New level

After two years in construction, Italian shipyard Rossinavi has announced the delivery of the 49.70-metre superyacht M/Y Lel.

06 August 2020


Designed by renowned design firm Luca Dini Design & Architecture, which was responsible for both the exterior and interior styling, M/Y Lel is the first collaboration between Rossinavi and the Florence-based studio.

“The owner’s main request was to emphasise the open spaces to make the most of the open air and water. I believe I achieved this objective because Lel is like an actual terrace overlooking the sea, un pied dans l’eau where nature meets technology,” says Luca Dini.

Completely built in aluminium, Lel features a dynamic silhouette evident in both decks and hull. A standout feature of Lel is the generous size of her main common areas compared with other superyachts with similar gross tonnage.

Lel also boasts a large beach club. When the side and stern doors are lowered, interiors and exteriors merge into one vast and comfortable entertaining space, featuring an indoor bar area where the tender can also be accommodated.

An adjustable area of the yacht, the beach club also includes a garage that can be isolated and managed separately by closing the automatic door on the staircase leading to the main deck.


Here, the cockpit provides a double usage thanks to its raised panoramic area that overlooks the second bar, ensuring maximum privacy without sacrificing entertainment space when the staircase is closed off.

The upper deck features a dining area that can be transformed into a private and protected environment with a removable veranda. This innovation features outdoor heating lights and a room airconditioning system that allows for the boat to be enjoyed throughout the year and in different weather conditions.

At the top of Lel is the sundeck. Pointing toward the horizon, it is equipped with a dedicated bar station and fitted with sunbathing and relaxation areas by the pool.

Indoors, the main saloon features refined luxury interiors, which combine contemporary design furniture, elegant textiles, precious leathers and bespoke finishes for a tactile perception of timeless elegance.

The owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck and is of generous size. In order to increase the comfort of this area, a large walk-in closet has been installed and the cabin also features a private balcony directly suspended on the sea. Adjacent to this suite is a VIP stateroom. On the lower deck, there will be four well-equipped guest cabins.

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 nautical miles.



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