Sanlorenzo SX76

Sanlorenzo SX76

Sanlorenzo isn’t the type of company that changes up its range very often, preferring to focus on building highly customizable, very stylish yachts that stand the test of time, so it’s interesting that the Italian builder is exhibiting two models that are less than 110 feet for the first time in Fort Lauderdale. The SX76 (76’ 7” LOA, 21’ 8” beam), which made its U.S. debut in Miami last winter, is a crossover—a mix of classic flybridge yacht and explorer—incorporating high freeboard forward to take on the seas, an enclosed upper deck hosting the bridge, a spacious open-plan main deck, and toy-hauling capabilities aft. The SL102 Asymmetric (102’ LOA, 23’ 4” beam), which debuted in Palm Beach in March, shows some real out-of-the-box space planning that improves interior functionality.

SX76: 76′ 7″ LOA, 21′ 8″ beam

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