The first collaboration between bespoke Amels and Dutch yacht designer Nick Mezas resulted with an impressive 74-metre superyacht concept. Avant-garde Full Custom concept based on Amels’ platforms provides an ultimate comfort for the guests on this long-distance going vessel. Low bulwarks and large glazed vertical surfaces mean the spacious feeling out on deck is seamlessly carried through to the interior of the yacht. A single arching line connecting the four aft decks is one of the captivating elements of the design.
Sporty grey tones on the main deck leading aft to the transom adds a sense of vigour to the design. Guests are treated to a massive 6.5-metre swimming pool on the 180 square metre main deck aft.
A feature not often found on yachts of this size is a dedicated lounging area on the yacht’s foredeck ahead of the upper deck structure. Here guests can enjoy the sea breeze and take in the views from the comfort of an oversized forward-facing seating area. A large helicopter landing pad is located on bridge deck aft.
Interior spaces are enormous, take as an example the owner’s deck that includes “his and hers’ bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes, the owner’s private office and lounge. Guests accommodation is offered over 2 Main Deck VIP suites and 3 Lower Deck guest suites. Wellness Centre and folding beach terrace are also located on the Main Deck.