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Spotted: Where to find the world's coolest superyachts

Spotted: Where to find the world's coolest superyachts

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Here Comes The Sun superyacht spotted

Here Comes The Sun

The 83 metre Amels superyacht Here Comes The Sun has been spotted in Rio de Janeiro (February 9) after departing from Ilheus on February 4. She arrived in Brazil at the end of January, calling first in Salvador.

Prior to Brazil, Here Comes The Sun was seen off the coast of Antilles in the Caribbean, and was also spotted last September off Gibraltar and Civitavecchia in Italy.

Delivered in 2016, she boasts exterior styling by Tim Heywood and interiors by Winch Design. Currently available for charter with Fraser, she boasts a beautiful spa, a private owner's deck and some extraordinary lounge spaces, as well as a helipad and a vast superyacht pool. It is not known where she will be heading next, but it is thought that she will be spending the summer season in the Western Mediterranean.

Pictures courtesy of Heitor Azevedo (top and bottom left) Jeff Brown (right)

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