Sanlorenzo Americas launch SD122 "Alchemist Too"

Posted Date: January 21, 2013     By: Sanlorenzo Yachts

Sanlorenzo launches ALCHEMIST TOO: the seventh 38-meter SD122.

At the Viareggio Marina, Sanlorenzo celebrated the launch of Alchemist Too, a 38-meter
motoryacht in composite material with a semi-displacement hull and three decks.

Alchemist Too made her debut on the sea in the presence of her owner and his family, who came from Mexico for the occasion to celebrate the special event together with the Sanlorenzo owner and management, but also with the shipyard workers who contributed to her construction for about one year.

In line with its yacht tailoring tradition since 1958, Alchemist Too is exclusively made-to-measure according to the style and the requests of her owner, who chose for his Sanlorenzo a modern but comfortable and bright interior design.

The indoor flooring is finished in Canaletto chestnut, while the furnishing alternate whitened oak to white lacquered parts. The rest of the décor is by Minotti, a total look commissioned by the owner who is fond of the made-in-Italy interior design.

Precious marbles embellish Alchemist Too: for the bathrooms Crema Luna marble, while the kitchen is finished in Tabacco Brown marble.

Designed for the overseas market, Alchemist Too is equipped with 60 Hz electrical systems to meet the standards of North and Central America.

Regarding the outdoors, Alchemist Too shows two important changes compared with the traditional Sanlorenzo SD122 models: the gym on the upper deck with a private bathroom and an innovative extension stern bathing platform that slides out to create a terrace of 7.2ft (2.20m), ideal for outdoor furnishing and a direct contact with the sea. Alchemist Too can host 10 people onboard and 6 crew members, including the captain.

An unmistakable style and a sophisticated design place the Sanlorenzo motoryachts to the highest level of international production, where the Italian Shipyard, in over 50 years of history, has become the synonymous with excellence, in terms of refinements and care of details which led it to be ranked as the third shipyard in the world, according to the annual Global Order Book.