Simpson Marine is proud to announce that the stunning Sanlorenzo SL86 enjoyed a highly successful Malaysian premiere at a special event held last week at Admiral Marina Cove, Port Dickson. Hosted by Sanlorenzo Asia and Simpson Marine, the invitation-only event played host to a number of high-profile Malaysian clients who came from all cities in the state to see and experience this stunning yacht for themselves.
Honoured guests were treated to a dock side candlelit dinner with the Sanlorenzo team as the sun set behind the Sanlorenzo SL86, followed by an intimate onboard tour. Dinner was a classy and comfortable affair that showcased the beautiful Sanlorenzo SL86 moored up at the dock. Sanlorenzo Asia Sales Manager, Nick Stratton took the opportunity to address the guests and to officially unveil the SL86 at the event.
“This is the first time a new Sanlorenzo has been on display in Malaysia and the response was incredible,” says Nick Stratton, Sanlorenzo Asia Sales Manager. “The quality and style of the Sanlorenzo SL86 was clear to see, with guests enjoying private viewings with our specialist Sanlorenzo team.”
The SL86 is an excellent representation of Sanlorenzo’s popular SL line – the design combines the yard’s signature styling together with new innovations and high levels of customisation in one elegant package. Her many features include an interior glass floating staircase, which leads up to the large flybridge – this deck boasts a hydraulic hardtop for ample shade, a Boffi galley for alfresco cooking and free standing furniture by Roda giving the yacht the feel of a luxury villa.
“The success of the Sanlorenzo SL86 Malaysian Premiere only reinforces Sanlorenzo’s growing dominance in the Asia market, with a particularly high level of interest generated in Malaysia,” says Stratton. “The high level of bespoke craftsmanship that Sanlorenzo offers, allowing owners to design a yacht that is customised to their own exact taste, is exactly what the market demands and one of the many reasons that Sanlorenzo has been so well received in Malaysia.”