Dutch shipyard Amels has launched its largest yacht, the 83-metre semi-custom Here Comes the Sun.
The elegant, feminine exterior of this boat was designed by Tim Heywood and her interiors were created by Winch design.
She is very impressive and I think that can be credited to the yard and all the hundreds of craftsmen who worked on her»," said owner representative Yavor Nenov during the launch ceremony.
Amels managing director Rob Luijendijk noted that the owner of Here Comes the Sun already had a yacht from the Dutch yard, but wanted a displacement vessel of a larger size.
Measuring 14.54 meters in width, the six-deck mega-yacht has an impressive 2827 BRT of interior volume. She accommodates 8 guest cabins and accommodates a crew of up to 27.
All seven guest cabins have been accommodated on the main deck where the passengers enjoy plenty of natural light thanks to the large windows.
The main deck also features a 5.5m pool with easy access from all guest cabins. The yacht has a spacious beach club area of 87 square meters with a spa and foldable terraces aft and starboard and a water toys storage that can hold two 11m tenders and four jet skis.
Guests have 900 square metres of open deck space available for conversation and al-fresco dining.
A pair of Caterpillar engines delivers 3,150 horsepower, pushing the 83-meter yacht to 17 knots. At a cruising speed of 15 knots, Here Comes the Sun has a range of 5500 nautical miles.