Browse our selection of some of the finest Sanlorenzo yachts for sale & charter on the market today.
For over 60 years, the Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has been crafting luxury motor yachts designed and made to measure, tailoring the owner’s specific requests and specifications. This perfect affiliation between advanced technology, craftsmanship and simply listening to customers needs results in total customer satisfaction and a positive yachting experience. Today, Sanlorenzo is involved in many artistic and cultural events and always have a major prescence at the world’s more prestigious yacht shows.
In 2021, Sanlorenzo launched the first 62S steel model, the 61.50m motor yacht Cloud 9. With interiors developed by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini she accommodates 12 guests in 6 staterooms. The 62 Steel’s elegant, sober and harmonious lines create a superyacht in metal recalling the classic and timeless Sanlorenzo design whilst combining the most innovative technical features that modern yachting has to offer.
In 2014, the shipyard launched the iconic Explorer line, showing its diversity in superyacht production. From the 460 Exp evolved the 500 Exp with its extended aft deck offering the ability to land a small helicopter and an increased toy carrying capacity. In 2017, the 52m steel fleet flagship SX88 was launched followed by the EXP500, SX72 and the SL102 Asymmetric in 2018. The following year, the 64 Steel sees the light of day, a new 64m flagship and in 2020 the first SX112 was launched.
Founded in 1958 by Gianfranco Cecchi and Giuliano Pecchia, the first shipyard near Florence opened. In 1972 there was a takeover and in 1985, the first fibreglass hull was launched and the Headquarters moved to Ameglia in the province of La Spezia in Liguria.
The highly experienced Massimo Perotti took the helm in 2005 and as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer has taken the shipyard through a period of extraordinary growth with net revenues increasing ten fold
Today, a second division is based in the Tuscan seaside town of Viareggio, while the superyacht production remains located in La Spezia shipyard.