Frers Design

Alea 56M


Alea was conceived to sail around the world in comfort and ease at high average speeds. Open spaces and privacy were paramount together with a fresh design approach using proven technology.

A reverse bow gives the yacht a distinctive dynamic look. The resulting long waterline length allows to create a powerful slippery hullform which sails at low heel angles with a panamax rig averaging speeds above 15 knots.

We wanted to maintain 360 degrees views in all common living areas including the helm stations and aft cockpit hence the deck structure is recessed enhancing the yacht sleek looks. The metallic colour fits with her clean lines and brings out the shape essence. Every detail was designed and engineered to create a homogenous feeling of simplicity.

A huge beach club completes the deck layout at anchor. When under sail this volume contains an 8m long tender to explore the surroundings and support sport activities.

The General Arrangement show the interior and exterior salon in one level in the centre of the yacht. The natural light, protection and views makes this area a ‘feel good’ space at any time of day or night. Further forward a movie area and interior dining area a few steps below lead to the large owner’s area comprising the whole bow forward of the mast. This area includes office space and a spare cabin for long passages. Behind the salon, separate stairs provide access to the guest area on starboard and crew area on port.

Her quick acceleration under sail combined with ease of movement along the various zones together with the quiet operation and long-range capability transmits a desire for endless sailing!

technical specifications

LOA (m)56.0
DesignGermán Mani Frers
Naval ArchitectureGermán Mani Frers
Interior DesignM2 Atelier