When Italian boatbuilder Sanlorenzo announced its SP110 towards the end of last year, it was obvious the design team had a winner on its hands with a sleekly designed hull, immaculate interior, and jet-powered propulsion system. This week, it’s been announced that the second SP110 yacht has been delivered to its new owners by Sanlorenzo, dubbed Steel It, and is set to tour the Mediterranean this summer.
Despite Sanlorenzo only announcing the launch of the vessel in August, the first example of the SP110 was delivered to the shipyard’s CEO Massimo Perotti before the end of the calendar year, called ALMAX. Steel It arrives with an exterior design by the team at Zuccon International Project, its hull the work of Marco Arnaboldi and the eight-guest, four-cabin interior from Piero Lissoni.
Delivered to repeat clients of Sanlorenzo, the SP110 Steel It is one of the most striking vessels in its 33-metre class and features a jet propulsion set-up with triple MAN V12 engines, translating to an impressive 6,000hp and a top speed of 40 knots. With a price of €12.5 million (AU$20.5 million), as much as we’d love to spot one on our morning commute, we’re unlikely to see an example in Sydney Harbour anytime soon.