On 30 June Amels launched its latest superyacht, M/Y Here Comes the Sun. At 83m this is the largest yacht ever built at the Dutch shipyard and, upon completion, she will become the flagship of the Amels fleet.

The fist of the Amels 272 range has been developed by the renowned British designer Tim Heywood, who has previously worked with Amels on a number projects and has a strong affiliation with the yard. As a result, her exterior profile exudes Amels signature style and effortlessly showcases the brand’s identity.

“I knew she would be stunning,” comments Yavor Nenov, the owners’ representative and project manager, following her emerging from Amels’ 215m drydock. “She’s very impressive and I think she’s a credit to the yard and all the hundreds of craftsmen working on her.”

Here Comes the Sun is a wonderful example of owners stepping up to larger yachts within the AMELS Limited Editions range,” says Rob Luijendijk, Managing Director of Amels. “Our approach gives Owners a great head start, as well as the flexibility for customisation at the highest level. It also highlights our large yacht building expertise -top quality and smooth production.”

83m Here Comes the Sun is Scheduled for delivery at the end of the year.


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