Published on : Monday, April 19, 2021
Sanlorenzo brings new concept of liveability in a sophisticated superyacht with an extreme cleanliness of form, a characteristic common to all the Sanlorenzo ranges, distinguished by its straight bow, which gives it an important and decisive aspect, the new 57Steel is an ambitious project, the result of intense typological experimentation carried out by the shipyard together with Studio Zuccon International Project, which has led to the creation of a 56.70 meter long yacht with 5 decks and a tonnage of 1000 GT.
Extraordinary volumes, doubled compared to the 52Steel, which have made it possible to offer indoor and outdoor spaces that are decidedly out of the ordinary for a model of this size and with unprecedented functional content. The main design challenge for the 57Steel was to find the perfect balance between volumes and proportions, which are a strong feature of this model. This was achieved by creating an innovative layout that alters the traditional balance on board: the wheelhouse area, normally forward of the upper deck, has been relocated to an additional deck – a real bridge deck, as on larger yachts – thus making it possible to use the upper deck from a different perspective.
This is where the owner’s cabin is located, a 54-square-metre space overlooking the very large Owners Deck, a private deck from which to enjoy an exclusive view over the infinite sea. The new layout has also made it possible to create a spacious full-beam VIP cabin forward of the main deck that can be used as a second owner’s cabin.
“The versatility of use that distinguishes the spaces on board is a key element of the 57Steel, which makes it possible to satisfy the many requests of a diverse and multicultural market like that of superyachts. A model in which there is no ostentation of the brand and whose external lines are defined and extremely fluid, transparent and clear, in which the language of the shipyard shines through. We can define the 57 Steel as a skilful balancing act between content and container.” Bernardo Zuccon