The AMELS 177 has several unusual features for a yacht of her size, including a convenient helipad and a 40-square-meter beach club with bar, steam bath, and grand swim platform. At more than 600 gross tons, she was consciously designed for safe, efficient operation and lasting value.
The AMELS 177 is drawn by Tim Heywood, with a bold, elegant, and contemporary form. Below the water AMELS naval architects shaped her lines for power, seakindliness, and stability-at sea or at anchor-and transatlantic range at 13 knots, which comparable competing yachts don't offer.
The LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 171 provides endless outdoor pleasures. The large sundeck has Jacuzzi, lounge, and casual dining under the mast arch. The bridge deck's alfresco dining is for ten; the main deck and low stern beach bring you close to the
water. Two tenders stowed forward are hidden by high bulwarks. Heywood's fluid shaping of the bridge wings, engine vents, mast, and deck supports make her a timeless sculpture for living aboard.
The groundbreaking 52.30-meter LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 171 was drawn by a leading artist of our era, Tim Heywood. With his flair for elegance, he sculpted her with an alternate wide-body with full-beam sky lounge. The gifted Italian architect Laura Sessa Romboli, with the Mediterranean in her soul, rendered interiors that glow with summer-like warmth. The AMELS 171 is delivered in less time than is usual.
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