4 reasons to buy Amels superyacht Grace
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She's a best seller

With timeless styling and global cruising capabilities, 52.3 metre Grace is available on the brokerage market for the first time ever, listed for sale with Imperial Yachts. Privately-owned and never made available for charter, she is offered in pristine condition. Take a closer look inside this modern classic and discover her on board highlights…

Grace was delivered in 2009 as one of the Amels 171 Limited Editions series with exterior design by Tim Heywood, which is one of the world's best-selling superyacht series to date. Among her credentials, she has a range of 4,500 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots and is fitted with zero speed stabilisers for total comfort when at anchor. Plus, her large interior volume of 649GT ensures plenty of room for comfortable cruising.

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Beautiful interior styling

Designed by Nuvolari Lenard Studio, Grace boasts timeless interior styling, with white oak and light capria leather contrasting richer dark colours reflected by wengé wood. Large windows let in plenty of light, while custom-made fittings provide original detailing throughout. The large main saloon has an adjacent dining area with formal seating for 12 guests that can be closed off for maximum privacy, while the the full-width saloon on the upper deck turns into a cinema for a cozy movie night on board.

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Impressive accommodation

Grace can accommodate up to 12 guests in six well-appointed cabins, including an impressive full-beam master suite on the main deck complete with a dressing room, office and swivel television. As well as another double situated on the main deck, there are four en suite guest cabins on the lower deck comprising two doubles on the starboard side, and two twins to port. The aft cabins are interconnecting – an ideal compromise for guests with children.

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Vast exterior spaces

With generous exterior deck space, Grace is made for those who enjoy the outdoors. Guests can tuck into lunch al fresco on the spacious aft deck or head down to the swim platform where the crew can launch an array of water toys for a morning of on-the-water fun.

Sunny afternoons are best spent up on the sun deck, featuring a bar, a shaded dining area and a Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads. From up here guests can enjoy beautiful panoramas of their chosen cruising grounds. There's also a lounge on the main deck aft, and for those looking for a little more privacy, morning coffee or sunset cocktails can be served on the Portuguese deck just forward of the wheelhouse.

Grace is listed for sale with Imperial Yachts with price on application. For enquiries or more information contact sales@imperial-yachts.com or click here.

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