“Here Comes the Sun” with all of its 83 metres is Amels flagship. An elegantly beautiful superyacht the interiors of which seem inspired by modern villas overlooking the sea.
“Here Comes the Sun” was delivered in 2017. Prior to being officially presented this M/Y yacht explored the North and South American coasts, calling into 20 ports between Alaska and Brazil. By the time Here Comes the Sun reached the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show event which preceded the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, the yacht had already accumulated 42,000 sea miles to underscore its ocean crossing capacities. Initialled by Tim Heywood who designed the entire Amels 242 Limited Editions platform to which this new 43 metres belongs and Flagship of this Dutch yard, this superyacht sports six decks with 2,827 GT.
The interior layout comprises 9 suites for a total of 18 berths for visiting guests and 12 when chartered and accommodation for 26 crew. The styling of the interior decor initialled by the renowned Andrew Winch studios recalls modern villas overlooking the sea and focuses on luxury hospitality in the conviviality of its enjoyable welcoming atmosphere.
Thanks to the notable volumes at play Here Comes the Sun obviously offers outstanding features like a huge lobby amidships with an awesome stairway and lift, an enormous beach club aft in the stern area, which can be larger still when the lateral sides open out from the topsides, a swimming pool, theatre and games room and a Jacuzzi plus a collection of water toys to enjoy on the water while lying to an anchor as for example a considerable slide from the Sun Deck down to the water completes the picture.
“Here Comes the Sun” of Amels uses time saving pre engineered platforms which don’t only lower costs but building times as well. There’s plenty made to measure and custom choices to be selected from according to owners’ requests regarding the interiors and exteriors as well but also in terms of design and decor provided that pre agreed technical requisites are not altered.
By Fabiano Maresca – Photos by Jeff Brown – Breed Media
The sea trial was pubblished in Superyacht 65 -Spring 2020
LOA: 83.00 m
Beam: 14.54 m
Draught: 3.85 m
Displacement fully laden: 2,400 tons
Gross tonnage: 2,827 Gross tonnes
Exterior Design: Tim Heywood
Interior Design: Winch Design
Top speed declared: 17.5 knots –
Range @ 15 knots: 5,500 nautical miles.