Approximately eight months since she was last sold, the 65.7m motoryacht Infinite Shades has been listed for sale with Burgess, with an asking price of €57.5 million.
The 2011 build, formerly Imagine, was the first Amels 212 in the Dutch yard’s successful Limited Edition semi-custom series – a series that began in 2007, with the delivery of M/Y Deniki, an Amels 171.
But, despite delivery of 25 Limited Editions to-date, it would appear that Lady Nag Nag, for sale with Burgess and Fraser Yachts, is the only other Limited Editions vessel that is publicly for re-sale at the time of writing – a positive sign of happy ownership for the yard and a very good opportunity for the seller.
“The series has been brilliant – and the Amels 212 has been a particularly popular size range,” says Dominic Millman, sales broker at Burgess. “With Dutch engineering, a high calibre design collaboration and seven very spacious guest cabins over five decks, Infinite Shades is an obvious choice for anyone seeking the ultimate private yacht or charter platform."
Infinite Shades, one of the highly-styled larger options in the series, features a low superstructure profile, styled by Tim Heywood Designs, allowing for some fantastic upper deck spaces.
With superstructures built up in a pyramid-like structure, the consequence of larger sun decks can often be a lower overall volume. But at 1,503gt – larger than the majority of vessels in her LOA range – there has clearly been no volumetric compromise.
Completing a fine yacht design partnership, the interior is by Winch Design, which has worked on a number of the larger yachts in the series and, again, apportions some very sophisticated hosting spaces.
Millman adds that six or seven Limited Editions have changed hands in the past – 52.3m Were Dreams, 54.3m Ariela and 52.3m April, twice, to name a few – but adds that the absence of current listings and the yacht’s “immediate availability” will make her a very attractive listing.