A closer look at the debut jet-powered, open sports superyacht from Sanlorenzo
The first jet-powered, open sports superyacht from Sanlorenzo, meet the SP110
Enjoying her debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival this September, the 33-meter SP110 open yacht is the first of Sanlorenzo's new SP range (Smart Performance). Featuring a revolutionary new design from the Italian yard that emphasizes sustainability and a new identity, the SP110 offers the best performance at the lowest fuel consumption. Combining performance, technological innovation and awareness of the environmental impact, the open coupé also marks Sanlorenzo's first foray into the sports yacht market.
A sleek, agile, yet responsive open vessel, her exterior design is the work of Bernardo Zuccon, while Pierro Lissoni designed her modern and light interior spaces. Capable of reaching a maximum speed of 40 knots, thanks to her fractional propulsion system consisting of triple MAN V12s jet driver engines and her lightweight carbon fiber structure, the SP110 is certainly a milestone vessel for the yard. Her hull, made by Marco Arnaboldi, is optimized for use with her hydro jet propulsion system. Next to her impressive speed, she also provides owners with luxurious living on the water while keeping the environment in mind with low consumption.
Embodying Sanlorenzo's founding principles of sustainability, comfort and exclusivity converge, she is also equipped with an energy recovery system that uses high-efficiency solar panels on the exterior of the wheelhouse and lithium batteries that ensures the yacht can operate hotellerie functions for a few hours without the use of generators. The overall design of her wheelhouse was thoroughly examined prior to the addition of the solar panels to ensure the largest usable surface area could be used without impairing the sporty aesthetics of the SP110 profile. Unlike many yachts in her class, the SP110 features a long, low, two-deck layout with an eight-meter beam and open stern area. One key feature of her design is her tender storage space. A Williams jet tender can be housed inside the wide, low transom aft with a concealed cantilever crane to transport it.
Sliding glass doors on the main deck aft open to a two-level passageway that provides a view of both the upper and lower decks from the platform. Her upper deck provides elevated views on both sides of the surroundings as laminated glass covers 80 percent of her exterior superstructure and hull. Encompassing a 50 square meter lounge and formal dining area, sliding doors on her starboard provide access to the forward sun lounge that features sun pads and an area for al-fresco dining. An enclosed galley and separate wheelhouse are located forward, with private crew access for more privacy. Her lower deck can be accessed aft and houses a sophisticated salon as well as guest accommodation for eight guests. Her owner's suite is located amidship, next to two VIP cabins and a configurable guest cabin, all ensuite. Crew accommodations for a crew of five are located forward. With a cruising speed of 33 knots, she is designed for elegant fun on the open waters.
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