With manufacturing activities back up and running earlier this month, Sanlorenzo launched its first megayacht of the year. Hull number one of the 44 Alloy series, which replaces the 40 Alloy, is floating on her lines outside the shipyard.
The 146-footer (44.5-meter) is, as implied by the model name, an all-aluminum project. She features a fast-displacement hull design, too, from Zuccon International Project and the shipyard’s in-house engineering team. Buyers have a choice of either twin MTU 12V2000 M96L engines or twin MTU 16V2000 M96L engines. With the first propulsion package, you should anticipate a top speed of 20 knots. With the second, meanwhile, a 22-knot max speed is expected. Unfortunately, Sanlorenzo has not indicated which package hull number one has.
Regardless, in keeping with Italian builder tradition, the style and interior arrangement are big highlights. For instance, cutouts in the bulwarks benefit guests when relaxing in the saloon or enjoying dinner in the dining area. A total of 10 people in the owners’ party can stay aboard.
Speaking of which, the 470-gross-ton 44 Alloy should really catch clients’ attention due to the three-level master suite. however, should really catch clients’ attention. It encompasses an impressive 1,561 square feet (145 square meters) inside and outside. Typically this type of owners-only space happens with much larger megayachts.
The owners’ interior designer, Michele Bonan, is seeing the finishing touches come aboard the 44 Alloy. This include in the beach club, which opens on three sides. The 7’5”-draft (2.3-meter-draft) yacht should see delivery this summer.
Sanlorenzo anticipates launching yet another 44 Alloy in the upcoming weeks, too.
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