Sanlorenzo has launched 36.5m H1, built for a German owner. She is the first yacht in their SL118 line, and flagship of the Sanlorenzo fibreglass SL range. Previously their 33m SL108 line was the largest in the Sanlorenzo planing hull range.

Influenced by growing yacht sizes, Sanlorenzo decided to produce the new SL 118 flagship that encloses innovative solutions and large spaces, without altering the traditional family feeling that characterised Sanlorenzo designs.As well as being larger the model has a wide body, a superstructure that allows at the bow for a better use of space inside the lower deck, without any side passages, which are located on the deckhouse instead.



The yard say that the SL118 has the same innovative solutions as the last Sanlorenzo models (SL94 and SL104), such as the opening terraces at the bow, which corresponds to the owner’s area, and at mid-ships, which corresponds to the salon; the custom, metal grey painted pillars – are like the hard-top or roll-bar colour; the glass hand rail on the flybridge that offers a panoramic view without any obstacle in the way; the transom with the teak hand rail.



H1's interior was also designed to meet the requests of the owner, who chose a modern style and an innovative space concept: thanks to the insulated glass used in the lower deck bulkheads, the cabins are divided but the light spreads throughout the rooms giving the immediate perception of yacht large size. Acoustic insulation and privacy can be achieved through the curtains inside the glass. To ensure low power consumption much attention has been paid to the weight. All fibreglass productsconstructed using an infusion process. The interior cells cabin housing modules are supported by aluminium floating frames, also ensuring an excellent sound insulation and anti-vibration. H1 is also prepared for the installation of a biological treatment plant for all water on board. The system brings the boat into compliance with the most restrictive and recent legislation on environmental pollution.

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