Sanlorenzo’s SX112 is characterised by a high bow, elegant lines, and a slender profile which descends towards the stern, and is a synthesis of the classic motor yacht with a flybridge and explorer type.
“The SX crossover range is Sanlorenzo’s perfect example of profound sartorial aptitude. A line that was born from the constant dialogue between the company and its’ owners and that has led to the creation of a project never seen before in the yachting world, to meet the new needs of a constantly evolving market. A range of yachts that favours the use of the boat at sea, designed for true yachting enthusiasts,” said Massimo Perotti, Executive Chairman of Sanlorenzo
The focal point of the SX112 is the new stern area, that gives the project new propositions and living perspectives, the brainchild of the architect Luca Santella, who also came up with the concept for the innovative SX crossover line.
This new model offers a spacious beach area of about 90 square metres, which can be extended thanks to the fold-down terraces, consisting of an indoor space, with a gym area directly connected to the outside, through large sliding glass windows that allow owners to enjoy these spaces in a new way, maximising the connection between indoor and outdoor.
A large platform where large toys can be hosted and which allows direct contact with the sea.
The SX112’s design is characterised by the extensive use of glass. The innovative wheelhouse, which is located exclusively on the flybridge, can be fully closed and air-conditioned by electrically operating windows or opened to let the sea breeze in.
The main deck saloon is also enclosed by floor-to-ceiling windows that let in natural light from all sides, increasing the sense of space and allowing the view of the sea to be enjoyed at all times, thanks also to the openings in the bulwark at the centre of the boat.
An innovation on the SX112 is the position of the engine room, which for the first time has been located under the stern platform, making it possible to recover 40 square metres of space on board.
The design of the new crossover model was once again entrusted to the creativity of Bernardo Zuccon, of Studio Zuccon International Project, for the exterior lines and Piero Lissoni for the interiors of the first unit.