The interior was designed by Francois Zuretti and uses Norwegian birch burl paneling and marble flooring to dramatic effect, accommodating 12 guests in six cabins. The master suite occupies the entire upper deck and is panelled in raw silk with two twin bathrooms, a study and a separate private saloon. The main deck has a VIP suite, two doubles and two twins convertible to doubles. On the lower deck is a further twin cabin intended for staff use but decorated to the same standard as the guest suites.
The main saloon is dedicated to comfort and relaxation, offering large sofas and armchairs, a bar and a state of the art entertainment centre including a 65 inch television screen, Blu-Ray DVD, a Marantz surround sound system and a Kaleidescape server providing on demand audio and video throughout the yacht.
Other features include a stainless steel and glass elevator from the guest accommodation to the bridge deck, a dedicated cinema room, a gymnasium and an automated golf driving range.
Outdoor rest and recreation is available on a large covered aft deck with built in upholstered bench seating and a separate teak dining table and chairs for 14 guests. Upstairs, the sun deck has ample sun pads and a Jacuzzi shaded by a Bimini top. Twin 1,850hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 16,400 nautical miles at 10.5 knots.
The asking price of Amadeus has not been disclosed.