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The Navy Hull of Superyacht AMADEUS Melts into the Panarea Sea

21st September 2015

Last month, the converted expedition superyacht AMADEUS anchored off the Italian island of Panarea, exhibiting her impressive 70-metre (230ft) stature and icebreaker hull.

A yacht once solely bound for desolate frozen oceans, this lovingly converted 1969 research vessel combines the attributes of her spectacular stable and sleek exterior with a contemporary interior and immaculate attention to detail to make her a unique charter opportunity. With Reymond Langton Design and Zuretti at the helm of her design, motor yacht AMADEUS’s transformation was a resounding success.

From her luxurious interior, featuring Norwegian birch burl panelling, marble flooring and a central glass lift that connects three decks, to her entertainment facilities that include a cinema and a driving range from which you’re guaranteed to score a hole in one every time, AMADEUS is a ground-breaking member of the global charter fleet.

Her enticing Jacuzzi, sunbed area and numerous spots for al fresco dining and sunset cocktail sipping complete the luxurious experience on board AMADEUS, where your main concern is just where you’re going to enjoy your Michelin star-quality breakfast in the morning. 

Sleeping up to 12 guests across 7 spacious and comfortable staterooms, travelling with a notably large crew of 19, your experience renting superyacht AMADEUS is guaranteed to be a unique and relaxing one.

For more details about her availability, please get in touch with your preferred charter broker.

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