Imperial Yachts has announced its appointment as central agents for the 52m motoryacht Kiss The Sky, its fourth 40m+ new central agency listing in three weeks. The Amels build is available for viewings in Miami and is priced exclusively upon application.

Kiss The Sky was constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure at the Dutch yard’s facility in Makkum in 2001. She features the entire design work of Terence Disdale Design, which has delivered 11 superyachts between 46 – 78m at the Dutch yard since 1993 – 21.4 per cent of its delivered fleet. The uncomplicated and very open exterior design offers large deck spaces with an assortment of seating areas.

Her original interior was opulently refitted by Patrick Knowles in 2009, who made use of high-end crafted woods and fabrics throughout her 609 gross ton internal capacity. She has accommodation for 12 guests over five staterooms, comprising a full beam master on the main deck with a dressing room and a study, two VIP staterooms forward on the lower deck and two twin staterooms (with additional Pullman berths) also on the lower deck.

Kiss The Sky, with its twin Cummins KTA 38 M2 engines and large 106,000-litre fuel capacity, offers a range in excess of 5,000 nautical miles at a relatively high cruising speed of 12 knots – an attractive feature for those wishing to undertake longer-range cruises. 

The other yachts that Imperial Yachts has added to its sales roster over the last several weeks are the 40.2m Princess Yachts build, M/Y Solaris; the 47m Heesen build, M/Y Ariadna; and the 43.1m Italyachts build, M/Y Elsea­ – all of which will be either on display or at anchor at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show from 28th September – 1st October.

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