Hitting the water in June, Here Comes The Sun is one of the most exciting launches of the year so far. With graceful exterior lines penned by Tim Heywood and a magnificent interior from Winch Design, this Amels build is one of the most impressive yachts on the charter fleet.
Charterers looking for a winter escape can now experience her inimitable style and luxurious facilities for themselves while cruising the beautiful waters of the Caribbean, the Bahamas or Cuba.
When it comes to luxe outdoor areas in which to relax, dine and socialise, guests are spoilt for choice. One of the daytime hubs is sure to be the inviting recessed pool on the main deck aft, but the open beach club below with fold-down platforms to port and starboard is always a top spot among those on board.
There’s a steam room and sauna here too, and those looking to unwind will also be at home on the sundeck. Sunpad nooks allow yacht-goers to relax in privacy, while a spa pool surrounded by cabanas and loungers offers a more social setup for laid-back get-togethers with friends and family.
Cocktails can be served from a bar and glamorous dinners can be enjoyed around a central table. A second alfresco dining area on the motor yacht, meanwhile, seats up to 24 guests on the upper deck aft and, unusually, is connected to a galley so diners can communicate directly with the talented on-board chef.
The wonders of luxury yacht Here Comes The Sun continue into the interior where Winch Design has fulfilled the brief to create a ‘calm, beachy atmosphere’. To do this, a palette of warm browns, cream fabrics, gold toned lighting, bronze panels and curvaceous furniture have been used.
In the main salon, a circular dining area for 16 leads forward into a central lounge complete with a long bar and piano forward. Carved silk and wool carpets and natural oak panelling ensures all who step aboard are enveloped in the utmost tranquility and comfort.
The wonders of Here Comes The Sun continue into the interior where Winch Design has fulfilled the brief to create a ‘calm, beachy atmosphere’
The upper deck is dedicated to the principal charterer. A white marble-clad lounge provides a place to chill out aft complete with a curving balcony, while the huge master cabin spans across the forward section, featuring an office with a balcony and access onto the helipad which, when not in use, serves as a private terrace.
Completing the accommodation line up are five guest cabins on the main deck forward. Although, two of these staterooms can be divided by soundproof sliding doors to bump the number of cabins up to seven. Up to 12 guests can sleep on board during a private yacht charter.
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