Edmiston & Company and Merle Wood & Associates have been appointed central agents for the sale of the 82m Oceanco Alfa Nero. Designed by Nuvolari & Lenard, the superyacht features an interior by Alberto Pinto.
The upper deck is given over to the owner’s residence, which includes an office, dressing room, bathroom with Jacuzzi and steam shower and the master bedroom.
The sky-lounge and dining room are surrounded with wenge panels and what has come to be known as the “golf ball” wall. Scalloped panels are covered in white lacquer with a mother-of-pearl look, giving the walls a textured effect reminiscent of abstract, flattened golf balls. The wall covering enlarges the room’s appearance and sets the mood to that of a European nightclub even in the light of day.
One of the yachts’ most notable features is the swimming pool on the main aft deck, which also converts to a heli pad. Launched in 2007, the iconic superyacht will be anchored off during the Monaco Yacht Show. Alfa Nero has an asking price of EU 129,750,000.
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