How to Dock a Superyacht - Starring Superyacht 'Alfa Nero'

How to Dock a Superyacht - Starring Superyacht 'Alfa Nero'

It's not easy docking a 81 metre/267 feet megayacht - as shown above in the efforts of multi-award winning superyacht 'Alfa Nero''s crew to navigate a berth in Port Vauban, Antibes.

The footage of Alfa Nero demonstrates just how much manpower and precision is needed to co-ordinate a superyacht docking in a harbour. As many as 9 of Alfa Nero's crew are needed to carefully berth her between 74m/241ft M/Y MOGAMBO and 78m/257ft M/Y AMARYLLIS. One crew member is seen in contact with the Captain over radio to accurately complete the manoeuvre.

Ranked in the Top 100 largest luxury yachts in the world and currently 22nd biggest available for charter at a rate starting at €840,000 per week, motor yacht Alfa Nero is one of the most popular members of the global charter fleet.

Her onboard luxuries span across 4,000 square feet (370 m2) of living space, with highlights on board including a 12-by-38-foot (3.7 m x12 m) glass-bottomed swimming pool which can hydraulically convert into a helipad or dancefloor and opulent, monochrome interior design - by Alberto Pinto and Nuvolari & Lenard.

She provides comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 lavish staterooms, including a master suite, two VIP staterooms, a double cabin and two twin cabins - an elevator provides easy access across her floors.

For more information about renting M/Y Alfa Nero, please contact your preferred charter broker.

demonstrates just how much manpower and precision is needed to co-ordinate a superyacht docking

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