Global superyacht brokerage house and superyacht management corporation, Imperial has exclusively added M/Y Amadea to its impressive portfolio of vessels avaailable for sale. Referred to as a ‘one-of-a-kind vessel with a unique pedigree’, the design and technical capacities of this 106.1m Lürssen superyacht has remained a closely guarded secret among superyachting circles, making this a particularly noteworthy central agency in the marketplace.
Built under the strict and meticulous supervision of Imperial and delivered in 2017, Amadea’s elegant exterior has been created by renowned superyacht designer, Espen Øino, who set out to create a project that is sophisticated, elaborate and a true design wonder. Undeniably, from the aesthetical perspective, the brief was well and truly met, as the superyacht’s well-balanced profile and a number of attractive cues - such as the yacht’s distinctive ‘clam shell’ design on the upper decks and the sculpture of an albatross deploying its wings to underline the bow - proves.
Built under the strict and meticulous supervision of Imperial and delivered in 2017, Amadea’s elegant exterior has been created by renowned superyacht designer, Espen Øino, who set out to create a project that is sophisticated, elaborate and a true design wonder.
But the yacht, of course, isn’t just an aesthetical wonder. The technical side of the 106.1m displacement superyacht places it a cut above the rest with a range of 8,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots and a 12-metre D-value Helipad, which is equipped to handle some of the world’s best aircraft.
Powered by a robust pair of MTU 20V 4300kW engines, the yacht’s total power output is a staggering 86,000kW, which enables the 106.1m superyacht to reach a top speed of 20 knots.
Being PYC compliant, Amadea can also welcome 22 guests on board while underway, and 16 guests sleeping on board among the yacht’s eight-cabin layout, which has been designed by French designer Francois Zuretti.
In keeping with the yacht’s exclusive and secretive nature, it wasn’t until the yacht was listed for sale with Imperial, that the world was made privy to her show-stopping interior styling.
Created to be not just elegant, but flooded with natural light, Zuretti has truly defined opulence with Amadea, having created spaces which aren’t just modern classicist, but a convivial amalgamation of the world’s very finest design work throughout the yacht’s interior, in a way which avoids being ostentatious, but is instead stylish and tasteful.
First impressions of the yacht, after disembarking the custom limo tender, will lead you to her ‘welcome lobby’, which features a private office which opens on to the central staircase with access to all guest decks, including the main salon, featuring an impressive atrium that links the owner and the main decks.
With spaces reserved exclusively for the main guests on board the vessel, the owner’s deck area of Amadea’s atrium features a piano, game table, lounge and fire pit, leading on to the owner’s private apartment. One of the most exclusive areas on board sits just above the bridge, offering two guest cabins and a cinema room with a candy bar.
With a 36-strong crew, this is the epitome of service, with dedicated spa areas and a vast amount of space within the 4,402GT superyacht. And overall, the 106.1m superyacht is the epitome of fun, with an impressive line-up of tenders and toys to offer those on board with the ultimate superyacht experience.
Image Credit: Imperial / Guillaume Plisson
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