A very modern look and feel, utilising a light and dark colourway which feels like a modern New York penthouse but with a subtle Japanese twist

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Seven not so Deadly Sins


With the launch of their first 52 Steel, Italian yacht builder Sanlorenzo is set on a course to seduce everyone who steps on board


Built for the respected Belgian serial yacht owner, Hugo Verlinden,Seven Sins was delivered earlier in 2017 by Sanlorenzo Superyacht Division, one of Italy’s most prolific yacht builders. 


Fashioned by Mauro Micheli and his team at Officina Italiana Design, Seven Sins visually manages to portray the lines of a much larger supertyacht, while coming under the magic 500gt threshold.


Solidifying Seven Sins’ stunning design is the rear deck. This large outdoor entertainment area features a glass bottom pool, surrounded by sunpads, with a sofa and tables forward. 


Down below, the glass bottom of the swimming pool now turns the beach club into an atrium, with the refracted light beaming down on the loose furniture and teak ‘floor’.  All is not as it seems though, as the Sanlorenzo Superyacht Technical Department has incorporated four hydraulic struts into each corner, which lift up the teak floor allowing the beach club to be flooded and turned into a float-in garage for the tender. [To be continued...]