Sanlorenzo, Baglietto and Pininfarina for Princess Yachts cut through the sea in summer 2018 with extraordinary new models of hulls and interiors

Yachts with made-to-measure hulls meeting the owners’ demands; sartorially finished interiors expressing a refined luxury interpreted by the world’s most authoritative designers; sizes expressly studied to favor convivial spaces: all these contribute to making state of the art yachts one of the strengths of Italian nautical sector.

Main Salon disegnato da Antonio Citterio per lo yacht Sanlorenzo SD 112

Sanlorenzo, Baglietto, and even Pininfarina with British colossus Princess Yachts offer new experiences in luxury nautical transportation.

La cabina dell’armatore su progetto di Piero Lissoni per lo yacht SX88 Sanlorenzo

Sanlorenzo, one of the major manufacturers of yachts longer than 24 m, is the first sustainable shipyard in the industry. Dordoni Architetti, Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel Interiors, Piero Lissoni were asked to give yachts up to 80 m long ‘a feel of home’, making the interiors look wider eliminating the barriers and choosing furnishings produced by the most prestigious Italian companies.

Andiamo, mega yacht Baglietto

Great volumes and livability are the characteristics of the new 48 m long ‘boats’ by Baglietto, mega yachts with steel and aluminum displacement hulls. 350 sq m living surface including 140 sq m dedicated to conviviality in the open air, infinity pool with sundeck, interiors with floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen dedicated to haute cuisine… Long transatlantic voyages become pleasant boat trips.

Uno dei saloni del mega yacht Andiamo di Baglietto; in primo piano, poltrone Flexform

Francesco Paszkowski designed the hull and the exteriors of 48 m long Andiamo, while the interiors featuring custom-made sofas, precious materials like onyx and polished ebony, leather and steel spiral staircase, shower cabins and Turkish bath were designed by Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini.

Performance sports yacht R35 di Pininfarina per Princess

Characterized by a completely different size but not of less importance, the R35 has exteriors designed by Pininfarina, which focused on the aerodynamics and created pure, elegant lines, ideal for speed and high performances. With its usual attention to functionality, Pininfarina introduced air intakes in the bulwarks, which collect air for the engines and act as air-ejector systems that blow away tail vortex.