Luxury superyacht Lel is a striking 49.70 m (163′ 1″) vessel with a stylish and innovative design constructed by the Italian shipyard Rossinavi. Launched at the shipyard last saturday, the yacht features naval architecture by Arrabito Naval Architects while her exteriors and interiors were both designed by Luca Dini Architecture & Design. Details on accommodation and amenities have yet to be released by the shipyard.
The beach club in the stern of the lower deck features a fold-down transom door that creates a spacious swim platform for sunbathing.
The main deck aft is laid out with sofas, coffee tables and sun loungers for relaxation in the sunshine. The upper deck aft has a similar lounge setting to the main deck aft, while the foredeck offers a large sofa with two coffee tables and a plunge pool with sunbeds to port and starboard.
The sundeck aft is filled with sun loungers while the central section shaded by the hardtop provides alfresco dining and a wet bar for refreshments. The sundeck forward is in the sunshine and has a large step-in Jacuzzi surrounded by sunbeds on the starboard and forward sides.
Powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M93L engines, motor yacht Lel can reach a top speed of 23 knots. At 11 knots she has a range of 4,000 nm.