(05 July 2021) Sanlorenzo Asia, a division of Simpson Marine, has sold a new-build Sanlorenzo 52Steel superyacht to an undisclosed customer in South East Asia.
Spanning five decks, the design of the 52Steel offers features usually only available on much larger yachts of 65m+. One of those technological innovations and challenges is the aft section on the main deck which includes a large swimming pool with a fully transparent floor that allows natural light to filter into the beach club below. The pool is also equipped with a jacuzzi and counter-current swimming options.
The beach club features two folding terraces, one on each side of the yacht, that serve as platforms with direct access to the sea. The same beach club area becomes a tender garage with a controlled flooding system, for the storage of a tender up to eight metres in length. This part of the yacht also houses a fully equipped, customised gym for its owner.
The Sanlorenzo 52Steel offers accommodation for 12 guests in five suites, spread out over one master, two doubles and two twin cabins, with two additional Pullman berths.
The new 52Steel is due for completion in the summer of 2022 and will arrive in Asia soon afterwards. She will be joining the ever expanding Sanlorenzo fleet in the region including new models such as the 500EXP, The Alloy, SD126, SX112, and SL102 Asymmetric, to name but a few.
“This sale represents a significant milestone for all parties involved with the 52Steel being the largest Sanlorenzo sold in Asia to date,” said Nick Stratton, Sanlorenzo Asia Sales Manager. “This proves, once again, the growing importance of this region on the superyacht scene. With two Sanlorenzo superyachts already delivered to Asia this year and two more under construction, our team are hard at work and committed to delivering excellence to our trusting owners. New models, including the much talked about 44 X-SPACE, will only help to strengthen Sanlorenzo’s presence in Asia even further.”
The Sanlorenzo 52Steel is expected to cruise South East Asia from her base in Singapore.