Alfa Nero is a splendid motor yacht 269 feet long and 47 feet wide, made of steel and aluminum. It was built by Oceanco Yachts and designed by Nuvolari & Lenard in collaboration with Alberto Pinto in charge of the interior design. With over 4,000 square feet of living space, its large enough to accommodate 12 passengers and up to 26 crew. The ship has a master suite with an office, closets and a private deck with Jacuzzi; a VIP cabin with en suite dressing rooms and bathrooms, plus three additional double cabins. The vast halls of the main level—decorated with polished wood textures, bright colors and lavish ornamentation—have ample space for a magnificent dining room, living area, bar and even a grand piano. For outdoor fun, the ship has a huge aft deck with infinity pool that through a hydraulic system transforms into a dance floor or helipad. Moreover, the vessel also features a professional gourmet kitchen, spa, gym and watersport equipment including jet skis. With a range of 6,630 miles at 15 knots, it can reach speeds of up to 20 knots. The Alfa Nero calls Monaco home, but according to its seasonal schedule, you can charter it and take it to the most exotic beaches for about US $1,100,000 million a week.
The Kokomo sailboat is an excellent choice for those who love sailing but are not willing to forego the comfort and luxury of a motor yacht. Built by Alloy Yachts and engineered by the team of Ed Dubois, this colossal 190-ft. sailboat can accommodate up to ten of your friends or family members. According to these superyacht builders from New Zealand, Kokomo was developed with the purpose of “creating a sailboat that offers new standards of performance, comfort, and style.” The master cabin takes the entire width of the stern and has two dressing rooms, en-suite bathroom, and King size bed. A soft and luxurious silk carpet gives a special touch of luxury to the bedroom. All bathrooms feature white marble and green glass finishes we well as wood detailing. There are also five double cabins, all with their en-suite bathrooms, and the main hall comes with a regal dining table, a full bar and a seating area framed by splendid windows. The large windows allow light to enter the interior and afford panoramic views. The ship boasts superb navigation performance: distinctly sporty, with a cruising speed of 13.5 knots and a maximum speed of 16 knots. Some of their innovations are apparent in the keel system, submarine anchors, and hull structure. Her 120-ton keel delivers ultimate stability. The cost of renting the Kokomo is around $210,000 a week.
Which one would you choose for your next vacations? ■