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72' Sanlorenzo
"Grand Central"
St. Petersburg, Florida
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For Sale

Galati Yacht Sales
Sales Rep: Pete Kostuk
Telephone: 1-239-777-2384

Zero Speed Stabilization

Upgraded Electronics

Countless Interior Upgrades

Second Generator

Low hours on MAN V12 1400hp Engines w/ ZF Joystick Control

This 2012 Sanlorenzo SL72 is the cleanest example of a flybridge motor yacht in her class currently available on the brokerage market. This yacht has been meticulously kept by her experienced owner and she shows beautifully inside and out. Equipped with all of the right features and boasting a spacious 4-stateroom layout interior designed by renowned yacht interior designer Marty Lowe this yacht is turnkey ready for her next owner to enjoy. Built in Sanlorenzo's Ameglia shipyard in Italy the Sanlorenzo build quality is obvious throughout this yacht, and she has the performance and stunning good looks to match. 

Interior and Decor
  • Washed teak interior bulkheads and furniture
  • Four stateroom layout with crew quarters aft
  • Hardwood flooring throughout the main deck and lower corridor in lieu of standard carpeting
  • Custom glass front cabinet doors with mess finish and stainless steel on select furniture
  • Electric tempered glass sliding panel separating galley and dining areas
  • Electric high/low dining table
  • Slip covers for salon sofa
  • Bed linens and bath towels throughout with upgraded VIP and master stateroom bedding to include duvets Throw pillow package
  • Salon area rug
  • Rain shower heads in master and guest showers in addition to standard diverter system
  • TV’s behind mirror in master and VIP staterooms
  • China, cutlery and glassware serving for eight with fully integrated storage
  • Artwork, lamps and decorative accessories
  • Expanded portholes in the master stateroom (3) per side - 80 cm height
Interior Lighting Upgrades
  • Interior LED lighting
  • LED indirect lighting (additional above standard) around berth surrounds, side tables, head vanity furniture and along curtains
  • Salon bulkhead art lights - two (2) Artemide
Air Conditioning and Ventilation
  • Condaria water-circulation air conditioning system. Capacity approximately 120,000 BTU.
  • One or more fan coils for inside air treatment in the following spaces: owner’s cabin, VIP cabin, wheelhouse, aft salon, dining area, guests’ cabins, crew accommodation, galley, engine room.
Salon Entertainment
  • Samsung 40" LED TV on a lift
  • Denon US A/V Receiver
  • DirecTV US SAT Receiver
  • Five (5) speaker surround sound with subwoofer
  • Apple Mac Mini, Apple TV, Apple airport extreme and iPad with docking station
Upgraded Appliances
  • Washing Machine - Miele W3003
  • Dryer - Miele T8005
  • Icemaker - Buffet - Subzero UC-15U
  • Bar refrigerator - Salon - Custom Refrigeration
  • Oven - Miele H4082BM Speed Oven with Convection Cooktop - Miele KM5753 Induction
  • Sink disposal - Insinkerator
  • Ventilation Fan - Miele DA3160
  • Dishwasher - Miele G1262SCVi
  • Refrigerator - Buffet - Subzero 700BR
  • Refrigerator/Freezer- Galley - (2) Subzero 700BC Refrigerator custom built-in unit (flybridge)
  • Icemaker - Uline SS1095FD (flybridge)
  • BBQ - Miele CS1322BG (flybridge)
Master Stateroom Entertainment
  • Samsung 37" LED TV
  • Yamaha AV Receiver
  • DirecTV US SAT Receiver
  • Five (5) speaker surround sound with subwoofer
  • Apple TV and iPod Touch with docking station
VIP Guest Cabin Entertainment
  • Samsung 26" LED TV
  • Yamaha AV Receiver
  • DirecTV US SAT Receiver
  • Apple TV and iPod Touch with docking station
Twin Guest Cabins Entertainment
  • (each) Samsung 22" LED TV
  • (each) Yamaha AV Receiver
  • (each) DirecTV US SAT Receiver
  • (each) Apple TV and iPod Touch with docking station
Crew Quarters Entertainment
  • (2) Samsung 22" LED TV
  • (2) DirecTV US SAT receiver
Flybridge Entertainment
  • Samsung 32" LED TV
  • DirecTV US SAT receiver
  • Apple TV and iPod Touch with docking station
  • Additional seating and integrated sunpad with removable backrests on flybridge
  • Electric Bimini top
  • Custom enlarged radar arch/roll bar for access to aft bridge area and aft flybridge rails
  • Custom flybridge bar housing icemaker, refrigerator, BBQ and TV
  • Area rug & side tables on flybridge
  • KVH Satellite TV with second “dummy” dome
  • Raymarine Gold Package Electronics
  • (2) Raymarine E120W MFD’s (lower helm)
  • (1) Raymarine E120W MFD (flybridge)
  • (2) Raymarine ST60+ Rudder Indicator (1 each lower helm and flybridge)
  • (2) Raymarine ST70 Autopilot (1 each lower helm and flybridge)
  • Raymarine DSM300G Sounder Module
  • Airmar B258 1kW Transducer
  • (2) Raymarine Ray218 VHF (1 each lower helm and flybridge)
  • Raymarine 4’ 4kW HD Open Array Radar
Hull and Superstructure
  • Hull & superstructure made of composite material
  • The Yacht is constructed by using vinylester resins (for the first three layers of the hull’s laminate) and isophthalic polyesters for the plating, structures and GRP ancillary parts
  • Neopentylic type of gelcoat is used; depending on their use, reinforcement fibers are mats, multiaxial and unidirectional glass rovings.
  • The PVC used as core in the sandwich is closed cell type
  • Shaping and scantling of the structure according to the state-of-the-art design and construction of GRP yachts in order to ensure maximum structural continuity and the best vibration and noise reduction
  • Primary structure of longitudinal type with transverse bulkheads and keelsons as the main bearing structures
  • Partial double bottom used as structural storage tanks for fresh water and grey & black waters
  • AISI 316L stainless steel fairleads and anchor pockets. AISI 316L stainless steel rails and handrails
  • Portholes with stainless steel frame and tempered superstructure side doors in stainless steel and aluminum
  • Sliding salon door aft of main deck in tempered glass with stainless steel frame
  • Stainless steel solid rubbing strake from bow aft 1/3 length
  • Custom aft deck table with diagonal slide mechanism
  • Teak Deck
  • Outside deck lined with top quality teak staves, 50 mm wide, 12 mm thick
  • Oval-shaped stainless steel handrail on the side gunwale
Mooring Equipment
  • High-efficiency anchors in zinc-plated steel (weight 198 lbs)
  • Anchor chain 100 mt length, 12 mm diameter
  • Electric 2,500 W, 24 V reversible anchor windlass, locally and remotely controlled
  • Chain washing spigot incorporated with the fire system pump
  • Stainless steel plate recessed on the hull for housing the anchor
  • Two (2) electric 1,200 W, 24 V capstans with foot control
  • Bollards and AISI 316 stainless steel fairleads on each side
  • Self draining chain locker with access from the crew accommodation
Boarding Equipment
  • Electro-hydraulic gangway, with teak grating and frame in stainless steel, retractable inside the highest step of the swim platform, port side
  • Swimming platform equipped with manually-operated stainless steel and teak swimming ladder
  • Gates for side boarding
  • Marquipt boarding ladder storage cabinet on the aft deck
  • Custom hydraulic tender lift incorporated into a larger swim platform and the deletion of the standard davit
  • 2007 14’ Novurania Tender
  • Yamaha 60hp 4-Stroke Engine with 200 hours as of April 17, 2017
  • Jensen Stereo
  • Raymarine Depth Gauge
Engine Room
  • Two (2) diesel engines MAN V12 1400 HP w/ 201 hours as of April 17, 2017 coupled by means of reduction gears ZF BW 2000V to five-blade propellers
  • ZF joy stick maneuvering steering system
  • Propeller shafts in Aquamet 17 or equivalent with five blade propellers in NiBrAl alloy
  • “Tides” type mechanical seals or equivalent on the shaft tube heads. Shaft struts and pipes in bronze
  • Ventilation in engine room is by a pair of 24 V electric fans and two 24 V electric exhausters, each having a capacity suitable to ensure an optimal air circulation
  • Air Mist Eliminator grids are used to avoid water penetration.
  • Soundproofed and heat insulated engine room
  • The thermal insulation of the superstructure and bulwarks is made by means of a layer of fiberglass covered by an aluminum sheet
  • The main engine exhaust ducts are insulated by using a “CR” Cofeme system, featuring high performance for its compact size
  • Underwater discharge through a sound-dampening structural GRP pipe

Knots     RPM     GPH     Range

8             900        6

10           1160      11

11           1170      12         1,191

14           1900      50

19           2100      64         385

21          2200       71

*performance data subject to variation due to load, sea conditions, etc. and is provided as an estimate only




  • CMC Marine electric zero speed fin stabilizer system


  • Rudders made of AISI 316L steel, suitably sized for optimal maneuvering characteristics, controlled by an electro-hydraulic unit. Rudder case and arms in bronze; shaft in AQ 17 or equivalent. Steel connection bar


  • Two (2) hydraulic flaps are arranged on the transom. Built of stainless steel, with a dedicated electro-hydraulic system.
  • Middle fixed intruder system on the transom

Bow Thruster

  • 24 V electrical bow thruster with controls at the wheelhouse and flybridge


  • Electronically controlled from wheelhouse and flybridge

Ship’s Monitoring

  • Touch screen display in the wheelhouse control panel for controlling and monitoring the main Yacht’s systems and alarms
Electrical System


  • One (1) generator, 23 kW, 220/110 VAC, 60 Hz, mono-phase, mounted on vibration- proof supports and fitted with hour-meter. Starboard side, 236 hours
  • Second Generator - Kohler 23kw, Port side, 240 hours
  • Gas exhaust system consisting of a GRP sound-damping piping fitted along the hull side, with outlet grids along the hull sides
  • Supply System
  • Two (2) 220 V, 50 A, 60 Hz single-phase shore connections located on the transom.
  • Additional shore power inlet located in the bow area with option for aft or bow plug in for the second shore power line
  • 220/110 VAC, 60 Hz for accommodations and users spaces main lighting, 24 V, with grounded negative conductor for lighting small power circuits, signaling, emergency lighting and electronic equipment.
  • The electric cables are grouped together in closed self-extinguishing PVC or metal raceways. The cables are made of fire retardant material of a suitable gauge for the maximum permitted current.

Electric Panels & Batteries

  • The yacht’s main switchboard is located in the afterpeak.
  • Subpanel units are distributed in strategic areas of the vessel easily recognizable and accessible.
  • The 24 V DC service lines, coming from the main board, are protected by magneto- thermal breakers and fuses.
  • Gel battery sets for main engine and generator start-up, accommodation and user spaces main lighting, signaling, small power, engine electronics, services and emergency systems. 

Lighting System

  • Halogen-type inside lighting system with spot-type lighting fixtures. Outside lighting system with waterproof fittings.
  • Two (2) high-capacity high-range searchlights.
  • Four (4) Ocean LED underwater lights (white)
Fluids and Fluid Systems

Fuel System

  • The three contiguous fuel tanks are built with an aluminum inner case and form the engine room forward bulkhead. They are fitted with all the required vents and connections. 1300 gallon total capacity
  • The tank is fitted with steel vent pipes, electric level detector and visual level indicator. The level is indicated on both wheelhouse control panel and main.
  • Engine and generator fuel filters, duplex type (Racor or equivalent) with water-in- diesel alarm sensor.
  • Pipes in steel, copper or rubber of fireproof, approved type.


  • Main oil change system

Engine Cooling

  • There are two main seawater intakes, fitted with bronze valve and filter, dedicated to the main engines (one each).
  • The main engine cooling water is partly used for cooling the gas exhaust risers and partly discharged directly overboard.
  • The firefighting electric pump, the air conditioning seawater pump, the watermaker (optional) and the generator cooling system will take suction from dedicated sea intakes.
  • The seawater fire fighting system consists of a 24 V electric pump in engine room, connected to two hoses accessible from the upper deck. The pump is controlled from wheelhouse, flybridge and engine room.
  • Piping in CuNi and stainless steel.

Bilge, Fire & Chain Washing Systems

  • Centralized system with air intakes in each watertight compartment connected to the main manifold in engine room.
  • 24 V electrically-driven pump, maximum flow rate 33 gpm, with control near the pump.
  • Manual emergency pump.
  • 24 V automatic electrically-driven pumps for bilge service located in every watertight compartment.
  • High level detectors in each watertight compartment with alarm in the wheelhouse. A quick-connection bilge suction will be connected to the main manifold.
  • Two (2) bilge suction in engine room connected to the main engine sea intakes. CuNi piping. 

Fresh Water

  • The system can be fed either from the structural tank or from the transom shore connection.
  • Water from the structural tank is delivered to the various services by means of a unit consisting of two (2) 24 V electrically-driven pumps, fitted in engine room with electronic pressure control. This unit feeds all of the users.
  • 24 V bypass emergency service electrically-driven pump, maximum flow rate 12 gallons.
  • Boiler in stainless steel, 27 gallon capacity, in engine room.
  • Piping partially built of multi-layer material and partially of rigid stainless steel pipe. Insulated hot water piping.

Sewage & Grey Water

  • Two structural grey water tanks, 106 gallons in total, located amidship, collecting discharges from showers, sinks as well as from dishwasher and fan coil condensation.
  • Electrical level switch controls the electrically-driven pumps for discharging. Pump operation automatic or manual. The pump is controlled from the wheelhouse control panel.
  • The discharges from heads are pressure fed to the amidships black water structural tank (capacity approximately 106 gallons). The tank can be discharged overboard by means of a 24 V automatically or manually operated pump. The pump is controlled both from the wheelhouse and from the main board (emergency operation). It is possible to discharge the tank directly ashore by means of an outlet fitted near the cockpit.
  • All heads can discharge both overboard and into the black water tank. Piping made of stainless steel in engine room, PVC elsewhere.
  • The tank levels are shown on the touch screen, in wheelhouse.

FM200 Kidde Centralized Firefighting System

  • Centralized Kidde Automatic Firefighting System for operating the engine room nozzles, closing the fuel delivery valves to main engines and generators, operating the alarm and closing the fire dampers on the ventilation ducts.
  • Seawater hoses.
  • Portable extinguishers (powder and/or CO2 type) in all areas.
  • Smoke detectors in engine room, afterpeak and all cabins and upper deck areas, connected to the acoustic and visual alarm on the wheelhouse monitor. High temperature detectors in engine room and afterpeak.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing.


Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
- Length: 72' 0"
- LOA: 72' 0"
- BEAM: 18' 6"
- DRAFT: 6' 3"
- Engine(s): MAN V12
- Hours: 201
- HP: 2800
- Fuel: 1321 gallons
- Water: 396 gallons
- Holding: 210 gallons
- Hull Construction: Fiberglass
- Manufacturer: Sanlorenzo
- Model: SL72
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