Alfa Nero, the 269-ft. Oceanco superyacht has been listed for sale via brokerage firm Edmiston & Co. for €129,750,000 (about $190 million).

Named after Roman emperor Nero, this superyacht was designed for the stylish and powerful Lords of the seas.

She was ranked #43 in Boat International’s list of the world’s 100 largest yachts in February 2009 and is Lloyds classed and MCA compliant.

Designed by Nuvolari & Lenard and launched in 2007, the ultra-luxe yacht features over 4,000 sq. ft. of living space

She accommodates 12 guests in a master, two VIPs and three doubles plus 14 double cabins for 26 crew.

The yacht’s interior, styled by the Nuvolari-Lenard design house and Alberto Pinto, evokes the sea with furniture details that resemble pieces of staghorn coral.

The opulent master suite includes an office, a dressing area, a bathroom with a steam shower and hot tub, and a private outdoor patio with a second hot tub.

One of the yachts’ most notable features is the swimming pool on the main aft deck, one of the largest ever built on a luxury yacht.

The pool area can also be converted, through the use of hydraulics, into a dance floor, entertaining area, or even a helipad.

Alfa Nero has a range of 6,630 miles at 16 mph and reaches a speed of 23 mph.

This superyacht will be anchored off during the Monaco Yacht Show.