amels 60 superyacht come together yacht for sale

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A closer look at Come Together following CA change and €6M price drop

19 February 2024 • Written by Dea Jusufi

Now listed with Edmiston's Alex Busher and Charles Carveles, Come Together is the only Amels 60 on the brokerage market today and has recently received a €6,000,000 price drop.

Delivered in 2022, the 60-metre superyacht marked a milestone for Amels as the first example of a fresh collaboration with Espen Øino. And the series has only grown from strength to strength since, with the seventh Amels 60 well on its way to delivery and BOATPro recording four more models currently under construction.

"When looking at what is available on the market today, there is limited inventory in the 55 to 65-metre sector," explained Alex Busher. "Even more so when it comes down to high quality top pedigree shipyards such as Amels."

Soon to make an appearance at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, BOAT takes a closer look at Come Together ...

1. Her beach house-inspired interiors

Interiors are owed to Winch Design, who had a clear vision of what the owner wanted, having previously collaborated on the 83-metre Here Comes the Sun. The result is a warm, lived-in aesthetic that incorporates Jerusalem limestone, touches of bronze and playful elements (like the guitar in the skylounge, a nod to the yacht's musical namesake). Her central, four-level staircase is inspired by Japanese joinery and composed of more than 100 slats joined together without glue or fixings.

2. Her three-part owner's suite with ocean views

Come Together's trademark, trapezium-shaped windows were designed to maximise natural light. Each room onboard Come Together is bright and airy, but none so much as the owner's cabin. The space is arranged with a separate lounge, eel-skin office and folding balcony that becomes a seven-square-metre terrace when at anchor. The bathroom is fitted out with Portoro marble, a custom-designed hammered-bronze basin and antique brass fixtures.

3. Her 27-metre-long sundeck

Come Together achieved over 18 weeks of charter in 2023, making her "one of the most successful charter yachts in the world", according to Charles Carveles. And the biggest crowd-pleaser is her 27-metre sundeck, arranged with a raised sun lounging space, a Jacuzzi, a bar and an extendable, 18-person dining table protected from the elements. As the sun sets, the space can be transformed into an open-air cinema or a party area with DJ decks.

Bonus feature: The yacht carries a crew of 14 including a personal trainer, yoga instructor, videographer, DJ and watersports enthusiasts.

4. Her waterside amenities

A 38-square-metre swim platform is the perfect launch pad for Come Together’s selection of toys, including a nine-metre Limousine tender – the largest tender on a yacht this size. Accessible via the guest cabins, the beach club features an ice bath and sauna concealed behind decorative frosted glass. There is also ample space for gym equipment. 

Bonus feature: Come Together has a helicopter landing area situated above the wheelhouse. The deck has been strengthened to permit a helicopter with a maximum take-off weight of 3,000kg, opening up the possibility for extended exploration.

5. Her hybrid propulsion system

Come Together's hybrid propulsion has been "overshadowed" by the new Amels 60 model but "is in fact a very sophisticated system that results in serious savings on fuel", according to Alex Busher. The superyacht's engine room is far larger than that of her predecessor (the Amels 180). Combine that with a vertical bow, peak-shaving battery bank and two shaft generators and the yacht delivers less noise, lower vibrations and improved fuel efficiency.

The superyacht is finalising some warranty work in anticipation for her appearance at the Palm Beach International Boat Show. 

Come Together is now asking €59,950,000.

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