The 49.8-metre Heesen motor yacht Amare II has been listed for sale with Florian Vinciguerra of Behnemar.
She was built under the codename Project Electra and delivered as the second hull in Heesen’s 50-metre 5000 class of aluminium yachts. As with her sistership of Home, she features a reverse bow paired with a hybrid propulsion system and is optimised for efficiency.
Her Fast Displacement Hull Form is from the drawing boards of naval architects Van Oossanen while the interior was designed by Cristiano Gatto with styling by Sabrina Monte-Carlo. Amare II sports exterior design by Omega Architects’ Frank Laupman.
Extensive use of glass is evident in the main saloon and owner's cabin, situated on the main deck. Accommodation is for a total of 12, with five more cabins on the lower deck, only used privately as the yacht has never been chartered.
Gentle pastel colours and contemporary furnishing is the theme and it makes for a calm and relaxing environment, especially when running in silent mode. Wood soles and considerable use of marble in the bathrooms complement the soft furnishings. There are quarters for a crew of 10.
A well-equipped gym and a sauna, combined with a beach club aft and Jacuzzi up top, encourage healthy living on board.
The 499GT yacht for sale has a maximum speed of 16.3 knots under twin MTU 12V 2000 M61 engines. In silent mode the vessel runs at a speed of up to nine knots. She has a range of 3,750 nautical miles at 12 knots with Naiad stabilisers to keep her steady.
Presently ABS class, for private use, the broker pointed out that she could be switched to become commercially classed should a future owner wish to offer her for charter.
Lying in Monaco, Amare II's asking price is €36,900,000 with VAT paid.