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2023-12-13 11:50




by Christian LIaigre

by Christian LIaigre


Appreciating snugness on board the Alloy is not hard. Her specs speak for themselves: more than 44 meters in length, 9 in width and three decks, on which the San Lorenzo design team and Bernardo Zuccon of the homonymous studio have conceived and created a project that fully interprets the shipyard’s style: a pursuit of aesthetic excellence for her external lines and total comfort in the interiors. The first model of this successful series was launched in 2020, while the eleventh was recently sold to a German owner who will get her in 2025.



The owner’s cabin has been conceived as an apartment on three levels spread over the three decks. The owner can configure it according to his/her tastes and needs. 


Spaces on the main and upper decks feature suites, lobbies and a study or relaxation area with private swimming pool. A terrace overlooks the sea on the third level. Its impregnable privacy is guaranteed by ziggurat-style decks. On this Alloy, the French studio founded by Christian Liaigre collaborated on the interior decoration definition project. Their idea is for those on board to experience a deep feeling for the materials thanks to particularly processed wood and structures recalling the aesthetics of old ships, where structure perception was well defined. 


The basic principles of the Sanlorenzo philosophy for interior space distribution apply to Alloy, too: the best layout is defined according to the owner’s needs and wishes, from the number of cabins to their size. In this case, 10 guests can be accommodated on board. Alloy can host a crew of nine, ensuring a service that can’t be forsaken: even at sea. The two MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines’ almost 4,000 horsepower allows this fast displacement superyacht to reach a speed of 21 knots without affecting the pleasure of cruising. At 12 knots, Alloy has a range of 2,000 miles: on board, comfort under the banner of elegance cannot be disregarded.