ALEXANDAR V International Shipyard Ancona superyacht

M/Y ALEXANDAR V is 48,00m (157' 5") steel luxury motor yacht built in 2008 by ...

ALEXANDAR V International Shipyard Ancona superyacht

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ALEXANDAR V Specifications

Type/Year:International Shipyard Ancona superyacht/2008 
Beam:8.60m (28' 2") 
L.O.A.:48.00m (157' 5") 
Max Speed:16.7 knots 
Engines:2x MTU 12V 4000 M70 
Cruise Speed:15 knots 

M/Y ALEXANDAR V is 48,00m (157' 5") steel luxury motor yacht built in 2008 by the Italian builder International Shipyard Ancona (ISA) with naval architecture by Walter Francini. The yacht ALEXANDAR V has a contemporary design, great deck space and zero speed stabilisers for extra comfort. Interior design work was done by Daniele Soci and reveals lovely woodwork and some interesting art work.


Yacht Accommodation

Master stateroon on Main deck, the VIP is on the Upper deck and two doubles and two twins on the lower deck. All have ensuite.

Amenities and Extras

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ISA represents excellence in quality, materials, finishes, technology and design. We build luxury megayachts with a maximum level of customization and the distinctive influence of “made in Italy. We are 'artisans of luxury.'" - International Shipyard Ancona (ISA)

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