Forged in steel

Sanlorenzo launched its second 52Steel, a 52-metre-long metal superyacht, four units of which have already been sold so far.

27 March 2018


Sanlorenzo Superyacht, dedicated to the construction of metal models above 40 metres, has grown considerably over the past few years, with highly positive production volumes: 21 superyachts have in fact been built so far and 15 are currently under construction.

Its recent acquisition of a large, 50000+ square-metre production site, entirely dedicated to designing and building of superyachts with a unique design approach.

All new superyacht lines have unique, cutting-edge features: 40Alloy has introduced folding terraces for the first time; 460Exp has revolutionised the concept of ‘luxury superyacht’, thanks to a great navigation autonomy which makes it possible to explore and get to distant locations, which would be hard to reach by traditional yachts, plus it is equipped with many “toys” to fully enjoy the sailing experience, without giving up on design, elegance and comfort.

46Steel has instead presented, for the first time in superyachts of this size, a sea-level beach club, an area with a spa, which can be expanded thanks to its folding transom, creating a large relax area flowing into the sea, so to have some kind of additional deck as in larger superyachts.


The revolutionary elements of 52Steel include its entire stern section: the transparent pool on the main deck lets light through to the area under it, an exclusive beach area resulting from the opening of the doors on three sides, which turn into platforms at water’s edge. The same area easily turns into a floodable garage to accommodate the owner’s tender.

The floor of the beach area lifts up to make room for the compartment where tenders up to 8 metres can be stored.

The internal compartments also have three guest cabins, two V.I.P cabins, a gym, a large owner’s apartment on the main deck’s bow, two large salons on the main and upper deck, and wide outdoor living areas on the main deck’s bow, on the upper deck and on the sun deck.


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