The brief for SEVEN SINS was to create an exceptional luxury motor yacht that comprised the features of a much larger mega yacht in a 52 metre motor yacht.
According to its ecstatic owners, Sanlorenzo has indeed achieved this, and exceeded their expectations. SEVEN SINS is a black windowed beauty, and the combination of huge main and upper deck windows with glass side deck bulwarks allow unimpeded views of the seascape for her privileged charter guests.
Taking two years to build, SEVEN SINS is a five-deck superyacht whose external lines were designed in collaboration with Officina Italiana Design, bearing the hallmarks of "refined features, elegance and technical innovation".
One of the ground-breaking elements of this superlative charter yacht is the spectacular swimming pool on the main deck. Boasting a transparent floor, it allows natural light to filter into the Beach Club below. There is a counter-current option, simulating resistance, and a Jacuzzi part. With its two folding terraces, one on each side of the yacht, serving as platforms with direct access to the sea, this is a great space for daytime lounging, with generous sun pads and shaded seating.
The same area can be transformed into a garage with a controlled flooding system for the storage of a tender up to eight-metres in length. For charter guests wishing to maintain their fitness during their sojourn at sea, this area of the boat also houses a fully-equipped gym with a dedicated wellness area including a hammam, steam room and shower – rare on a vessel this size.
For accommodation, SEVEN SINS boasts a massive owner apartment in the bow on the main deck, with plenty of additional wardrobe space for extended charters, a large office and ensuite with bathtub. Then there are two VIP and three guest cabins on the lower deck, equating to ample room for extended family and friends. This superyacht also has two spacious saloons, one on the main deck and one on the upper deck and external living areas on the main, upper and sun deck.
The sundeck is the most popular spot on board SEVEN SINS. With furniture from Paola Lenti, including sun lounges seating around coffee tables, a dining table for 12, and a deluxe bar in silver-flecked granite that shimmers in the sun, this deck is pure hedonist delight! The foredeck too has usable leisure space, with coffee tables and sofas, providing another exterior space for guests.
Inside, the main saloon is light and welcoming, thanks to huge windows and glass bulwarks. There are two distinct seating areas: a more formal one with pale marble coffee tables, then, separated by low mirrored cabinetry, a relaxed space complete with a large mirror that is switched on to activate the TV.
The main dining section is located in the upper saloon. Forward of the main saloon is a white Carrara marble staircase that leads to the upper decks.
SEVEN SINS has crew quarters for nine, and the Captain's office can be converted to a sixth guest suite if required for larger charter groups.
SEVEN SINS has been adapted by her owners for the purpose of being capable of long distance / extended charters, with upgraded OLED televisions, plus powerful UniFi AP AC Pro WiFi and VSAT antennae, an extra steering position on the sundeck and larger fuel tanks, upgraded from the standard 55,000 to 68,000 litres. Two Caterpillar 3512C engines will give her a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 4,400 nautical miles when cruising at 11 knots.
Luxury Charter Group will be inspecting SEVEN SINS and the rest of the charter fleet at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, 27 to 30 September and would welcome the opportunity to show you on board while there. Just email [email protected] to make an appointment.
For further details of this impressive mega yacht please contact one of the specialist team at the Luxury Charter Group.