BY APB Staff on 22 Apr 2021

The Italian builder has released images of the five-deck superyacht, which is under construction at the La Spezia shipyard

Sanlorenzo has released images of its first 57Steel superyacht, which is under construction at the Italian builder’s La Spezia shipyard. The five-deck, 56.7m superyacht is designed by Studio Zuccon International Project, and is an evolution of the 52Steel. The model is set to launch in 2022.

The new yacht boasts volumes double that of the 52Steel, making it possible to offer lavish amounts of indoor and outdoor space. An innovative layout alters the traditional balance on board: the wheelhouse area, normally forward of the upper deck, has been relocated to an additional bridge deck, where the owner’s cabin and private owner’s deck is located.

The new layout has also made it possible to create a spacious full-beam VIP cabin forward of the main deck that can be used as a second owner’s cabin.

“The versatility of use that distinguishes the spaces onboard is a key element of the 57Steel,” comments Bernardo Zuccon of Studio Zuccon International Project. “This makes it possible to satisfy the many requests of a diverse and multicultural market like that of superyachts.

“A model in which there is no ostentation of the brand and whose external lines are defined and extremely fluid, transparent and clear, in which the language of the shipyard shines through. We can define the 57 Steel as a skilful balancing act between content and container.”

Key features of the new yacht, which can be equipped with a hybrid diesel/electric engine system, include a glass-bottomed pool and float-in garage at the bow, as seen on the 52Steel.

Thanks to a strategic division of space, the layout also allows for up to seven guest cabins and a deck, below the lower deck, totally dedicated to services such as laundry, wardrobe and cold storage.

In Asia, Sanlorenzo is represented by Simpson Marine.


Technical Data: 57Steel

Length overall: 56.70 m
Width: 10.45 m
Gross Tonnage: 1,000GT
Maximum speed: 16.5 knots
Immersion at full load: 3.0 m
Motors: 2 X CAT 3512 C
Guest berths: 12 persons
Crew berths: 12 persons
Fuel tank capacity: 75,000 l