When Bernardo Zuccon, an architect from Zuccon International Project, described the new Sanlorenzo SX76, he described a challenge they had to overcome in the new yacht’s design. “Our work consisted in making the most of the space and ensuring, while reducing, the size–a formal balance without losing the functionality,” Zuccon said. It looks like they did just that.
The SX76 was recently unveiled at the Cannes Yachting Festival, and it was announced that eight models of the series have already been sold. The 23.4-meter yacht is a part of the in-house SX line, which was created in collaboration with Luca Santella, Zuccon International Project, and Piero Lissoni.
The yacht features an amalgamation of a flybridge with an explorer. The stern is outfitted with a swimming platform that measures over 18 square meters. The yacht’s garage can house a four-meter tender and a Jet Ski, with a hidden crane to help with launching and recalling.
Lissoni designed the interior with space for eight guests in four double cabins and an owner’s suite. The bow also features VIP accommodations. There is also a crew cabin with access to the engine room. The main deck was left completely open, facilitating guests being able to move between areas—like the kitchen, dining, and living—with ease.
The yacht is powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 1050s, capable of a maximum speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots.