Lili was delivered in 2017 as an Amels 180 Limited Editions model with exterior design by Tim Heywood and an interior by Laura Sessa. She can accommodate up to 13 guests across six cabins, including a full-beam owner’s suite on the bridge deck aft, with a private terrace, plus a full-beam VIP cabin on the main deck with a fold-down balcony to starboard and four further double cabins are on the lower deck, all with en suite bathroom facilities.
There is also a special emphasis on open-air access and, as a result, the owner’s suite is fitted with a folding balcony while the main deck saloon has port and starboard sea balconies. The sun deck is 25 metres long and offers 155 square meters of luxury living, as well as accommodating a touch-and-go helipad that becomes part of the guest area when not in use.
Lili also features a large swimming platform with a beach club including a steam room, sauna, gymnasium and retractable steps into the water.
Twin 16V 2000 M70 MTU engines allow a cruising speed of 13 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles.
Lying in Nice, France, Lili is asking €43,300,000.