Delivered in 2013 and last sold by Torrance Yachts in 2020, Kamalaya is one of the most highly specified yachts for sale in the Amels 180 Limited Editions series.
Her curvy exterior comes from the boards of Tim Heywood, while her fully custom interior is the work of Rémi Tessier. The design team opted for a clean, sophisticated theme with lacquered white offset by rich royal blue.
The colour palette is enhanced by a continuous connection to the water, which is evident in fold-out sea terraces and generous alfresco areas.
There is a pair of balconies on both the port and starboard sides of the main saloon, as well as a portside balcony in the owner’s suite. Here, guests can enjoy morning coffee or evening aperitivos while overlooking the ocean.
A flexible five-cabin layout accommodates 10 guests, with a full-beam owner’s cabin that comes complete with its own office and large en suite with double sinks and a sea view bathtub.
Opportunities to unwind al fresco can be found across her decks, with a sweeping sundeck that has its own jacuzzi, sit-up bar, shaded dining area and sofa seating flanking the amidships portion of the deck.
There is also a set of sun pads and sunloungers, while additional dining and lounge areas are located across the yacht’s aft decks.
Kamalaya has a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 15.5 knots, with a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots. She had a major refit in spring 2018 including a five-year Lloyd's survey and a full repaint.
Kamalaya is now asking €31,500,000 with VAT paid and is lying in Genoa.