Billionaire Boats: The launch of the first 44Alloy vessel (H1) from Italian shipbuilders Sanlorenzo was a notable event in May 2020. Just a few days before the widely anticipated reopening of the Sanlorenzo shipyards since the pandemic struck, the company launched their first 44Alloy fast-displacement model superyacht with a length of 44.5 meters.
Constructed entirely from aluminium, the innovative new yacht marked the return to operation at the companies facilities at La Spezia just as they are entering their most busy time of year with a full calendar of scheduled yacht launches.
The new 44Alloy model was built at the Sanlorenzo shipyard at La Spezia, Italy, and features a stunning interior designed by the Florentine architect Michele Bonan.
With five other billionaire boats in the Alloy range already pre-sold and currently under construction at their mega-yacht shipyard facilities, 2020 promises to be a good year for the Sanlorenzo brand.
The 44Alloy features four decks with GRT of 470, elegantly combined within a sleek, streamlined model that delivers high-performance with all the added advantages of a large luxury superyacht. What makes this particular vessel unique is the new conceptual design of the owners master cabin.
The master cabin offers a generous 145 square meters but is built over three levels incorporating both indoor and outdoor areas – something that has never been seen before with a yacht of this size.
Flexible interior and exterior space
Because of its very original layout, the 44Alloy takes what was offered on the prize-winning 40Alloy, famous for its folding platforms in the owner’s zone, and has upgraded it to include a large beach club that opens to the outdoors on three sides, creating a seamless connection to the sea, sky, and to the foredeck that offers a flexible open space that can be used in multiple ways to suit the owner’s needs and desires.
As the first in the new series of Alloy billionaire boats being built by Sanlorenzo, the H1 44Alloy yacht was already sold and began construction in late 2017. It will also be remembered as the first superyacht to be launched since the country’s lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Each model in the new Alloy range will see the innovative metal-forged hull design, made entirely from aluminium, keep step with the tailor-made interiors that can be personalized to their new owners taste, right down to the finer details of fabric choice for furnishings and overall colour scheme.
The new series of Alloy fast-displacement model superyachts range from 40 to 70 meters in length, and promise to take the range into the future with their range of exceptional innovations, including gull-wing doors on the bridge, generous interior space, and for delivering remarkable performance.
Project REDWOOD from Lurssen
The highly anticipated official launch of the luxury motor yacht REDWOOD brings another strong contender to the billionaire boats section. This very imposing 140m+ vessel has a striking design and the exterior was designed by the multi-award-winning Nuvolari Lenard.
Built by Lurssen, Germany, this massive mega yacht really will hold its own among other billionaire boats of similar prestige. With cabins that can comfortably hold 36 guests across its 20 luxurious staterooms, the vessel also has a number of remarkable features for a boat of its size.
The yacht has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and can accommodate the landing of two helicopters aboard. If you are looking for mega-yacht that was built for fun, the boat can store a range of tenders and comes with an amazing range of water toys to keep everyone entertained.
The yacht includes a large swimming pool with a part shelter so you can relax in the pool in the shade out of the direct sun.
Capable of long, global exploration, this is a yacht that you can rely on for its long-range cruising capabilities.
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