A look on board Sanlorenzo's third 44Alloy superyacht

Hull number three of Sanlorenzo's 44Alloy series was built at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. With travel restrictions and quarantines creating barriers everywhere, the owner had to wait for the yacht to get to his part of the world before he could see it, says Guillaume Rolland, director of yacht design at Christian Liaigre, who was responsible for the yacht's interior design.

Due to the pandemic, very few people had a chance to see the Sanlorenzo 44Alloy. The Italian shipyard introduced the concept from the drawing board of Zuccon International Project in 2017. The studio designed the yacht's exterior and layout, and delivered the first two hulls in 2020 and 2021.

The first hull, H1, had a Zuccon-designed interior; hull two's interior was penned by German design practice Studio ASH; and the third has Liaigre's original interior - so original that it reportedly raised a few eyebrows at the shipyard before the finished product won everyone over. The owner of the third 44Alloy prefers to remain private, including disclosing the yacht's name, but, fortunately, he has allowed the designer and the shipyard to show off what they have created.

"The woodwork is out of this world," says chief architect Bernardo Zuccon, appreciatively. Zuccon does not like to use the word innovation. However, with the 44Alloy - the first he developed entirely for Sanlorenzo - he took a very different approach to the design and the life on board. "The 44Alloy was a very important step for my career because it was my first experience in exploring what I like to call the issue of how to create new living areas," he says.

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