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64Steel Attila is the largest yacht to date launched by Italian builder Sanlorenzo . At 1,600 gross tons, 210-feet (64 meters) in length, five decks and a maximum beam of 42ft 11in (13.10 meters), she is not only Sanlorenzo’s flagship, she is also one of their most innovate yachts ever.

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Officina Italiana Design created the elegant exterior styling. The design goal was to have continuity between the main deck at the stern, with the pool and dining areas, and the beach club on the lower deck, through a double staircase. Both areas present the focal points for life on board. With the transom and lateral platforms open, the beach club – which also contains a sauna, steam bath, massage room and fitness zone.

Sanlorenzo’s “Steel” line with a fast displacement hull, has a number of distinct features:

  • An entire private deck dedicated to the owner includes the bedroom facing the bow, which has a large whirlpool on the outside deck;
  • the ability to load two big tenders of over 33-feet (10 meters) in length, which can also be limousine tenders, thanks to the garage’s height;
  • a maximum 43-foot (13.10 meter) beam; 
  • a helipad for touch and go, at the bow, which can be turned into an extraordinary solarium when not in use;
  • the 64Steel platform was designed to be extended from 210-feet-230-feet (64 to 70 meters)
  • Innovative and ultra modern i-Bridge by Team Italia with a transparent Head Up Display

An enormous barbecue in the dining area of the main deck —a special request from the Argentinian owner — was particularly challenging for the production team. Attila’s owner is a Sanlorenzo client with the 46Steel Achille delivered in 2012 who was closely involved with the planning and construction of the new yacht from the beginning. The arrangement of an open fire in an enclosed space required the use of A60 fireproof stainless steel and the installation of an advanced smoke removal system.

The interior of 64Steel Attila has been furnished and decorated by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini, who have worked in close contact with the shipyard and with the client to formulate a space that would reflect his necessities, featuring natural materials like teak. The bulkheads in glass and fabric add an extraordinary three-dimensional effect to the spaces, while in the lobbies backlit onyx help to create a warm, enveloping atmosphere. Another leitmotif is steel, utilized throughout the yacht as a connection between various materials, to generate a harmonious relationship in the dominant colors of white, grey and brown.


In addition to the custom-designed pieces, there as been a collaboration with Italian and international design firms, such as Summit, De Sede, Flexform and Catellani & Smith, just to name a few.

The crew, located in the lower deck, has private and independent routes with two service stairs and an elevator for the rapid transfer of cold and dry goods into the storage rooms. Below the lower deck, lies the tank deck with a refrigeration chamber, a refrigerated waste room, a multimedia room for the crew, a large laundry, and a climate-controlled “wine cellar” with a capacity of up to 500 bottles.

The four guest rooms and the full beam VIP suite are located on the main deck.



Length overall 210ft f.t. (64,25m)

Maximum beam 43ft (13.10m)

Gross tons 1600 GRT

Propulsion Caterpillar 3516C

Engines 2 x 2.375 CV

Max speed 17 knots

Power unit Caterpillar C9.1

Power 2 x 200 kW +1 x 250 kW

Class X A1 { Commercial Yachting Service X AMS

Naval engineering Sanlorenzo

Exterior design Officina Italiana Design / Sanlorenzo Style Division

Interior design Francesco Paszkowski Design

Materials Steel hull and alloy superstructure

Builder Sanlorenzo Superyacht