The yacht Alejandra was built in 1993 by Astilleros Mefasa for King Juan Carlos of Spain.
She is a 41 meter (136ft) ketch, designed by US designer Bruce King. Alejandra’s hull is made of aluminum, while her upper structure is made of teak. She can accommodate 8 guests and a crew of 5.
In 1996 Alejandra was acquired by Ferruccio Fiorucci. Sailing yacht Alejandra actively participates in regattas. The yacht is pictured here in Monaco. In 2016 she was put for sale asking EUR 8 million.
Ferruccio Fiorucci is the owner of the yacht Alejandra.
Ferruccio Fiorucci was President at the Cesare Fiorucci Group. In 2005 he sold 75% of the company to Vestar Capital Partners, with an enterprise value of EUR 360 million (or US$ 490 million). In 2011 he sold his remaining shares to the Campofrio Food Group, who also acquired the remaining shares from Vestar Capital. The total acquisition price according to the Campofrio 2011 annual accounts was EUR 170 million (or US$ 225 million.)
Cesare Fiorucci S.p.A., founded in 1850, is the Italian market leader in the production and sale of traditional Italian deli meats. The Fiorucci brand is exported to more than 60 countries and is internationally known as a premium Italian brand in the specialty meats sector. In 2010 the group realized sales of EUR 320 million. Fiorucci has 4,000 employees.
Ferruccio Fiorucci’s net worth is estimated at USD 400 million.