SANLORENZO’S CURRICULUM VITAE
1958 - Gianfranco Cecchi e Giuliano Pecchia found the yard along the Arno’s banks near Florence. 1972 - Giovanni Jannetti acquires the company and opens in Viareggio. 1985 - Cantieri Navali San Lorenzo S.P.A. launch the Sl57,their first model in GRP. 1995 - Sanlorenzo hits the superyacht sector with the launching of the first SL100. 1999 - Sanlorenzo relocates in Ameglia (La Spezia).the yard obtains UNI EN ISO 14001 certification guaranteeing full compliance to norms protecting the environment during construction. 2005 - Massimo Perotti takes over from Giovanni Janetti and becomes major shareholder of Cantieri Navali Sanlorenzo S.P.A. and the company name is changed to Sanlorenzo S.P.A. 2007 - Sanlorenzo returns to Viareggio and opens a second area dedicated to the production of new lines. The first SD92 is launched. It’s the first 40Alloy, winner of the Show Boats Design Award and of two World Superyacht Awards. 2008 - Sanlorenzo launches the first SD122 and wins the World Superyacht Award. 2009 - Launching of the first SL104, and wins the L’ADI Italian Innovation Award. 2010 – Completion of the first 46 Steel, the yard’s first displacing steel model. 2011 - Viene varato il primo SL94, che si aggiudica il premio Barca dell’anno. Sanlorenzo diventa il terzo cantiere al mondo nella produzione di yacht sopra i 24 metri. 2013 - Launching of the first SL94, which wins the Barca dell’anno Award. Sanlorenzo becomes the world’s third largest yard for the production of over 24 metre yachts. 2014 - Sanlorenzo upgrades to second place from third for the production of over 24 metre yachts. 2015 – 460Exp and L’SL86 yachts hit the water. 2016 – Official opening of premises dedicated to the production of metal superyachts in La Spezia. 2018 – Presentation of the first asymmetrical yacht in the course of the yard’s 66th anniversary celebration.