Amels superyacht Felix sold
by Malcolm MacLean
Formerly known as Marjorie Morningstar, she is one of the famed Tigre d’Or series from Dutch yard Amels and was built in steel and aluminium with exterior styling by Terence Disdale Design and delivered in 2004. Her interior, by Alberto Pinto, features eight varieties of wood and other fine fabrics and materials.
MCA compliant, Felix has a main deck full-beam master suite with large his-and-hers bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe and large owners’ office/lounge that may be closed off from the owners’ bedroom.
Four additional guest cabins below each offer queen sized beds and en suite facilities. There are crew quarters for up to 14 in seven cabins with a generous crew mess/lounge and service areas.
The expansive saloon has comfortable seating on settees and upholstered and armchairs with glass topped coffee tables and an entertainment centre. The adjacent dining area has formal seating for 12 guests and can be closed off for maximum privacy.
Exterior areas are generous and include a large a large aft deck with al fresco dining options along with a huge sun deck complete with seating areas, sun loungers, a bar, gym equipment, Jacuzzi and sun pads.
2014 upgrades include a Lloyds 10 year special survey, new 65KW generators, new water makers, a new Headhunter waste water treatment centre, a completely new audio/visual system and a new security system. The navigation systems and bridge were updated and the interior has been completely restyled. Twin 1,200hp Cummins engines give her a cruising speed of 12.5 knots.
Felix was asking $22 million.