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Sanlorenzo 52Steel superyacht Seven Sins


52Steel, the latest 52-metre Sanlorenzo superyacht, christened Seven Sins by her owner, had her media debut at the Yacht Club de Monaco.
Built in 2017 by the Italian shipyard and designed by Officina Italiana Design (Mauro Micheli), Seven Sins is its largest yacht to date and she boasts several impressive features.

One of the state-of-the-art technological features is the vessel’s flooding transom located at Seven Sins’ stern: the cover at the transom elevates on a hydraulic lift to reveal the tender garage, which is then flooded, allowing the tender to float out into the water.

Moreover, along both sides, bulkheads fold down to become open terraces, while the swim platform also raises to become a third terrace. Seven Sins features an innovative connection between the lower deck and the deck just above.

When the tender is launched, the garage’s ceiling descends in panels to convert into the beach club floor, so that the transparent bottom of the swimming pool above becomes the new ceiling. The beach club can also turn into a fully equipped gym.
Generous deck areas feature plenty of space to host a wide range of amenities, including an outdoor bar, Jacuzzi and sun-lounging and relaxing areas.

The interior has been designed with timeless style and beautiful furnishing to convey a comfortable and elegant atmosphere. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the main-deck saloon and in the smaller saloon on the deck above allow for plenty of natural light to flood both spaces.
Low cabinetry in the main saloon divides the open-plan area into discrete smaller areas, ensuring privacy without compromising the sense of spaciousness. The dining area has been located in the upper saloon rather than the main saloon in order to offer guests amazing ocean views while dining.

Seven Sins comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests across 6 rooms, including the master suite, which is located on the main deck and features a private office and full-beam bedroom. Four cabins, two VIP and two doubles, are located on the deck above while the sixth is on the bridge deck.
A 9 crew is also accommodated onboard to take care of the guests’ luxury yacht experience.

Seven Sins is built with Steel hull and Aluminium superstructure. This semi-custom full displacement yacht also features at anchor stabilisers which work at zero speed, increasing onboard comfort at anchor and on rough waters. The yacht is powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 M63 diesel engines, which allow for a cruising speed of 14 knots, a top speed of 17.5 knots and a range of 4400 nautical miles from her 14,530 fuel tanks.

Seven Sins will make its first public debut at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show.


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