The Sanlorenzo flying bridge line also lists the SL100, a 29 metre yacht extending over three and a half decks built by the Ameglia shipyard belonging to Sanlorenzo. The SL100 may be personalised to the specification of each single owner both in terms of layout and materials used; however a standard version functionally fitted out for a more general appeal is also marketed. Three large cabins with en- suites have been foreseen below deck, two of which are twin berthed and one is double birthed and lies full beam. The crew quarters are placed afore and include a mess area and galley. The Master's stateroom lies full beam at the bow on the main deck and includes a circular bed offering sea views, a walk-in wardrobe, a spacious bathroom, dressing room and corner-office.
Moving along towards the stern, one gains access to the common areas, like the generously proportioned and well equipped galley, the dining area which can seat eight to ten and the main saloon fitted with full entertainment technology. The outer main deck presents a mess area in the cockpit happily shaded by the protruding fly above as well as an area in the bows lined with sun pads.The Bridge fully occupies the upper half deck from which the flying bridge may be accessed. Here, fittings include a saloon, a bar, another sunbathing area and full dual controls. Should the hard top version be chosen, the whole outside area just described would be sheltered.