Sanlorenzo Spa Compete for the Power Yacht 25-40 Metres Award in the IY&A Awards 2015

Sanlorenzo Spa has been successfully shortlisted in the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2015 with Sanlorenzo SL118 “H1” in the Power Yacht 25-40 Metres category.  The exterior and interior were designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design with the interior designed in collaboration with architect Margherita Casprini. This 36.5m yacht demonstrates the purest Sanlorenzo style, enhanced and strengthened with cutting edge features and designed according to her owner’s requests and needs.


In the outlook of an extended renovation of the planing hull range, Sanlorenzo found it necessary, also for customer demand, to create a new and larger flagship, with more spaces and more advanced solutions. The yacht is a semi-wide body in the front part, but with the volumes exceptionally well integrated in the profile of the boat.



Sanlorenzo adopted many sophisticated technical innovations, such as the lifting salon windows – an exclusively automotive concept so far – that allow a natural interior/exterior relation to better enjoy the seascape from a salon that becomes a terrace. The helm station on the half deck, is a concentrate of ergonomic advanced solutions with the four individually standing control system screens, and the navigator corner as on a commercial aircraft.


A wide use of double glazing as bulkheads on the lower deck separates the guest cabins leaving the light flowing through the space and allowing a total view of the full beam. For the interior decòr, the best Made in Italy products were chosen, with brands like Edra, Minotti, Boffi and Artemide.


A skilful lighting system hidden over the canvas roof can softly spread the light from the spots that remain invisible when not in use during the day. The stair case connecting the main deck to the flying bridge is in glass and the stairs have suspended steps. The hull uses the latest resin-infusion technology with a light, hybrid carbon/composite superstructure, so its performance and handling are efficient.