The Sanlorenzo brand appeared thanks to the Italian Giovanni Jannetti, who acquired the shipyard Cantieri Navali San Lorenzo in the early seventies of the last century. Before him, the company produced exclusively wooden vessels, but the new owner immediately began to create models of yachts with fiberglass hulls. The SL 57 was launched in 1985, and after 10 years, the 32-meter SL100 superyacht was designed. Later, in 2005, the shipyard passed into the hands of Massimo Perotti, a former top manager of the Azimut-Benetti network, who changed the company's policy and gave a new sound to the brand name.
The main feature of Sanlorenzo is high quality and exclusivity, which made it an icon of elegance in the world of shipbuilding. If small motor yachts are created strictly according to the parameters of the series, then superyachts are designed depending on the wishes of the future owner, up to changes in the hull design. Production of models is limited, as the shipyard puts the quality of its ships at the forefront. Therefore, the company has no dealers, and all service work is carried out only by representatives of the shipyard.
The Sanlorenzo lineup includes 18 yachts from 13 to 63 meters long, each of which bears a high brand name. Attracting to the creation of the vessel the famous designers Francesco Paszkowski, Piero Lissoni, the company conquered new steps on the way to the top. Sanlorenzo yachts over 24 meters long took the second position in the Global Order Book catalog in 2015 and are still on it.
Now Sanlorenzo produces superyachts and luxury yachts with hulls made of steel, aluminum and fiberglass, having achieved excellence in the design and layout of ships. The modern range of superyachts is represented by four main lines:
The brand name includes 3 families of ships with a fiberglass hull.
The brand is distinguished by exquisite Italian design and new engineering solutions. Its unique features include:
Sanlorenzo holds the brand high, and the brand name sounds synonymous with sophistication and perfection.