Main saloon view fwd
Main saloon view fwd

ALESSANDRA III Yacht à moteur à louer

47,2 m|12 dans 6 cabine(s)
Prix par semaine à partir de
USD 231 000

The sleek modern styling and well-planned decks of ALESSANDRA III make her a favourite on the charter scene. With in- and outdoor lounges, bars, bedrooms and a beach club, all spread out over four decks, you will find that this 47.2m (155ft) yacht seems to offer you endless space – perfect for when you have a large party aboard.

At anchor
Main saloon view fwd
Main saloon view fwd
MAin saloon view aft
Main deck dining
Master suite
Master suite view fwd
Mather bathtub and shower
VIP cabin port side view aft
VIP cabin stbd side view fwd
Convertible double/twin cabin
Sky lounge view fwd
Sky lounge bar
Sky lounge view aft
Sky lounge card table
Main deck aft
Bridge deck aft dining
Bridge deck aft
Sun deck view fwd
Sun deck aft
Sun deck lounge area
Sun deck bar
Sun deck jacuzzi
Portuguese bridge
Views
Gym facing out towards the swim platform
fold down swim platform
Fold down swim platform
Exterior decks
Waterslide
  • Sliding glass doors on both sides of the Main saloon, lead out to drop down balconies, creating an expansive indoor/outdoor flow
  • Flexible guest accommodations in 6 well-appointed cabins
  • Balconies on both sides of the main deck lounge
  • Bridge deck offers 2 fabulous and flexible alfresco dining options
  • Inviting sundeck with a fabulous bar and sizeable jacuzzi
  • Spacious bow with U-shaped seating area, perfect for sundowners!
  • Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor

À propos de ALESSANDRA III

Description

The sleek modern styling and well-planned decks of ALESSANDRA III make her a favourite on the charter scene. With in- and outdoor lounges, bars, bedrooms and a beach club, all spread out over four decks, you will find that this 47.2m (155ft) yacht seems to offer you endless space – perfect for when you have a large party aboard.


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Light floods into the main deck lounge through floor-to-ceiling windows, and there is a feature of drop-down balconies on both sides of the room. In here you’ll be tempted to sit to catch up with friends over tea, or enjoy an evening tete-a-tete on one of the balconies. Social spaces abound, with the main deck aft offering you an outdoor lounge, while the upper deck also has a large outdoor table – so that you can breakfast with a view of your anchorage each morning.

Your full-beam master suite is in the traditional position, forward on the main deck, and it gives you his-and-her en suites with an oval bath and rainfall shower, plus plenty of space for your wardrobe. Plus, you have two VIP suites plus three cabins that can be made up as twins or doubles for friends and family.

When you’re in the mood for a party, the bridge deck lounge beckons. The relaxed, club-style décor in here and long, marble bar is set up for entertaining. Similarly, you have the option of glamorous dining on the main deck, should you wish Chef to flex their culinary skills and create a fine-dining menu for you.

Your days will be filled with an itinerary created for you by the Captain to take in the experiences and coastline that your cruising ground has to explore. Whether that is a beach set for a day on the sands with the children, or taking one of the two tenders ashore to discover the local boutiques, or trying out the water toys from the beach club.

The beach club is on the water level, so you can simply dive in from the hydraulic swim platform after a workout in the gym. The children will love the waterslide, aquapark and trampoline for high energy fun. There are also paddleboards and kayaks to explore the coast – and jetskis and SeaBobs to play with too.

On the top deck you will find sunpads and a sizable jacuzzi for you to relax. At the end of the day, you can sit up here under the stars to watch a movie on the 2.75m (9ft) drop-down projector screen, with the mixologist at the bar making your drinks the way you like them. The end of another perfect charter day.

Spécifications & tarifs
Destination en été Please enquire USD 231 000/USD 259 000 par semaine (basse saison / haute saison)
Destination en hiver Bahamas USD 231 000/USD 259 000 par semaine (basse saison / haute saison)
Chantier 2016 (réaménagé 2022), Sunseeker, United Kingdom
Longueur 47,2 m
Invités 12
Nb de cabines invités 6
Équipage 11
Largeur 9,3 m
Tirant d'eau 2,3 m
Tonnage brut 495
Vitesse maximale 20 nœuds
Vitesse de croisière 12 nœuds
Consommation de carburant en vitesse de croisière 160 litres par heure
Types de cabines 6 (3 × double, 3 × double / twin)
Moteurs 2 × 2 895ch MTU
Notes
Non disponible à la location pour les résidents des États-Unis dans les eaux des États-Unis.
Annexes & jeux nautiques

Annexes & jeux nautiques

  • 2 × Annexes
  • 1 × Jacuzzi sur le pont
  • Toboggan aquatique
  • Trampoline
  • Centre de formation RYA pour jet-skis et waverunners
  • 2 × Waverunners
  • 1 × Jet-ski à bras
  • 2 × SeaBobs
  • 1 × Kayak
  • 3 × Planches de stand-up paddle
  • Skis nautiques
  • Jeux pneumatiques tractables
  • Équipement de plongée avec tuba
Remise en forme & bien-être

Équipement de fitness

  • Équipement de boxe
  • Poids
  • Vélo
  • Rameur
  • Banc d'entraînement
Plans des ponts
Deck plans
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  • Longueur : 44,6 m
  • Invités : 10 dans 5 cabine(s)
  • Chantier 2010
  • Feadship, Royal Van Lent

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GLADIATOR is offering an exceptional 20% discount for the remainder of the winter season. The yacht is available in the Caribbean but Bahamas charters will also be considered. 5 days minimum. SPECIAL OFFER: USD 228,000/week (instead of USD 285,000/week).

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