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TIME OUT - SANLORENZO

TIME OUT 106' 0" SANLORENZO 2019 $9,895,000 USD

Specifications

Accomodations:
5 staterooms
Length:
106' 0" (32.31 m)
Beam:
23' 1" (7.04 m)
Draft:
6' 4" (1.93 m)
Year Built:
2019
Builder:
SANLORENZO
Category:
Motor Yacht
Engines:
2 engines MTU 16V2000 M96
Cruise Speed:
23 Kts. (26 MPH)
Max Speed:
28 Kts. (32 MPH)
Location:
United States
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Basic Information

Builder:
SANLORENZO
Category:
Motor Yacht
Model Year:
2019
Year Built:
2019
Country:
United States

Dimensions

LOA:
106' 0" (32.31m)
Beam:
23' 1" (7.04m)
Max Draft:
6' 4" (1.93m)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Cruise Speed:
23 Kts. (26 MPH)
Max Speed:
28 Kts. (32 MPH)
Gross Tonnage:
199 Pounds
Water Capacity:
739 Gallons
Holding Tank:
369 Gallons
Fuel Capacity:
3275 Gallons

Accommodations

Sleeps:
10

Hull and Deck Information

Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Configuration:
Planing

Engine Information

Engines:
2
Manufacturer:
MTU
Model:
16V2000 M96
Engine Type:
Inboard
Fuel Type:
Diesel

Overview

TIME OUT is a new 2019 106’ Sanlorenzo built by a very experienced yachtsman. She is offered for sale as the owners have found themselves in new business dealings that do not allow time for the boat. This untimely event has made for an excellent opportunity for a buyer to purchase a like-new Sanlorenzo 106’ with all warranties and no waiting. TIME OUT had many upgrades throughout her build and is furnished with the best of furnishings possible with a décor that is embraced by all who have seen her. 

America's Edition

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Electrical system: 127/220V
Shore power connections: Two (2) 220V AC 100A Three-phase 60Hz
Generators: Two (2) 55kW
Fail-safe galvanic isolator for dry dock
Battery charger: 12V/25A for generator batteries
Aft Glendenning Cablemasters with 30m (98') cable: Two (2) CM8
GFCI distributed in technical room, bathroom, galley and exterior utilizing waterproof boxes in engine room and lazzarette Isolation transformers (upgraded below)
Double gang 110V 60Hz USA/EU sockets
One (1) 24V master switch dedicated to navigation electronics at pilothouse 

ENGINE ROOM EQUIPMENT
Double Racor filters for generators
Ball valve thru-hull fittings (engine cooling exhausts remain as gate valves) Engine oil change system with manual pump (upgraded below)
Overboard venting for dryer, in lieu of self-contained ventilation Watermaker: Sea Recovery 1800 gallons/day (includes predisposition) Additional fresh water purification system with active carbons
Additional grey water pump installed in by-pass
Additional black water pump installed in by-pass
Installation of FM200 fire system equipment (USCG approved) 

AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
Tropicalized air conditioning system (twin chillers) with chilled water piping insulation upgrade: 240,000 BTU Air conditioning condensation draining overboard 
Ozone treatment for air conditioning system 

MANEUVERING CONTROLS 
MTU Blue Line controls 

NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
VHF with US channels
Additional electrical conduits between the engine room, pilothouse, flybridge helm station and hard top 
COMPLEMENTS FOR THE EXTERIOR
Three (3) freshwater outlets: Flybridge, aft and bow
Spotlight
Lateral gangway: Marquipt Sea Stair in stainless steel with teak steps
Stainless steel protection around exhaust plenums and forward bow cap rail area
Prop speed antifouling system on shafts, propellers, intruder, bow and stern thruster propellers, swim platform lift brackets, rudders and supports, trim tabs 
Disappearing stern shower
Stainless steel column shower on flybridge Teak flybridge deck 
Aft flybridge awning: Sail-cover sun shade system with SeaSmart removable stanchions
Bow seating area awning: Sail-cover sun shade system with SeaSmart removable carbon fiber stanchions Manual hi-low table for bow seating area; convertible to a sunbed with included cushion filler panel
Two (2) electric hi-low tables for the aft deck; convertible to make one large table
Custom teak cabinet on the flybridge to house the Kenyon Texan BBQ (see Appliance Options)
Paola Lenti furnishings and exterior decor
Six (6) Underwater lights
Launching/recovery system for jet ski/wave runner in the garage

COMPLEMENTS FOR THE INTERIOR
Salon terrace with electrohydraulic opening system
Additional set of enlarged hull side windows: 2 x port and 2 x starboard (total of 8 including standard windows
Lower deck floating staircase in floating steel
Indirect LED lighting behind curtains in master, VIP, and guest staterooms
VIP and guest stateroom TVs mounting behind a mirror panel
Hard latch system: Slides or positive catches on all galley/bar appliances and other drawer units 
Master and VIP berths hinging up for additional under bed storage

APPLIANCES
2 x Washing machine: Asko
2 x Dryer: Asko
Cooktop (30"): Miele
Microwave: Sharp
Oven (30"): Miele
Ventilation fan: Miele
Sink/food waste disposal: Insinkerator Compact 3/4 HP
Dishwasher (24"): Miele
Galley upright refrigerator/freezer: Sub-Zero with drawer units 
Wine cooler (24"): Sub-Zero
Salon bar refrigerator: Frigonautica
Salon bar ice maker: Scotsman
Flybridge bar refrigerator: Frigonautica
Flybridge bar ice maker: Indel Webasto, clear-cube 

CERTIFICATES & DOCUMENTATION HIN plate
Hauling diagrams 
List of Options and Upgrades 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Frequency convertor: ASEA (220V/110V - 50Hz/60Hz) with seamless transfer, including deletion of isolation transformers 

ENGINE ROOM EQUIPMENT
Electric pump in lieu of manual pump for engine oil change system (not including dirty oil storage tank) 

THRUSTERS & STABILIZERS
ABT Hydraulic stern thruster 

ALARMS & SECURITY
Five (5) Camera CCTV IP system: Two (2) fixed cameras in the cockpit and three (3) fixed cameras in the engine room. Includes DVR, one (1) monitor and monitoring on the crew mess TV.

Walkthrough

When one arrives to the aft deck of TIME OUT one will find a spacious deck area with an aft built-in settee plus two tables that come together to make one with additional seating for dining when needed. One can go down the steps from either side of the settee to reach the large stern/swim platform. This is a perfect area for watersports and makes for a safe and convenient place to get on and off the tender. From the swim platform one will have access to a garage area that is equipped to store a tender and jet ski and misc. water toys and dive equipment.


From the aft deck, one will go through a doorway to enter the main salon or through a door just to port that allows quick access to the bridge deck. When entering the main salon on TIME OUT one will find a spacious open layout with a large L-shaped settee to starboard, a comfortable chair just aft and a custom coffee table within. The TV for the main salon is in a pop-up built-in on port just aft of the double door that open to the balcony. The large double door mentioned gives access to the port side deck and the custom balcony, perfect for watching the sunset or simply relaxing with a book.  Forward is the dining area is a beautiful dining table for 8. The forward bulkhead is a gorgeous back lite white Carrera marble with a carved design, which is ideal for the space.


Forward of the dining area to port one will find a day head inboard. Continuing forward one will pass the stairway that goes below to the guest accommodations. Forward of the stairway one will find the on-deck master with ensuite. The master is large, bright and airy with ample storage and hanging locker. There are three-sided windows which offers light, air and a wonderful view.


Headed aft from the master one will reach the four guest staterooms from the stairway below. Down the stairs one will land in the guest foyer. Going aft from the guest foyer one will find two identical queen berth cabins with ensuite, ample storage and hanging.  Going forward from the guest foyer one will find two additional cabins, one to port with a queen berth that can split to make twins and one to starboard with a twin cabin, both with ensuite, ample storage and hanging. The master and all guest cabins are well-appointed with beautiful stonework and décor as well as state-of-the-art entertainment. 


Back in the main salon one will go forward to starboard to find the formal entry foyer. Here one will go up to the pilot house where one will find a spacious area with settee, captain’s chair and state-of the art navigation and communication equipment. From the formal foyer forward, one will find a galley with all the latest equipment. Continuing through the galley one will reach the crew quarters for 5. 


One can reach the open bridge deck from the pilot house or from the aft deck stairs. Once on the bridge deck one will find a large spacious area with high quality furniture including a large settee, chairs and tables as well as three loungers. Forward on the starboard side one will find a covered dining area for 10 and a bar to port with 2 stools. Within the bar one will find a fridge, icemaker and storage. 


TIME OUT is a great example of a beautiful Italian yacht with a gorgeous interior and all the amenities one could need. 

Salon

Bar with fridge, bottle storage and glass holders
Large settee to starboard
Coffee table
TV with hi-low mechanism to port
Staved wood/timber flooring
Large windows with sliding glass door to port forward

Dining Area

Fixed table to accommodate 8-10 guests with chairs
Storage cupboards
Staved/wood timber flooring
Beautiful full marble accent wall forward

Day Head

Washbasin
Storage cupboard
Mirror
Extractor fan
Wood flooring

Master Stateroom

The master stateroom is located on the main deck forward and is full beam with large private entryway, closet and ensuite head.
Kind walkaround berth
Large front and side windows
Sofa and TV storage cabinet with hi-low mechanism
Wardrobe with hanging bar and shelves
Air treatment unit
Safe

Master Bath

Private water closet
Double bowl washbasin with marble top
Wall cupboard with mirror
Marble flooring
Air-conditioning duct from cabin

VIP Stateroom

The two VIP cabins include the following:
Queen bed with four drawers and mattress
2 x Nightstands with drawers
2 x Big portholes (one of each openable) in stainless steel
Storage cupboard
Wall cupboard with hanging bars starboard and port side
Ceiling lights and reading lights
Electric blinds
Audio/video equipment

VIP Bath

Water closet separated from rest of bathroom
Washbasin marble top
Wall cupboard
Mirror
Shower with handset and shower head and shower door
Air conditioning ducted in from the cabins
Air extractor above the shower
Open able porthole in stainless steel

Guest Staterooms

The two guest cabins include the following:
Twin beds with two drawers and mattresses
Nightstands and drawers
2 x Open able portholes in stainless steel and tempered glass
Wall cupboard 
Ceiling lights and reading lights
Curtains and soft furnishings
Flooring in carpet
Audio/visual equipment

Guest Baths

Private water closet
Washbasin marble top
Wall cupboard
Mirror
Shower with handset and shower head and shower door
Air conditioning ducted in from the cabins
Air extractor above the shower
Open able porthole in stainless steel

Crew Quarters

Captain’s quarters with queen berth, closet and ensuite head
2 x Crew cabins with over/under bunks with ensuite heads
Lounge with kitchenette 
Settee with table for dining 
Double washer and dryers located in crew area

Galley

From the galley it is possible to enter the crew mess and laundry room as well as the foyer stairwell on the starboard side.
Electric cooktop
Integrated extraction hood
Dishwasher
Conventional oven
Microwave oven
Wall fridge/freezer
Storage cupboards and storages

Wheelhouse

Raised pilothouse including:
Leather covered dashboard with navigation instruments
Leather covered Pilot’s seat electrically adjusting
Small sofa
Area for nautical charts
Storage cabinet
Stairs to access flybridge
Stairs leading down to the starboard side foyer
Bow thruster controls 
Rudder angel controls and indicator
Electrical control panel for repeat alarms and controls already on the touchscreen
Touch screen monitor 15” to monitor and control the main onboard systems including: 230V/400V tri-phase and 24V electrical circuits, horn commands, trim tabs, navigation lights, windscreen wipes, E/pump rudder, E/pump fuel transfer, anchor windlass, E/firefighting pump, alarm for high level water in bilge and controls for automatic bilge pumps, tank level indicators, external and corridor lights
Intercom connected to the engine room
Synoptic alarms and bilge pumps
Manual controls for windscreen wipers, horn, steering wheel E/hydraulic pump and autopilot
Ceiling lights and courtesy lights on stairs
Timber flooring

Navigation and Communication Equipment

Full Garmin electronics package 
Garmin GPSMAP 8622 with charts
Garmin CPSMAP 7616
5 x Garmin GPSMAP 7610 - 10” multi-touch widescreen displays
Garmin AIS 600
Garmin VHF radio
FLIR thermal camera
Additional electrical conduits between the engine room, pilothouse, flybridge helm station and hard top

Engine Room

Daily fuel tanks in metal transversally positioned, laminated entirely to the plating, forming the structural bulkhead
Exhaust pipes for main engine, on silent blocks
Handrail in stainless steel between the engines
Extractors and ventilators with fire dump
Metal bench to support pumps and machinery on both starboard and portside
Main engine starting batteries
Battery cut-off and charging switchboard for main engine starting batteries
Flooring on aluminum supports and aluminum powder varnished flooring
Vales, controls and pumps easily accessible for inspection

Aft Area:
2 x Electric gensets
Generator exhaust discharge fitted with mufflers and separators
Metal bench to support pumps and machinery on both starboard and portside
Air conditioning compressors and pumps
Watermaker: Sea Recovery 1800 gallons/day (includes predisposition)
Electric switchboard for shore connections
Service batteries
Control panel and pumps for hydraulic system
Watertight door in metal for escape exist from the engine room cockpit
Walls and ceiling finished in white metal panels
Flooring on aluminum support and aluminum powder varnished flooring
Valves, control and pumps to be easily accessible for inspection

Control Room

From the cockpit you can access the technical area via a watertight door and an aluminum stairwell. The control room hosts the following:
Main electrical switchboard
Isolation transformer
Battery charges and inverters
Electro-pump bilge system-firefighting system with manifold suction and controlled vales
Boilers with recirculation pump
Air conditioning fan coils
Natural ventilation and forced air extraction
Firefighting system FM200 (USCG approved)
Cylinders and activation system of the firefighting FM200 system of the engine room
Emergency steering system control panel
Watertight door in white varnished metal for accessing to the engine room

Main Machinery

Main engines: 2 x MTU 16V2000 M96, 2434hp
Engine hours: Port 260 hours; Starboard 260 hours 
Double fuel Racor filters for generators
Ball valve thru-hull fittings (engine cooling exhausts remain as gate valves)
Engine oil change system with manual pump 
Overboard venting for dryer, in lieu of self-contained ventilation
Additional freshwater purification system with active carbons
Additional grey water pump installed in by-pass
Additional black water pump installed in by-pass
Maneuvering controls: MTU blue line controls

Air-conditioning system:
Tropicalized air conditioning system (twin chillers) with chilled water piping insulation upgrade: 24,000 BTU
Air conditioning condensation draining overboard

Electrical Systems

Electrical system: 127/220V
Shore power connections: 2 x 220V AC 100A three-phase 60Hz
Generators: 2 x 55kW
Fail-safe galvanic isolator for dry dock
Battery charger: 12V/25A for generator batteries
Aft Glendenning Cablemasters: 2 x CM8
GFCI distributed in technical room, bathroom, galley and exterior utilizing waterproof boxes in engine room and lazarette
Isolation transformer (not installed in case of optional frequency converter)
Double gang 110V 60Hz USA/EU sockets
1 x 24V Master switch dedicated to navigation electronics at pilothouse

Tender Garage

Weathertight area, designed to stow tender and jet ski including:
Garage transom door “weathertight” with electro-hydraulic opening
Electro-hydraulic system for haulage and launching of the tender (maximum length of tender 4.5m)
Fire-fighting system 
Fuel vapor detection system
Natural ventilation and forced air extraction fan
Freshwater connection
Ceiling lights
Aluminum hatch covered for emergency access

Broker's Comments

TIME OUT is a new 2019 106’ Sanlorenzo built by a very experienced yachtsman. She is offered for sale as the owners have found themselves in new business dealings that do not allow time for the boat. This untimely event has made for an excellent opportunity for a buyer to purchase a like-new Sanlorenzo 106’ with all warranties and no waiting. TIME OUT had many upgrades throughout her build and is furnished with the best of furnishings possible with a décor that is embraced by all who have seen her. 

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