After previous delays on construction in relation to the global health crisis, Sanlorenzo's production facilities are back to normal as the yard kickstarted its summer launches with the first 62Steel superyacht, Lammouche, from its Superyacht Division.
Lammouche features an overall length of 61.5 metres, a max beam of 11.9 metres and gross tonnage of 1200 across five elegant decks.
Her design draws on the success of a concept embodied by the flagship 64Steel - Attila - who was launched last year and turned heads at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show.
With a top speed of up 16.5 knots, the 62Steel was designed with the aim of spending quality time with friends and family at her core. Features of this aim include her 90 square metre indoor dining room, swimming pool/sundeck at the stern of main deck, and an impressive and cosy beach club on lower deck. Here can be found 92 square metres of pure relaxation space, including a bar, fitness space and hammam, not to mention three folding terraces and utter connectivity to the sea throughout.
Lammouche features a sumptuously grand owner's cabin at 210 square metres, divided into a bedroom, study, his and hers bathroom and walk-in dressing room as well as a spacious private owner's deck.
Designed by the in-house technical and styling divisions of Sanlorenzo, Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini collaborated on Lammouche's stylish interior for an overall contemporary yet comfortable effect in true Italian style.
Streamlined, sleek and sophisticated, this yacht offers more than just a stunning exterior and tranquil layout. The 62Steel sets a new industry standard for metal superyachts, characterised by an exceptional level of comfort and livability which is difficult to achieve on a model of this size.
Lammouche is joined by two more units of the 62Steel under construction, scheduled for delivery in April 2021 and early 2023.