The 52.3 metre Amels motor yacht Lind is back on the market with Burgess after a change in ownership last year.
Built in steel and aluminium to a design by Tim Heywood, Lind was delivered in 2010 as the sixth model in the successful Amels 171 series. She has been well-maintained throughout her life by her longstanding crew and underwent an extensive refit and 10-year Lloyd's class survey in May 2020.
Ascending from the swim platform to the main deck via twin staircases, guests are greeted by banquette seating and coffee tables before stepping into the main saloon through sliding glass doors. A large, L-shaped sofa takes centre stage with a dining table forward and a staircase to starboard that leads to the lower deck guest accommodation.
An interior by Laura Sessa sleeps a total of 11 guests in five en suite cabins, comprising a full-beam master suite, three doubles and a twin cabin with a Pullman berth. A further five cabins sleep a crew of 13.
Lind has a warm and natural palette of colour, pairing light and dark glossy woods with grey and beige soft furnishings. This is also reflected throughout her exterior, only this time with added pops of orange and bright blue.
Lind has a large sun deck concealed by curvy raised bulwarks that swell up alongside the mast arch to create an area that is shaded and protected from the wind by glass doors. With a generous-sized pool and sun pads forward, a bar in the centre and sun loungers aft, this deck provides the full range of outdoor relaxation.
The bridge deck, on the other hand, has full walk-around side decks that connect the Portuguese deck that wraps around the bridge to a secondary open-air entertainment area aft.
Twin 1,408hp MTU diesel engines give Lind a top speed of 15.5 knots, a cruising speed of 13 knots and a transatlantic range of 4,500 nautical miles. Zero speed stabilisers ensure comfort at anchor and underway.