Sanlorenzo to make Venice Boat Show debut


SYI Summary:

  • Sanlorezo will be at the Venice Boat Show for the first time.
  • The Italian shipyard will display three models from its fleet: The SX88 (pictured above), SX76, and SL78.
  • The Venice Boat Show will take place on May 28th to June 5th.


In a 2022 that sees Sanlorenzo as one of the main players on the Venetian cultural scene, the shipyard is taking part in the Venice Boat Show, scheduled from 28 May to 5 June at the Arsenale. Now in its third edition, it is one of the leading international trade fairs in the sector, showcasing the excellence of international yachting.

By now familiar with the Venetian context, given its participation as main sponsor of the Italian Pavilion at the Biennale Arte 2022, its presence at Palazzo Franchetti with ARENA by Piero Lissoni, at the Casa dei Tre Oci with “A point of view” by John Pawson, and its support of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection as Institutional Patron, Sanlorenzo takes part in the kermesse with some of the most significant models of its yacht fleet: SX88, SX76, and SL78.

The SX76 (pictured above)¬†and SX88 crossovers: Two boats designed for true lovers of the sea, in which the vast glass surfaces allow a constant dialogue between indoor and outdoor. A synthesis of the classic motoryacht with flying bridge and the explorer type, the crossover combines style and functionality in a common language that perfectly meets the desires of the most experienced owners, as the result of an ongoing dialogue between the company and its clients. The SX line is a project that responds to the needs of an ever-changing market, a line that fully represents Sanlorenzo’s tailoring skills, designed for true boating enthusiasts.

Among the main features of the SX88 and SX76 is the positioning of the wheelhouse on the flying bridge, freeing up the forward area of the saloon on the deck and allowing the main deck to be transformed into a unique open space enviornment. This availability of large open spaces within the boat, coupled with the vast glass surfaces, maximises indoor/outdoor communication.

Representing the planing range is the SL78 (pictured below), one of the company’s historical models. The SL78 is a boat that stands out for its elegant and well-proportioned lines as well as for the innovations introduced on board, including the lowering of the bulwark at saloon height that allows more light to enter through the large windows. The spaces have been redesigned to combine technological research, nautical excellence and Italian tradition.

Sanlorenzo’s debut at the Venice Boat Show adds a new stage, this time more closely linked to the nature of the shipyard, to the brand’s already packed calendar of international events. In a year that is proving to be particularly significant for its growth, Sanlorenzo continues its transversal path through yachting, design and art, always searching for new and creative ways of telling the story of itself and of living the sea and distinguishing itself in every sector thanks to a vision oriented towards the future, innovation and contamination between different artistic languages