The 74 metre Amels superyacht Sixth Sense has been pictured on her maiden voyage after being unveiled at a private launch party in London.
The yacht was captured on her maiden voyage to Gibraltar. The yacht is now underway for Antibes, according to AIS platform Marine Traffic.
It comes after the steel and aluminium superyacht was unveiled for the first time moored at Butler’s Wharf on the River Thames on July 16.
Sold in October 2018, the Limited Edition 242 yacht Sixth Sense features exterior design by Tim Heywood. The owner has customised the interior to his own taste.
Sixth Sense is set to be used for world cruising and features a 1,787 GT interior. An elongated aft deck, luxury exterior spaces and a light and airy volume are key features.
Accommodation on board is for 12 guests and includes a private 374 square metre owner’s deck with a forward-facing stateroom and full-beam wellness and spa area.
A large infinity pool sits on the main deck while the sun deck features a hot tub surrounded by sunpads. A touch-and-go helipad sits on the bridge deck.
Speaking at the time of the yacht’s sale, an Amels spokesperson said the yacht would show “a different character” to previous Limited Editions deliveries.
They added: "The ability to adapt the proven platform to the client’s wishes is why our Limited Editions approach is working so well. The extremely comfortable and quiet platform with a renowned level of quality and combined with a fast delivery creates a very attractive proposition.”