"Frank and I are excited to have the opportunity to work with Sanlorenzo on a project of this magnitude," said Corts. "From the initial introduction to the Sanlorenzo team at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September, our client knew by the time we met again at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show that the Alloy was the yacht for his family."
The Alloy offers surprising spaces; the conceptual fulcrum of the project is the owner’s cabin, conceived as a private apartment of 147 square meters, consisting of three levels with indoor and outdoor areas with a private pool, in a unique space never seen before on a superyacht of this size. The yacht welcomes 10 guests in 5 staterooms, and is equipped for 9 crew members onboard.
The client was captivated by the SL brand's overall aesthetic and styling, and Sanlorenzo stood out as one of the few Italian builders offering a yacht within their desired size range.
"Our client is eager to be involved in the build process; there are plans to visit the Sanlorenzo shipyard in the coming months to visit with the project managers and designers that will help bring our client's vision to life," commented Camarda.
This vessel is currently under construction at the Sanlorenzo shipyard in La Spezia, Italy, the aluminum displacement hull is in progress. The completion of this yacht is expected to complete in 2026, marking the culmination of a project that exemplifies the pinnacle of luxury and innovation in the yachting world.
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