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Here Comes the Sun Yacht-Similar and Yet Different

Here Comes the Sun Yacht-Similar and Yet Different

Delivered as part of Amels’ limited edition series in 2016, Here Comes the Sun is named after a Beatle’s song. She became the shipyard’s largest yacht to date with 83m in length. Her weekly rate ranges from1,300,000 euros.
As for luxury, you should not doubt it. The upper dining deck has an 18-seat table with automatic glass screens. A special mini-galley is added for the chef to cook on the table which is unusual and interesting.

Here Comes the Sun Yacht-Similar and Yet Different
Here Comes the Sun Yacht-Similar and Yet Different

The beach club provides a gym, wellness spa, and two overwater balconies where the guests can enjoy the sea breeze. Two massive platforms offer easy access to sports equipment. The duplex concept includes a 19sqm swimming pool on the above deck. A piano lounge, a 10 seater cinema, and a second Jacuzzi are placed on the sun deck.

Here Comes the Sun Yacht
Here Comes the Sun Yacht

A master suite with two bedrooms with stunning luxury furnishing, the guest can enjoy their stay. Whatever you desire, Here comes the sun will fulfill even your wildest dreams.
Her top speed is 17.0kn and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 5500.0 nm at 15.0kn with power coming from two 3150.0hp Caterpillar 3516 diesel engines. Up to 16 guests and 36 crew members are the accommodation that this superyacht can provide.
A showcase of yacht building, the interior design is by Andrew Winch and for the exterior design, the signature is by Tim Heywood.

For more please refer to Emporium-Yachts

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