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Luxury yacht LEL (a.k.a.HULL FR038) is a 49.7m/163.1ft vessel built by Italian shipyard Rossinavi and launched in 2020. Her naval architecture comes from Arrabito Naval Architects, while her interior and exterior styling was completed by Luca Dini Design. The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 10 guests over five en-suite cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF LEL: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi and wet bar ~Foredeck plunge pool ~Beach club with bar ~Versatile indoor/outdoor living area on upper deck ~Transatlantic range of 4,000 nautical miles ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The beach club in the stern of the lower deck features a fold-down transom door that creates a spacious swim platform for sunbathing. When the swim platform is down, the staircases to the main deck aft are revealed.
The main deck aft is laid out with sofas, coffee tables, a bar and sun loungers for relaxation in the sunshine. The upper deck aft has a similar lounge setting to the main deck aft, and the area can be enclosed for use in all seasons and weather conditions thanks to outdoor heating and an indoor air-conditioning system for this versatile space. The foredeck offers a large sofa with two coffee tables and a plunge pool with sunbeds to port and starboard.
The sundeck aft is filled with sun loungers while the central section shaded by the hardtop provides alfresco dining and a wet bar for refreshments. The sundeck forward is in the sunshine and has a large step-in Jacuzzi surrounded by sunbeds on the starboard and forward sides.
The lower deck hosts the guest and crew accommodation, and the stern contains a spacious beach club that increases in size when the aft transom door and side hatches are lowered to create a large swim platform and terraces. Within, there is a bar and plenty of room to accommodate the tender.
The main deck has the Master suite forward, behind which is the galley and the main foyer, both of which connect through to the formal dining area to seat 10, which merges with the main salon aft to create one large open-plan space.
|Beam:||9.00 m (29′ 6″)|
|L.O.A.:||49.70 m (163′ 1″)|
|Max Speed:||23 knots|
|Engines:||2x MTU 12V 4000 M93L|
|Cruise Speed:||13 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts, Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub, yachts with at anchor stabilisers, Yachts With On Deck Master Cabin|
|Builder/Designer:||Rossi Navi, LUCA DINI Design & Architecture|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, EUROPE|
The helm station is forward on the upper deck, followed by the Captain's cabin and the sky lounge becoming part of the outdoor living and dining area to be opened or enclosed as guests desire.
Twin MTU 12V 4000 M93L engines producing 2,580 kW @ 2,100 rpm produce a top speed of 23 knots, a cruising speed of 13 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at an economical 11-12 knots.
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 10 guests over 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 4 additional guest cabins. The Master suite on the main deck makes use of the full beam to provide a spacious interior complete with walk-in-wardrobe and a side terrace. The rest of the guest cabins are situated on the lower deck and can merge into one massive VIP stateroom by closing off the main doorway in the hall.
Amenities and Extras
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"My passion for boats moved me away from architecture. from the beginning I always thought yacht design as a part of architecture, but after seeing in 1982 the m.y. nabila anchored in the port city livorno italy, it instantly sparked that passion. From that day forth, it became my mission to become a yacht designer." - Luca Dini