Spotted: Amels 212 superyacht Sea Rhapsody captured in the Seychelles


Sea Rhapsody in the Seychelles

Image courtesy of Ocean Independence

The 65.7 metre Amels superyacht Sea Rhapsody has been spotted anchored in the Seychelles. Currently available for charter through Ocean Independence, Sea Rhapsody will remain in the Seychelles until April 2021. The Tim Heywood-designed yacht was built by Amels in 2012 and features accommodation for a total of 14 guests. 


Kaos Off the Coast of Gibraltar

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The 110 metre Oceanco superyacht Kaos has been spotted on her maiden voyage off the coast of Gibraltar. It comes after the yacht was redelivered following a year-long extensive refit at Lürssen. Previously named Jubilee,  Kaos was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco to a design by Igor Lobanov and first delivered in 2017 


Gene Machine in New York

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The 55 metre Amels superyacht Gene Machine has been spotted arriving into New York. Owned by US scientist Jonathan Rothberg, Gene Machine was delivered in 2013 and was designed by Tim Heywood. Accommodation on board is for a total of 14 guests and 16 crew. 


Black Pearl in the Port of Amsterdam

The 106.7 metre Oceanco sailing superyacht Black Pearl  has been spotted arriving into the Port of Amsterdam. Delivered in 2018, Black Pearl was designed by Ken Freivokh and Nuvolari Lenard. On board accommodation is for a total of 12 in six guest cabins. 

Image credit: Tom van Oossanen

Amaryllis in Portsmouth, UK

The 78 metre Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht Amaryllis has been spotted berthed beneath the 170-metre-tall Emirates Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, UK. Sporting a navy blue hull, Amaryllis first hit the water in 2011and was designed inside and out by Reymond Langton, featuring Art Nouveau-inspired interiors, a five-metre sundeck swimming pool and a beach club gym. Amaryllis is offered for charter with Hill Robinson

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Belka in Bodrum, Turkey

The 39 metre Tansu superyacht Belka has been spotted in Bodrum, Turkey. Delivered last year, Belka features naval architecture penned by Diana Yacht Design and can accommodate a total of eight guests and five crew members.

Image credit: Riza Tansu

Lady Lara in Newport

The 91 metre Lürssen superyacht Lady Lara has been spotted in Newport, Rhode Island. Built under the codename Orchid, Lady Lara was designed inside and out by Reymond Langton and launched in 2015. With a top speed of 18 knots, Lady Lara can accommodate a total of 14 guests on board with 19 crew.

Image credit: Yachts of Newport/ Andy Sakovits

Excellence in Fort Lauderdale

The 79.95m superyacht Excellence, built by Abeking & Rasmussen and delivered in 2019, has been spotted in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Excellence's "iconic and futuristic" design was penned by British studio Winch Design, which handled both the interior and exterior of the yacht. Accommodation on board is for up to 14 people with 23 crew members.

Photo Credit: Ron Raffety

Dilbar in Southampton

The 156 metre Lürssen superyacht Dilbar has been spotted at Southampton's Town Quay. Delivered in 2016, Dilbar has a total interior volume of 15,917GT. Elsewhere, the yacht features a 180 cubic metre swimming pool that is believed to be the largest on any yacht. The yacht's 30,000kw diesel electric power plant gives Dilbar a cruising speed of 22.5 knots.

Image credit: Ashley Overton

Project Electra in the Netherlands

The brand new 50 metre Heesen superyacht Project Electra has been spotted entering the entrance of Rotterdam Harbour. It comes after Heesen announced the sale of the 49.8 metre superyacht, which is the second hull in Heesen’s 50 metre 5000 class. Project Electra was launched in March this year.

Image credit: Tom Van Oossanen