After a two-year build, the 49.7-metre superyacht Lel has been delivered to her owner. The new sporty superyacht was first developed by Yacht Moments, but designed in her entirety by Luca Dini Design & Architecture in collaboration with the Italian shipyard Rossinavi.Photo: Michele ChiroliPhoto: Michele ChiroliBuilt in aluminium, Lel shows off a dynamic silhouette that merges her decks and hull. Guests on board can make use of the large beach club and its side and stern doors, indoor bar area and tender garage - a key social space which was designed to merge the outdoor and indoor environments. Photo: Michele ChiroliOn the main deck, the multifunctional cockpit has a raised panoramic area and a second bar which can be used for entertaining as well as the main saloon, which is decorated with contemporary designer furniture. The nearby owner’s suite is located forward and is completed by a large walk-in-wardrobe and private balcony. Adjacent to this suite, the VIP stateroom is located, whereas a further four staterooms can be found on the lower deck.Photo: Michele ChiroliGuests can also gather on the upper deck for dining with the comfort of outdoor heating lights and an air conditioning system. The sundeck is fitted with sunbathing areas, a bar and a pool.Photo: Michele ChiroliPhoto: Michele Chiroli
“The owner’s main request was to emphasise the open spaces to make the most of the open air and water, and I believe I achieved the objective because Lel is like an actual terrace overlooking the sea, 'un pied dans l’eau', where nature meets technology”, says Luca Dini.
Powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M93L 2,580 kW diesel engines, Lel has a top speed of 25 knots, a cruising speed of 21 knots and a range of 4,000 nm.