Italian superyacht builders Sanlorenzo have released further details of their largest vessel built to date, the 210ft (64m) Attila. The brand-new flagship of Sanlorenzo’s Steel brand of superyachts, Her innovative design prioritises guest space and comfort onboard as well as a sophisticated aesthetic that has become one of the brand’s trademarks. Built with a fast displacement hull, Attila’s sleek exterior lines are the work of Officina Italiana Design while Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini created the interiors working closely with her new owner.

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The emphasis on liveability is clear from her expansive beach club which folds out to cover an impressive 78 square metres and includes a sauna, steam room, and massage room. This focal point connects to the main deck via two side staircases, leading straight to the pool and dining areas for ease of movement around the yacht. The main deck also features a statuesque barbecue which was a special request of her new owner who is an Argentinian national and has been built with a special smoke retrieval system and fireproof stainless steel. This bonus feature is complemented by a 500-bottle temperature-controlled wine cellar on the lower deck.

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Other standout elements include a whole deck dedicated for use by her owner boasting a large suite facing the bow with a Jacuzzi right outside for secluded dips. In addition to this, there are a further four guest rooms and a spacious full-beam VIP suite located on the main deck. Practical highlights include the large garage which can accommodate two 32ft (10m) long tenders and a touch-and-go helipad on the foredeck which can double as a sunbathing space if required.

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Throughout the yacht, her owner and the interior designers have worked closely together to ensure harmony and unity with a strong emphasis on natural materials like teak and onyx. To complement the modern aesthetic, furnishings have been sourced from top Italian and global brands including Catellani & Smith, De Sede, Summit, and Flexform.