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Sanlorenzo introduces ‘high-end’ services

The new Sanlorenzo division includes chartering services and crew training.

The new Sanlorenzo division includes chartering services and crew training.

Sanlorenzo Yachts unveiled a “High-End Services” program at the Düsseldorf boat show. The premium service division is dedicated to Sanlorenzo owners and includes single-brand chartering services, crew-training programs, custom leasing/financing packages, and maintenance/refit packages.

Sanlorenzo said in a statement that it reached agreements with its primary financial partners for a structured leasing program tailored to clients. The services “comply with tax legislation on fiscal exemptions for navigation in international waters.”

For the single-brand chartering program, Sanlorenzo partnered with Equinoxe Yachts as an operational partner. The company is considered one of the leading charter consultants in international market.

The Sanlorenzo Crew Academy will provide customized training for crewmembers, administered by Hill Robinson, that includes hospitality, guest services and etiquette, on-board procedures, operations, safety and security, seamanship, water sports and activities, and understanding and actioning environmental concerns.

The Sanlorenzo Timeless range of services focuses on maintaining the value of the yachts, offering Refit, Restyle and Lifetime Care services at the company’s yards in Ameglia, La Spezia and Viareggio, Italy.

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