Our first look at the Sanlorenzo SL86.
An elegant, 86-foot Italian motoryacht that can hit 32 knots on the pins? Something tells me Sanlorenzo isn’t going to have to spend a lot of time finding takers on this one.
Our Boat Test of the Sanlorenzo SL96.
The SL96 from Sanlorenzo is the culmination of a lifetime of boating for one owner, and not surprisingly, she’s got every single thing he could possibly want.
Our Boat Test of the Sanlorenzo SL 118. Sanlorenzo’s fully custom SL118 is the company’s new flagship. And she’s letting boaters know that Sanlorenzo is here to stay.
New Boats Notebook - Feb 2014, update on the Sanlorenzo SL104
The boaters who keep it real seem to get the most out of their experiences. A fractional ownership program may offer options you didn’t know existed.
Boat test of the Sanlorenzo SL94
In a busy world overrun with e-mail, meetings, and the 24-hour news cycle, the Sanlorenzo SL94 is as quiet and tranquil as a Zen garden. (Oh, and it has one onboard. Really.)
Whether you’re looking to enjoy a short stay on the water or plan to cruise the seas for weeks, the newest build from Sanlorenzo offers contemporary accommodations and convenient amenities.
A modern take on a cruising yacht, the Sanlorenzo SL94 adds new styling elements and innovations to traditional design. Distinctive
I’m an unabashed, unapologetic traditionalist when it comes to marine design and aesthetics. So, right off the top, I’m going to admit that my appreciation for the classical good looks of Retro Blue, Sanlorenzo’s newest semidisplacement SD92, should probably be taken with a grain of salt (and a healthy dollop of open-mindedness) especially by those readers who