Mega Yachts: The Alfa Nero
Alfa Nero, built by Oceanco in 2007, is one of the more gracefully proportioned and stunningly appointed superyachts to ever grace the seas. At 82m (269 ft) long, the Alfa Nero is the 58th largest yacht currently in existence, and every element of this incredible boat screams elegance and sophistication.
Perhaps the most notable feature of the Alfa Nero is the 12×38 ft plunge pool on the lower deck, which serves a dual purpose of transforming into a helicopter landing pad. Why sacrifice one for the other when both are entirely possible?
The sublime elegance of the exterior is mirrored internally. The Alberto Pinto designed interiors strike a fine and delicate balance between complete luxury and beautiful subtlety. Tropical hardwood and soft leather are used together, contributing to the sense of opulence and grandeur that pervades this vessel.
The Alfa Nero is available for private charter through Yachting Partners International for the princely sum of $1,093,000. Per week. But whilst that may seem egregiously expensive, when compared to the asking price it’s a week of joy for a fraction of the cost.
Visit Luxury Insider for a comprehensive review. Exterior and Interior photos below.