,000 litres. She boasts a top speed of 18 knots, with a transatlantic range of over 4,400 nautical miles when at a comfortable cruising pace of 11 knots. The superyacht’s maximum draught is 2.65 metres.
Sanlorenzo has had a busy 2018, launching its fourth 460EXP and first 500EXP explorer yachts and revealing details of crossover vessel SX72 and semi-planing superyacht SL102. The company is also working on the third and fourth hulls in the 52Steel series, as well as a new 64Steel flagship due for launching in 2019.
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