These masters are the true resources for a perfect outcome in fulfilling Italian nautical design projects. In fact, every Sanlorenzo superyacht of 40 metres or more begins life from the hull, forged from metal through the efforts of a skilful, local workforce who pay attention to every tiny detail to make the shipowner’s dreams come true. The photographs document the various phases of metal hull preparation while evoking the atmosphere of a place where technology and precious and invaluable workmanship go hand in hand. The idea of the Seafarers exhibition came from Sergio Buttiglieri, Style Director at Sanlorenzo, and aims to illustrate the dignity of the workplaces and the enormous craftsmanship for which the shipyard is known. «With this exhibition, Sanlorenzo wants to demonstrate the intrinsic beauty of its products» says Buttiglieri «which, long before being finished, have a hidden charm that Silvano Pupella, in agreement with Cavalier Massimo Perotti, CEO and Chairman of this brand, which is celebrating its first 60 years of activity this year, has rightly enhanced by deciding to use black and white, reminiscent of the great American school of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. Both were convinced that, in order to evoke emotions, showing the finished product was not necessary. It is enough to delve into the initial phases involved in producing these metal superyachts».