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News: SanLorenzo Ready To Launch 52 Steel "Seven Sins"

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  1. 52 Steel "Seven Sins" Ready To Launch At SanLorenzo
    The first unit in the 52 Steel series is out of the shed at SanLorenzo being prepared to be splashed in a few weeks. Besides being the first hull in the new series, she is also the new "Seven Sins". This yacht will also be the first yacht to be launched from new SanLorenzo facilities in La Spezia. The 52-meter Steel is the continued evolution of the general STEEL line that has been popular with the 46-meter variant. The yacht's Officina Italiana Design exterior is finished with a cream coloured hull and accented with black. Three internal decks will be available to the owner and guests along with an expansive sun deck. If she is going to be in the charter business much like the previous yacht of the same name, the decks will be purposefully oriented to facilitate this service.
  2. Seven Sins has many nice features design-wise. Glass bulwarks on the main deck and upper deck will open up the view towards the ocean from the main salon and upper salon. There is a beach club and gym on the aft lower deck as well as a large rectangular pool on the aft main deck. Seven Sins will have a top speed of 17-knots thanks to a pair of CAT 3512C marine diesels. Dial her back and she will easily have Trans Atlantic range above 4,000 nautical miles at a sedate 11-knots. Her sleeping arrangement is likely traditional with the owner's suite forward on the main deck and four cabins below on the lower deck for guests and rooms for 9 crew members. This will be a nice way to inaugurate the Cantieri San Marco yard in La Spezia with the impending launch of Seven Sins.

    For more information:

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

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