New Boats




When a spec yacht is built for a yet-to-find future owner, the builder can—with the choice of interior design, number of staterooms, deck layout, and accoutrements— unintentionally exclude certain clients. It’s just as risky to stylize a yacht as a swanky South Beach bachelor pad as it is a kid-friendly rumpus room, but surprisingly, the Sanlorenzo 104⎯originally debuted at the 2011 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show but sold earlier this year⎯could simultaneously be both and so much more. With enough beds to accommodate kids and their friends on spring break and the Super Bowl-sized TV on the sundeck with enough seating for all the guys, the 104 is a chameleon of sorts, adapting easily to its owners, their guests and the environment.

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