Delivered last month to an experienced owner, 60 metre Come Together has revealed a refined interior from the drawing boards of Winch Design. Drawing on considerable experience working with both the owner and the yard, Winch Design has created a calm, beachy ambience that borrows design cues from the natural world.
The yacht marks the first Limited Editions model with exteriors penned by Espen Øino, and is the first of five Amels Limited Editions 60 that have already been sold. She is now available for charter with Y.CO, and the firm will also oversee the yacht's operational management.
Inspired by the yacht’s geometric exterior, Come Together has an interior that feels “relaxed” while maintaining a “subtle masculine edge”. Sharp shapes, like the light fixture in the main saloon, are balanced by playful elements, like the guitar in the skylounge, which nods to the yacht's Beatles-influenced name.
Key materials include Jerusalem limestone, light bleached matte oak, light-tone walnut and bronze with a “warm, organic colour palette”. Cream fabrics and gold-toned lighting contribute to the breezy mood.
The design has been tailored to replicate “a relaxed family home on the water”, according to a representative from Winch. “For the most part, we have used pure and natural materials to emphasise the relaxed ‘home at the beach’ spirit of the interior. However, we have also added layers of surface interest to materials such as stones and timbers to create unique and tactile finishes.”
Crowning the yacht is a 27 metre long sundeck that features an outdoor cooking station with a teppanyaki grill and an extendable dining table that seats up to 18 guests for occasional dining; the space can also be set up as an outdoor cinema when the sun sets.
Guests can also make full use of a 38-square metre swim platform which provides a waterside sunbathing space and a launch pad for a selection of toys. Meanwhile, the tender garage in the foredeck can store a nine-metre limousine, the largest tender on a yacht of this size.
Elsewhere, the yacht’s accommodation has been configured to meet the owner’s needs. “We used to have five and a half cabins, we now have five guest cabins of the same size and a full-beam owner's cabin,” commented Damen Yachting.
The yacht carries an energetic crew of 14 including a personal trainer, yoga instructor, videographer, DJ, and watersports enthusiasts, ensuring she will be a popular addition to the yacht charter fleet.
Charlie Birkett, Y.CO co-founder and chief executive said: “Come Together is an exciting addition to our fleet, not just because of her groundbreaking technology and design but because of her ambitious cruising schedule, which will see her being used as a platform for surfing, diving and exploring all over the world.”
Kitted out with electrical propulsion motors, the hybrid Amels 60 has a cruising speed of seven knots and a transatlantic range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots. The top speed will be 15.5 knots. The electric propulsion will result in low noise and vibration, lower fuel, lower maintenance costs and lower emissions, according to the yard.
Come Together left the Damen shipyard in Vlissingen in March. The second hull in the series, known only as Project Witchcraft, hit the water earlier this month.