Designer Espen Øino describes Amadea's superstructure as "a clamshell arrangement" - a comment that makes more sense when you see the aerial view of the boat.
Amadea's two custom Windy tenders were also penned by Espen Øino, the designer responsible for Amadea’s exterior lines. There are clear echoes of the mothership in the lusciously rich woodwork and the use of fine leathers.
The pool on the aft deck is a real statement, its sunpads appearing to float above the beach club. The teak filigree work by Germany’s Wolz Nautic uses laser cutting to inlay ornate, multicoloured patterns in the decks.
The sundeck is the “party area” says designer Espen Øino. To that end the pool can be converted into a stage for bands or DJs, and equipment can be plugged into the yacht’s audio system.
Amadea's two large-scale dining areas differ markedly in atmosphere. The grand table on the main deck offers awe-inspiring sea views over drop-down bulwarks,
The top deck dining area has the feeling of an orangerie or a winter glasshouse, again with an outstanding view at the end of the table.
The staircase could be part of the grandest palace.
“Authentic classic” was a key part of the brief that interior designer François Zuretti received from the owner, who also specified that he wanted classic furniture from the 18th century. The result is regal, certainly, but warm too, as can be seen in the main deck saloon.
The main deck saloon features a spectacular bar and aft deck beyond.
Cosy, private spots were a priority of designer Espen Øino.