Amels Limited Editions 60 is a series of Motor Superyacht/Explorer yacht 197ft/60m superyachts built in
in Vlissingen, The Netherlands by Amels.
Created to a design of Espen Øino, Limited Editions 60 has a Displacement Steel hull and Aluminium superstructure driven by engines to a maximum speed of 15.5 knots while comfortably cruising at 13 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of l/0gal what allows a yacht to cover 4500 nautical miles without the need to refuel. Amels Limited Editions 60 has a beam of 10.4m/35ft. The gross tonnage of this Motor Superyacht/Explorer yacht Amels is 830 gross tons. That shows exactly how much interior space this yacht has.
Amels Limited Editions 60 can accommodate up to 12 people in 6 elegant staterooms to be assisted by a total of 13 crew members with 7 cabins for crew members.
The AMELS 60 is the builder’s second collaboration with Espen, following the 78-metre AMELS Full Custom by Espen Øino that is now under construction for delivery in 2021. With the AMELS 60, Espen and his team deliver nothing short of the stellar creativity and passion for detail that he has built his enviable reputation on Espen comments: The AMELS 60 is a package that no-one else can offer at this time. It’s a very well thought-through design where we incorporate all the experience AMELS has as a builder and we as designers. I think it is truly a design that reflects the future. I can’t wait to see her being built, to experience her. She will be instantly recognisable when she hits the water in 2022. AMELS naval architects, in collaboration with parent company Damen Shipyards’ in-house Research Laboratory, developed the AMELS 60’s all-new hull form. The new naval architecture provides the optimum combination of full displacement comfort with fuel efficiency.
As a naval architect and as a yacht designer I like how the AMELS 60 optimises the waterline lengths which increases the length to beam ratio, Espen continues. It is the right way to go. This is a very efficient hull form, which in combination with the hybrid propulsion, makes the AMELS 60 quite unique in this size and range of vessels.
With Hybrid by AMELS technology, the AMELS 60 offers cruising up to 7 knots with electrical propulsion motors. The system works with multiple sources of energy working together seamlessly throughout a wide operating profile. The owner benefits from very low noise and vibrations, lower fuel and maintenance costs, while reducing harmful emissions.
The AMELS 60 has a future-proof hybrid package that our clients can rely on, Rose explains. No full displacement superyacht of this size can match the AMELS 60’s comfort, quality and efficiency in such a cost-effective design. We developed pragmatic technology that works invisibly in the background to deliver maximum efficiency, minimum impact on our environment, with the widest operating flexibility.
AMELS invited the team at Studio Indigo to create a design concept for the AMELS 60 interiors. Founded in 2005 by Creative Director Mike Fisher, the London-based studio specialises in architecture, interior design and yachts. They bring over 15 years of design experience within luxury super-prime land-based projects, both in the UK and internationally.
Comprising a skilled team of 50 designers and architects, Studio Indigo brings a fresh new approach to the yachting industry and has recently captured the market’s attention with their award-winning innovation – including two World Superyacht Awards.
We refined the GA to make the space as ergonomically efficient as possible, generating a layout that seeks to maximise the perception of space and flow, Mike Fisher explains. This was achieved by opening up the views and vistas between spaces to make them feel bigger, lighter and brighter. The interiors are chic and contemporary, using a rich variety of fabrics and textures throughout, allowing the guests onboard to experience different atmospheres that surprise and delight as you walk through the AMELS 60. Consistency of materials, architectural detailing and form means spaces flow easily into the next, thereby creating the illusion of endless space.