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News: SanLorenzo 64 Steel Superyacht

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  1. SanLorenzo 64 Steel Superyacht
    Italian yacht builder SanLorenzo has released images of its latest 'STEEL' model, the 64 STEEL. The first example of the new line is presently under construction and as can be seen below, the hull and superstructure were recently transported to their superyacht division facilities where the yacht is expected to be assembled next week. This yacht was sold in mid 2016 and should be ready for delivery in 2019.
  2. The SanLorenzo 64 STEEL is essentially a bigger variant to the 52 STEEL -the first of which was recently delivered as "Seven Sins"-. Cool features expected onboard the new 64 STEEL include a touch-and-go helipad on the bow, a pool that overlooks the transom on the aft main deck, plus there is a beach club on the aft lower deck below the pool. The tender garage moves forward towards the midships region.
  3. As the photos showcase, the hull has been built in steel, hence the model name 'STEEL' while the superstructure has been fashioned in aluminium. The yacht features full four internal decks with an open sundeck. Unlike the 52 STEEL and smaller variants of the family the 64 doesn't have a hardtop so the area will have to be shaded via customized sun awnings. The 64 STEEL should have an internal volume of around 1,500GT with an LOA of 64-meters and beam of 12.5-meters. Guest accommodation onboard is for 12 as well as 15 to 16 crew. The displacement yacht will be able to run at a top speed of 17-knots thanks to a pair of CAT 3516C diesels. The design of the 64 STEEL is by Officina Italiana Design.

    For more information:

    San Lorenzo SPA
    Via Salvadori, 58
    55049 Viareggio
    Italy
    www.sanlorenzoyacht.com

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