To be built in steel and aluminium with exterior design by Tim Heywood, she will be the fourth hull in the Amels 212 Limited Edition range and is scheduled for delivery in 2019 with an extended main deck aft and a large beach club. British design studio Winch Design has been appointed to style the interiors.
“This sale highlights the enduring value and top quality of Amels Limited Editions yachts,” said Amels sales manager Rose Damen. “With the proven naval architecture and engineering already in place, we can start steel-cutting straight away and she will be delivered in less than three years.”
This is Antoine Larricq’s second Amels project sold in 13 months and he comments: “I am extremely proud to have signed another new construction project with Amels. The shipyard has proven its ability to adapt the 65-metre Limited Editions line in accordance with the client’s wishes. I would like to thank our client and his captain for an enjoyable long-term collaboration and look forward to a continuing positive and constructive relationship with the Amels team.”
In 2011 Amels delivered the first Amels 212, Imagine (now renamed Infinite Shades), whose owner was also represented by Fraser Yachts. VF Yachts, the in-house Project Management division of Fraser Yachts, will undertake the project management of the vessel and has already been working closely with the owner and the Amels project team.