Sanlorenzo Yachts has pulled off quite a feat ahead of the Mediterranean cruising season, launching three motoryachts from its Italian shipyards in a single week.
The first new launch is the 78-foot Pioppi, which is for an Italian owner. There are a number of custom touches in the interior décor, including the use of flamed Canaletto walnut woodwork, furniture upholstered in varnished classic white tones, and bathroom marble that is described as “silk Georgette and tobacco brown.”
The second new launch from Sanlorenzo is the 93-foot B2, which is for a Russian owner. Like larger models from Sanlorenzo, B2 has a drop-down terrace in her main salon. She also has pickled-whitened oak woodwork and Georgette marble. B2 has been built to RINA Green Plus Platinum standards, with Sanlorenzo using eco-friendly materials and minimizing fuel-burn emissions during the construction process.
Completing Sanlorenzo’s triefecta is the 131-foot Liliya, also for a Russian owner and shown in the photograph at right. She is an aluminum design from the builder’s Viareggio yard, featuring gull-wing doors in the pilothouse, four drop-down terraces in the main salon and master cabin, and a pearl-white hull that sets her apart from the seven sisterships that have come before her. The interior aboard Liliya features Canaletto walnut and Anigre woodwork with pearlescent varnish, onyx stonework in colors described as “Coca Cola” and pink, and marble stonework in travertine silver and tobacco brown.
Learn more at www.sanlorenzoyacht.com.