First UK based Sanlorenzo SX88 arrives

Sanlorenzo Yachts UK & Ireland has announced the sale of the first Sanlorenzo SX88 to be based in the United Kingdom.

First launched in 2017, the 26.70m SX88 is a popular model for the Sanlorenzo shipyard, with more than 30 already sold.

Nick Hatfield, sales manager for Sanlorenzo UK, said: “The first UK based Sanlorenzo SX88 has now arrived here where she will undergo her pre-delivery inspection before being handed over to her new owners, ready for a summer of cruising the south coast of the UK from her home berth in Lymington.”

The SX88 offers an expansive saloon with large floor to ceiling windows affording panoramic views and minimising the division between the interior and exterior of the yacht. A feature unique to the SX88 is the removal of a helm station from the main deck, which allows an owner the space and flexibility to choose from a number of different layouts.

On the flybridge, the helm position can be entirely enclosed and air-conditioned with automatically operated side windows, leaving the vast main deck free from stern to bow – an exclusive loft which is suitable for navigating in all weather conditions.

The transom design on this 27-metre yacht allows for the storage of multiple water toys and a tender up to 4.5 metres. When the toys are launched using the integrated crane, the area converts into a spacious 30m2 beach club, complete with hydraulic swim platform.

Up to eight guests can be accommodated in the four-cabin lower deck layout, which is divided into an owner’s cabin, a forward VIP cabin and two twin guest cabins.

Powered by three Volvo IPS1050-800HP, the SX88 has a fast-cruising speed of 18-20 knots, with a maximum speed of 23 knots.

This new SX88 will be on display at the Southampton International Boat Show 10- 18 September 2021.


Please contact Sanlorenzo UK for further details via info@sanlorenzoyachts.co.uk or call 023 8045 0001.

For more information on Sanlorenzo UK and the Sanlorenzo range visit https://sanlorenzoyachts.co.uk

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