Developed in collaboration with Australian designer Sam Sorgiovanni, Amara features luxurious on-board accommodation for up to 20 guests, leading the yard to describe it as a resort yacht.
Explaining his approach, Sorgiovanni added: “I wanted to portray a very strong and muscular form that was progressive in design but with a timeless appeal.”
Amara’s long bow accentuates her generous proportions, but the star of the show is the superyacht beach club in the transom. This all-important area includes three fold-down platforms for easy access to the sea, as well as hammam, beauty salon and on-board cinema.
Moving up to the main deck and Amara’s guest can relax in the superyacht’s swimming pool, which includes a swim-up bar and is fed by a spectacular waterfall feature. Several balconies and large entertainment areas flank this open-air party platform.
The upper deck has been designed as a dedicated owner’s apartment with a private spa pool and al fresco dining space suitable for more than 20 people.
The superyacht gym is situated right up on the bridge deck for superb views out to sea while you work out, and the crowning glory is a cabana-style open-air cinema on the sundeck.
Further details are being kept under wraps for now, with the engine installation and cruising range undisclosed, but Oceanco claims that Amara could take guests from the Maldives to the Caribbean in the utmost of comfort.