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Virtuosity, the second Sanlorenzo 57Steel
Virtuosity, the second Sanlorenzo 57Steel

Sanlorenzo has launched Virtuosity, the second unit the Italian builder’s 57Steel, a model that had its world premiere at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show in late September. A 56.7m superyacht with a volume of 1,021GT, Virtuosity features an exterior by Zuccon International Project and an interior by Piero Lissoni, assisted by the Sanlorenzo SY Style Centre.

The beach area can be enlarged to 150sqm when the side and aft platforms unfold, while features include a gym, customised hammam, sauna and wet bar.

Saloon on main deck
Saloon on main deck

The main deck starts aft with a custom glass-bottomed pool, while the sunbathing area leads into the main saloon through a cocktail transition area. The saloon has resin flooring, full-height windows and a double-sided sofa at its centre: on one side living space, on the other a living area that can be converted into dining.

The lobby features a sculptural, imposing central staircase that connects all the decks, while the ceiling above the staircase is made of transparent glass. Lissoni, Sanlorenzo’s Art Director, chose the interior furnishings, which are characterised by neutral tones and natural materials. The main deck has a full-beam cabin forward.

Owner’s suite on upper deck
Owner’s suite on upper deck

On the upper deck, dedicated to the owner, the open aft area has sun loungers and a dining area with a bespoke table by Lissoni featuring a marble top and sculptural carbon-fibre base. A customised, curved sliding door leads into the upped-deck saloon, which also has full-height windows, while the full-beam owner’s suite benefits from a private swimming pool in the bow.

On the bridge deck, the outdoor area offers living and dining areas, while the interior can function as a DJ area, with a table concealing the music equipment, or an intimate space for conversation. The lower deck has two VIP cabins and two guest cabins with single beds that can be converted into doubles.

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