150' 11" (46.00m)

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ALEKSANDAR VII - 2010 150' 11" SANLORENZO 46Steel
Sibenico Croatia
€13,800,000 EUR

The 2010 150' 11" SANLORENZO 46Steel Cruising Yacht ALEKSANDAR VII is a yacht for sale located in Sibenico, Croatia.

ALEKSANDAR VII is a popular 46 metre Steel series that has only been used privately. Boasting a Francesco Paszkowski interior, she accommodates 10 guests in 5 cabins including a full beam main deck master suite. ALEKSANDAR VII is a prime example of a superb long-range motor yacht from this renowned shipyard. The beach club arrangement was hailed as a masterpiece of design when launched.

The 46Steel model is a five-deck semi wide body Super Yacht with a steel displacement hull and aluminium superstructure. Her layout is inspired by the interior of larger Super Yachts to ensure on-board spaciousness and avoid any compromise for the comfort of the Owner and his guests.

ALEKSANDAR VII has a very spacious salon and sky lounge for a yacht of her size with large exterior decks that are perfect for dining, relaxing or entertaining.

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LENGTH 150' 11" (46.00m)
ASKING PRICE €13,800,000 EUR
BUILT 2010
BEAM 30' 9" (9.35m)
MX SPEED 17 Knots 20 MPH
LOCATION Sibenico, Croatia
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Sanlorenzo 46 Steel Super Yacht ALEKSANDAR is a 46 metre, three deck displacement hull yacht, with a semi-wide body, with high tensile steel hull and 5083 aluminium superstructure. Motor yacht ALEKSANDAR VII was launched in February 2010 and was delivered to her owner in early summer


The exterior design of super yacht ALEKSANDAR VII is by Viareggio Division Style department of Sanlorenzo. Captivating and extremely well balanced, it provides maximum light to the interiors and is perfectly in line with the design philosophy underlying   displacement yacht range. The 46 Steel represents the evolution beyond the 38m mark and a perfect continuity with SD92 and SD122, also reflected in the design of the great glazed surfaces running along the sides of the main deck, and in the distinctive “whisker” at the aft section of the superstructure.

The interiors of this 46 Steel motor yacht ALEKSANDAR VII  are designed by  , who worked in close collaboration with the owner and was also responsible for the interior decoration of M/Y ALEKSANDAR VII, and her highly sophisticated interior lighting system that uses indirect lights to create environments characterised by “falls” of light along the walls and unique atmospheres.


For the 46 Steel, Sanlorenzo was inspired from the interior layouts of larger yachts in order to ensure significant volumes and avoid any compromise in terms of comfort and space aboard. To achieve this result, Sanlorenzo Technical Department designed a large hull with bulbous bow and open stern that is providing the required interior volumes. The hull was tank tested in Wageningen, confirming high performances, optimal stability and trim, limited roll and pitch, as required by the MCA certification standards.  The gross tonnage of the 46 Steel is 499 GT, a value that permits to simplify rules and systems, compared to the rules required for the commercial vessels over 500 GT. Among the strong points of 46 Steel is the series of terraces overlooking the sea without any obstacles or aft barriers hiding the view of the landscape.


Comfort aboard Sanlorenzo’s Super Yacht ALEKSANDAR VII is ensured by a highly sophisticated construction technique, typical of the best yachts, known as box‐in‐box. Each interior space consists of a self-supporting shell, a “floating” box connected to the structure through elastic and anti-vibration materials placed in between to dampen and cut off all vibrations and noise.

Under lower deck

A significant design feature of 46 Steel, for the first time in a yacht of this size, is the under lower deck, a further deck situated below the lower deck. It consists of a central tunnel running from the engine room to bow, and housing the technical areas (stabilizer fins, bow-thrusters and machinery) and the service areas (laundry, with 3 washing machines and 3 driers, ironing board, and refrigeration zone with freezer and cold storage rooms). Usually this tunnel is tight and narrow even in larger yachts. On 46 Steel it is high enough to walk through, simplifying system checking and maintenance. The under lower deck has an additional access to the engine room, enabling the Chief Engineer to inspect the area without forcing him to cross to the main deck,

Lower Deck

The garage of 46 Steel, located by beam and large enough to accommodate a big tender, has a starboard door, to take full advantage – both internally and externally – of the vast stern area that houses the Beach Club – a fitness area complete with fitness equipment (SPA) and a dedicated bathroom. The Beach Club of the luxury yacht ALEKSANDAR VII looks onto a huge bathing platform, with the floor at the same level, with no steps. From the main deck you can reach the Beach Club through two stair cases: outside from the cockpit and inside from the salon. Walking along the lower deck towards the fore section we find the accommodations for the guests. In the first yacht, super yacht ALEKSANDAR VII, the cabins were designed according to a traditional layout, as requested by the owner, with two VIP cabins and two twin bed cabins, positioned in the centre of the craft and provided with luminous windows. The crew’s quarters, located in the bow, are very comfortable and include a galley, with a dinette, four double cabins each with own bathroom with shower, accommodating eight crews. The captain’s cabin is located on the upper deck. The crew zone develops upwards, in the direction of the upper decks, which can be reached through a wide service stair providing a dedicated route for the traffic of the crew.

Main deck

Guest’s on-board Super Yacht ALEKSANDAR VII can move up and down the different decks through a splendid glass staircase positioned in the centre of the yacht that rises up from a veritable foyer. There is no dining room on the main deck of this first 46 Steel motor yacht ALEKSANDAR VII, (it is moved on the upper deck): as requested by the owner, the dining area has been eliminated to leave room for an enormous salon, furnished with sofas and armchairs that provide an elegant conversation and relaxing zone. The access to the cockpit is through a bar area delimited by automatic sliding doors. The cockpit is furnished with plush L-shaped sofas arranged around a table and has stairs leading down to the Beach Club. As we move forward toward the bow, we come across a service area, on the port side, housing the pantry and the professional galley; on the starboard side; instead, we find the foyer with the main stairway. From the foyer, proceeding to bow, we pass by the day toilet, and reach the owner’s suite that includes the master cabin, an office and a large walk-in closet. The full beam master cabin is impressive for its size and has a private bathroom with a relaxing zone and a whirlpool tub. Two symmetrical stowage facilities have been provided on the exterior of the fore section of the main deck, with room for a jet ski and a rescue boat.

Upper deck

On the steel Super Yacht ALEKSANDAR VII, the central stairway leads to the upper deck, where another great salon is delimited by large glazed surfaces on all sides, affording a 360-degree view of the sea. The windows can be opened to change the room into an open-air environment. Here is where the owner required the dining room: a round table for 14 people is surrounded by huge glass round sliding doors and that open fully for an “al fresco” meal. The salon is equipped with a bar counter and, in front, a comfortable L-shaped sofa and a coffee table. The 46 Steel wheelhouse, includes the pilot area and a separate radio room. The captain cabin consists of a double bed and a bathroom with shower. Outside the wheel house on the flying bridge decks two consoles, port and starboard, containing the main controls, engines and thrusters, allow the captain to manoeuvre with good visibility on the sides.

Flying bridge

The fifth bridge of 46 Steel motor yacht ALEKSANDAR VII is a remarkable flying bridge, for its size and for the typical Sanlorenzo hard-top that reminds the continuity between past and present. The aft section is devoted to the sun, the central part houses an open-air dining zone, furnished with an oval table for 14 people and a dedicated bar counter. In the fore part is a whirl pool and the sundecks. To delimit the outdoor areas aboard 46 Steel, here and on the decks below, instead of the classical steel tubes usually fit on this size yachts, Sanlorenzo opted for specially designed glass partitions that do not obstruct the view of the surrounding sea, offering a suggestive, highly emotional view of the panorama that can be enjoyed from the deck.

Engine room

The 46 Steel super yacht ALEKSANDAR VII is powered by two Caterpillar 3512B outputting 2,040 HP (1,500 kW). Electric power on board is produced by two 115 kW Norther Light and one 20 kW emergency gen sets. The fuel tanks have 45,000 litres capacity and 57,000 litres on request. Water tanks have 16,000 litres capacity with a daily production of 14,000 litres assured by a double Idromar watermaker system. The tank tested design speed of 17 knots was not only reached at 2/3 load, but by-passed of .30. The endurance at fast cruising speed of 15 knots is 2,000 miles, while at 12 knots rises to 4,000 miles, to become more than 5,000 miles at 10 knots. The engine room was specifically designed for an easy maintenance of all the systems. This area is sided by a control room where are concentrated all the electric panels and switches.

Engines – 2 x Caterpillar – CAT 35121B

Gearbox – 2 x ZF – Marine transmission

Engines hours: 3500 (01/12/2020)

Engines serial n°: CAT - S2J00468, S2J00475

Engine year: CAT model 2007


RPM AND FUEL FIGURES                                             


22% -   650 RPM -   70 L  -  8.0 KN – Min

28 % -  700 RPM - 100 L  -  8.6 KN

44% -   900 RPM - 160 L - 11.0 KN

47% - 1000 RPM - 190 L - 12,0 KN

50% - 1100 RPM - 250 L - 13,5 KN

56% - 1200 RPM - 330 L - 14.5 KN

60 % - 1250 RPM - 360 L - 14.9 KN

63% - 1300 RPM - 390 L - 15.1 KN

80% - 1500 RPM - 500 L - 16,3 KN

97%-1610 RPM - 760 L-17,0 KN - Max


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:                                                 


ASEA – Electrical converter

Generators – 2 x Northern Lights 115KW overhauled July 2020

Emergency generator: Northern Lights 67KW overhauled July 2020

Air-condition – Condaria




Dishwasher: Electrolux

Microwave: Miele

Owen: Zanussi

Hub: Zanussi

Deepfry: Zanussi

Grill: Zanussi

Fridge: Zanussi

Deep freezer  

Radio: Philips


Washing machine: x 3 Miele

Dryer Machine: x 3 Miele

Fridge: x 3 -

Deep Freezer: x 1





Dishwasher: Electrolux

Microwave: Miele

Owen: Zanussi

Hub: Zanussi

Deepfry: Zanussi

Grill: Zanussi

Fridge: Zanussi

Deep freezer  

Radio: Philips


Washing machine: x 3 Miele

Dryer Machine: x 3 Miele

Fridge: x 3 -

Deep Freezer: x 1




TV antenna: KNS - 80 cm

SAT Internet antenna: KNS – 60 cm

TV Samsung: x 3

TV AD Notam: x 4 (cabins)

Amplifiers: ONYX

I pad’s: TV Control system

Navcomm system: Control unit





Ultra-Fog: Firefighting system

Liferaft: x 5 Zodiac

Lifejackets: 25

Emersion suits:  x 22



TENDERS AND TOYS:                             


Tender: Williams 505 YEAR 2020



REFIT JOBS LIST 2019 - 2020                  


- Main switchboard overhauling

- ABS 10 years class renewal 

- New Asea shore power converters 

- Main engines 10 years overhauling 

- Baroscopic analysis of main engine cylinders 

- Main generators 10.000 h overhauling 

- Propeller balancing 

- Emergency generator maintenance 

- Captain cabin shower repair 

- SD awning mechanism repair 

- Oily water separator maintenance 

- Fuel separator repair 

- Monitoring system screen replacement 

- Garage door repair 

- Garage door gasket repair 

- Anchor windlasses overhauling 

- Jet ski crane hose replacement 

- Navigation lights replacement 

- Navnet repair 

- Monitoring system repair with new PC 

- Repair of the leak in the SD hatch 

- Bridge wind screen replacement 

- Underwater lights repair 

- Gangway refurbishment 

- Steering system control and alarm check 

- Propellers and shaft dismounting and re-installation 

- Propeller shafts dye test 

- Rudder dismounting check and re-installation 

- Tanks opening and check 

- Main bilge pump overhauling 

- Main fire pump overhauling and replacing

- Portable emergency fire pump overhauling 

- Forepeak back-up pump overhauling 

- Hamann sewage treatment system overhauling 

- Ceiling dismantling to the decks thickness 

- Anchor chains replacement (2 x 120m) 

- Hull plates thickness measuring 

- Stbd stabiliser fin hydraulic valve fix 

- Hinge’s replacement of the external UD cabinet 

- Main engines RPM counters replacements 

- Ultra-fog 10 years class overhauling

- Repair of the sliding doors of the gym

- Megger test

- Through hull valves removal, test and re-installation

- Main engines and generators through hull valves removal, test and re-installation

- Main engines exhaust valve overhauling

- Hull valve replacement

- Caulking replacement of the perimeter of the balcony

- Shaft seal refurbishment

- Fresh water tank repaint

- Oil, oily water waste disposal
52. Portable fire extinguisher
 53. Life-raft maintenance

- Radio battery renewal

- Two new ice-makers

- New bimini top on the sundeck with new motor

- Sandblasted and painted: 2 freshwater tanks, grey water tank and black water tank

- Two new mechanical seals on the shafts

- Fixed water leakage on the upper pantry and sundeck

- Fixed water leakage on the forward crew cabin

- Service on the Jacuzzi, including replacement of the faulty parts

- New sensors on the garage door and adjustment

- Electronic chart update

- Rudder reparation on the second pump

- Hydraulic adjustment and sensor replacement on the platform

- New spectra line for tender and jet ski

- New wind instrument on the bridge

- New Navionics software on Maxsea

- Naiad stabilizers system (replacement of the faulty electronic parts) installed new extra display

- Corrosion and rust removal from all bridges and lockers

- Painted all bilges from bow to stern

- Painted all outdoor lockers

- Painted all floors in the engine room

- Pained jet ski garage

- Teak on all decks are sanded

- Sunbeds and outdoor chairs varnished wooden parts

- Air-condition system, replaced water heater on boiler 1p

-Two new batteries for each Generator

- All on-board pumps are replaced or overhauled
80. Painted stern

- Painted black part on main deck

- New all outdoors cushions and covers

- Disinfection and cleaning of all air-condition fan coils and UTA system

- Disinfection and cleaning of fresh water, grey and black piping lines

- Disinfection and cleaning of kitchen hood line

- All new mattresses for guest and crew

- New indoor sofas and chairs

- New 2 Tv antenna’s including TV-AV system

- New Sat internet antenna including Internet WIFI system



- Engine - smaller reparation and service 

- Black - grey water pipe line - cleaned

- All air-condition fan-coils are cleaned

- Kitchen duct ventilation is cleaned

- All new TV audio video systems (indoor - outdoor)

- New sundeck tend

- Repainted leather in wheelhouse

- New lines and fenders

- All new bead sheets and mattresses for guess and crew

- New crew carpet

- Painting suggested to be done in October 2021













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