Now, Amels’ magnificent motor yacht Here Comes the Sun is giving charter guests the opportunity to explore this part of Scandinavia for themselves. Those who choose to charter her can expect kayaking adventures, UNESCO World Heritage sites of natural beauty and the Northern Lights casting emerald hues across the sky.
What’s more, there is plenty to experience on shore, where gourmet restaurants, boutique shops and awe-inspiring art galleries pepper the cities up and down the coast. From the Gothic architecture of Alesund to the pastel-toned houses lining the streets of Stavanger, there is something for the entire charter party to enjoy.
Launched in 2017, Here Comes the Sun sports interiors from the renowned Winch Design, who have created an on-board energy that balances elegance with comfort and warmth. Her main salon is convivial and relaxing, with a grand piano, bar area and bespoke art touches adding dimension to the space.
The superyacht’s 12 cabins, which sleep ten in total, are equally well-styled. Principal charter guests will be pleased to discover the owner’s apartment covers roughly 300 square metres and comes complete with a private office and direct access to the exterior deck and seating area.
There is plenty to experience on shore, where gourmet restaurants, boutique shops and awe-inspiring art galleries pepper coast.
The superyacht is dedicated to alfresco living, ensuring charter guests can soak up the breathtaking scenery of Norway from multiple places around the yacht. She boasts a large pool on the main deck aft, and a sundeck complete with an oversized spa pool, bar, dining set-up and various seating options.
If guests have the opportunity to ski on their Norway charter, they will particularly enjoy the megayacht’s selection of wellness facilities, which comprise a sauna, spa and gym equipment. In addition, they can enjoy movie nights at sea thanks to a sumptuous home theatre on the main deck.