Built in steel and aluminium to a design by Tim Heywood, Plvs Vltra was delivered in 2016 as the first Amels Limited Edition 242.
Plvs Vltra can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins, comprising a master suite on a dedicated owner’s deck, two VIPs on the main deck and three guest cabins on the lower deck. The full-beam master suite has a central bed and access to the foredeck from doors either side of the windows. A spectacular hand-painted and embroidered silk wall covering of birds on a blossoming tree was designed by Winch Design and produced by Fromental. Additional accommodation can sleep up to 18 crewmembers.
Her classic, elegant interiors were penned by Winch Design and inspired by the grand hotels on the French Riviera. In Plvs Vltra’s main saloon, there are pillars, hand laid with moon gold leaf, customised Italian upholstery in ivory velvet by Pozzoli of Milan, crystal-based lamps with silver leaf and silk shades by Baldi, as well as a bespoke silk and wool carpet by Winch Design with Tai Ping.
Below is an impressive spa that sits amidships on the lower deck and houses a spa pool, massage area, steam room, bar and sauna with a fold-down balcony to starboard. On deck, Plvs Vltra boasts an aft swimming pool with counter current jets for lap swimming and adjacent sun loungers for drying off after a morning swim.
Power comes from two diesel engines offering a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 5000 nautical miles when cruising at 12.5 knots. She's MCA compliant and Lloyds registered.
On display at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show, Plvs Vltra is asking €94,900,000.