All three models were built for Russian owners.
Italian superyacht builder Sanlorenzo has launched three new models in just one week — the 45m (148ft) Rêve d’Or, 40m (131ft) Scorpion and 38m (125ft) Santa Anna, all of which were built for Russian owners.
Scorpion was the first model to hit the water. The Francesco Paszkowski-designed yacht is the sixth unit in Sanlorenzo’s 40 Alloy series and is powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M93 engines for speeds of up to 28kt.
Also designed by Francesco Paszkowski was Santa Anna, the fourth unit in the Sanlorenzo SD122 series. Two CAT C32 Acert engines give the semi-displacement GRP vessel a top speed of 17kt.
Rêve d’Or, the third unit in the Sanlorenzo 46 Steel series, is a semi-displacement vessel with a bulbous steel hull and aluminium superstructure. It has a top speed of 17kt and an endurance of 4,000 nautical miles at 12kt.
Sanlorenzo says that it plans to launch another seven yachts prior to the summer cruising season