The strong personality of Alibella, FB238, conceived through the encountering of the East and the West, is perceivable as soon as you board her. A neoclassic style, between tradition and innovation, with some occasional concession towards the Oriental taste.
The ambience could be best described as peaceful and relaxed. A deep equilibrium between stylistic choices: from the carpeting to the curtaining up to the lacquered panels of the walls and of the ceilings. The briar furniture and the gold leafed details give a harmonious touch to the surroundings brightening them up without spoiling their artlessness.
Colour dominates the bathrooms for which Emperador, Portoro, Botticino marbles and Travertine have been chosen. The owner’s area is on the main deck which includes the owners’ bedroom, a study, the main lounge, dining and the kitchen areas.
On the upper deck there is a big study that could be easily transformed into a second (owner’s) lounge. The guests’ cabins are on the lower deck: two double cabins, and two twin cabins can sleep up to eight guests. On the Sun deck there is a well-organized space for relaxation and sunbathing including a helicopter’s landing platform.
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