A virtual tour and previously unseen images have been released of the 83m/272ft motor yacht ‘Here Comes the Sun’, revealing what it’s like inside a superyacht that costs more than a million euros to charter each week.
The largest Amels superyacht to date, Here Comes The Sun has been one of the most exciting launches of 2017 so far and, after joining the global charter fleet at the end of March, is one of the most impressive yachts on the entire charter market.
She is her owner’s fourth yacht, all of which have been named after famous tracks from The Beatles. These include the 47m/157ft motor yacht ‘Let It Be’ from Heesen and the 66m/215ft IMAGINE, a fellow Amels build.
Available from €1,200,000 per week plus expenses, Here Comes The Sun is reserved for only the most exclusive guests but, thanks to the release of a virtual tour, a closer look can be taken of both her luxurious deck areas and her exquisite interior designed by Winch Design.
As the tour unveils, the renowned British Design Studio has created a unique, contemporary interior defined by pale woodwork, a colour palette of sort corals and browns, and the extensive use of rare and beautiful materials for a truly spectacular finish.
Among the highlights is an expansive master stateroom, which spans across the forward section of the master deck. Sliding doors on each side of the suite allow natural light to flood inside and the principal charterer is treated to incredible ocean vistas.
The remaining nine staterooms can be taken in too. These include two VIP suites, two VIP suites which can transform into four cabins and three additional cabins. No staterooms are on the lower deck, meaning no guest goes without natural light.
Also wowing is the huge main salon, where a sumptuous seating area is joined by a handsome piano and sleek bar, while aft is circular dining area flanked by a curved glass door for an indoor-outdoor dining experience.
Not to be forgotten is the beautiful beach club equipped with a lounge area and bar to starboard, which leads to a drop-down side terrace where guests can get close to the water without disturbing those accessing the extensive water toy collection from the huge swim platform aft.
There is even a wellness and spa centre here, with a gymnasium equipped with Technogym equipment to port. This section also benefits from a drop-down terrace, so after a hard work out, guests can take a dip into the gorgeous waters of their cruising grounds for a refreshing cool down.
Other deck areas include a sundeck with a Jacuzzi forward, bar, covered dining area and ample lounging options. The opportunities for eating outdoors continue with a huge table on the bridge deck aft, while another show-stopper is the huge swimming pool on the main deck aft.
Drop-down side balconies enable guests to get close to the water without disturbing those accessing the water toys on the huge swim platform aft
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