A 60 metre superyacht named Madame Kate is the second Amels’ superyacht in its Limited Editions 199 range. She is also the first Amels superyacht to be completely finished in a stunning pearl effect paint system. In sunlight, the lustrous coating on this Amels 199 yacht brings the Tim Heywood design to life with each and every radical line and contour brilliantly illuminated.
The interior accommodates 12 guests in six cabins: the full-beam master suite is on the main deck, two VIPs are on the bridge deck, and a double and two twins are on the lower deck. She can also accommodate 15 crew.
In addition to a wonderfully designed interior, the guests have the opportunity to enjoy many other exciting benefits. She has eight meters long tender, in addition to six meters long MOB tender, to be launched through two doors on both sides of the front part. The assortment of water toys consists of several jet skis, while the heliport is on its elegant bow.
This yacht is equipped with two Caterpillar 3512C engines, which have 1500kW each. This means that Madame Kate yacht can develop a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 13 knots. Otherwise, this yacht boasts Amels Heat Recovery System, which uses the residual energy from the engine, for heating systems elements yachts, such as Jacuzzis.
Alexandre Grendene Bartelle is the owner of the yacht Madame Kate. Together with his twinbrother Pedro, he founded the shoe empire Grendene.