Launched in 2012, the 48m motor yacht Aslec 4 is a beautiful displacement vessel, built by the prominent Italian shipyard, Rossinavi. Featuring wide external aft spaces as well as a distinguishing vertical stem, the Aslec 4 superyacht is designed by well-known Studio Spadolini, with interior design by Remi Tessier.
Rossi Navi luxury yacht Aslec 4 offers spacious and comfortable accommodation to up to 10 guests. She is managed by an impeccable crew of 9. Her lovely interior boasts precious woods such as oak and ebony, while having accent elements in carbon, black chrome, and goldleaf colours as well as textures.
Luxury yacht ASLEC 4 won two awards at the Showboats Design Awards 2013 for Exterior Design & Styling Award: Displacement Motor Yachts 100′-199′ and Interior Design Award: Displacement Motor Yachts 100′-199′, and she was a finalist in the Best Displacement Motor yacht of below 500GT (30m to approximately 49.9m) category.
Guests arriving by tender will board via the swim platform and ascend the broad staircase up to the main deck aft, where they will be greeted by a wide open space containing two sofas and chairs surrounding a coffee table.
The upper deck aft is perfectly suited to alfresco dining and spending time outdoors on hobbies and pastimes: A circular table under the sundeck overhang seats up to four guests in the shade. There are also two raised tables, a continuous C-shaped sofa along the stern and four additional chairs for meals and conversation while enjoying elevated views of the surroundings.
A sunbathing is located on the bow and consists of a broad sunpad and a forward seating area with dining table.
On the sundeck, the aft section is covered in sunpads and there is a circular Jacuzzi that enjoys views panoramic aft views. Forward, there are two oversized armchairs either side of the raised helm station sofa.
The lower deck contains a tender garage in the stern with the engine room in front. Amidships is the guest accommodation, which use a colour scheme of white and gold and consist of two double cabins and two twin cabins, all with en-suite facilities. The crew accommodation is located in the bow area.
The full-beam forward Master suite provides occupants with a lounge, walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom. The main salon shares the same pale panelling and goldleaf accents found throughout the accommodation for a laid-back daytime atmosphere and sophisticated night-time ambiance. Guests have a choice of seating for relaxation, games and refreshments from the wet bar. The formal dining area is located on the upper deck and seats up to eight guests for a lavish meal shared with family and friends.