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Low Season/ EUR 215,000 per week + expenses
High Season/ EUR 240,000 per week + expenses

Length: 48 metres (157′ 6″)
Beam:9.20 metres (30′ 2″)
Draft: 2.6 metres (8′ 6″)
Number of Guests: 10
Number of Crew: 9
Built: 2012
Refit: 2016
Builder: Rossinavi
Hull Construction: Steel
Hull Configuration: Displacement
Cruising Speed: 13 knots (Maximum speed 16 knots)
Fuel consumption: 
250 Litres/Hr
Stabilisers underway: 
Stabilisers at anchor: Yes
Deck Jacuzzi: Yes
Bed Configuration: 1 Pullman, 2 King, 2 Queen, 4 Single


Tenders + Toys

Jet Tender 6 Meter Wiliams for 9 person
Jet ski
2 seabob
Water Ski equipment
Snorkeling equipment
3 Rigid Kayak + 1 Inflantable Kayak for 2 person

Usually very decorated yachts sporting many “embellishments” seem to neglect crew’s quarters but forerunning the probable application of new norms which will require more space allotted for crew, more even than that currently dedicated to guests, Aslec4 boasts marvellous crew quarters. The crew on Aslec4 has been with the owner for some time and in view of the quality of their life on board he’s wanted to dedicate generous volumes of space for them.

Since the captain’s cabin is situated on the top deck next to the helm/controls station, the crew’s quarters situated on the lower deck have more dedicated space. Quoting the owner’s own words on this subject “I work in shipping and our company philosophy has always been to make sure crews can enjoy decent quarters and I have not wanted to do anything different on my yacht. We must bear in mind that crews spend much time at sea and in stressful conditions too especially on these large yachts. It is important to me to know that when crew members have finished a shift of work they can retire to beautiful and comfortable cabins in which to rest and enjoy privacy”.

Aslec 4 has been the best result achieved so far in the line. The project was a very interesting one right from the beginning thanks to Tommaso Spadolini’s lines and to the interior decor produced by Rémy Tessier, The yard produced a 340 ton jewel in just 24 months. A jewel made up of precious materials and passion.

An extensive full beam interior layout taking up the length of the deck adds considerable volume to the saloon and owner suite which is situated forward of the saloon. Both the owner and his wife were well aware of what goes into making a truly comfortable yacht. External spaces too are vast for a yacht of this size with a deck which boasts a 70 square metre open area from which one can enjoy a 180° uninterrupted view over the sea and surrounding panorama. The lateral window panelling running the length of the entire saloon translate into very bright interiors and eye pleasing decor outside. Aslec 4’s decor is truly contemporary, perhaps even minimalist, with a difference since it has been embellished by Rémy Tessier’s classy touch and widely experimented sense of taste which has created a masterful equilibrium between shades of light and dark, and clear cut straight lines which contrast the softness of curves, rare essences and precious fabrics.

The dominant woodwork on board of Aslec4 is whitened oak, and dark ebony which blend well in contrasting vey light fabric and by exclusive carbon fibre details, precious black chromium steel and above all by gold leaf which lines most of the ceilings and bulkheads. “ I wanted to come up with something really special for the owners- says French designer Rémy Tessier- by applying the idea of following the contours of the structure which we can perceive for what they are through the decor and fabrics, and I wanted to produce interiors which are both comfortable and functional, but also warm, welcoming and at the same time equally very personal”.

The internal layout foresees an ample galley with a dining area along the main deck beyond the saloon with a magnificent polished steel bar corner. The lower deck hosts four cabins, and as previously mentioned the owner’s suite is situated forward of the main deck in the bow. The dining room itself is situated in a very unusual place it is on the top deck and connected to the galley by way of a dumbwaiter, while an additional dining table is situated out in the open on the same deck, allowing one to chose whether to dine “al fresco” or not taking into account various parameters like the weather, surrounding view etc. Mr Tessier opted for gold leaf lining on the ceilings in such a way as to reflect natural light pouring in from the ample window panelling which produces a warm light underscored by browned polished aluminium panels like a mirror finish thanks to a Japanese technique, while the flooring is in brushed wengé which looks as if it has naturally aged due to the sun’s rays and sea.

White Carrara marble and backlit onyx adorn the bathrooms and the cabins’ bed supports shine with polished macassar ebony. Rémy Tessier also decorated the cabins with furniture from his own Shell line of furniture which he specially designed for the superyacht market.This Rossinavi bridge is an extraordinary example of pure ergonomics, beautiful, neat, clear and obviously functional. There couldn’t have been a better design or a more naval looking helm/controls station for any owner. The “retroussé” cut glass panels typical of a work boat allow to set all multifunction display screens for navigation aids and controls at a convenient angle furthering harmony with the original external lines of the bridge itself. The captain’s cabin is situated directly next to the bridge as is customary on all large yachts.