Amels - 212
The 65.50-meter LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 212 is a seaworthy yacht for viewing the world from a fresh, luxurious perspective. Within a handsome Tim Heywood form, interiors are envisioned by Andrew Winch in Classic style with variations. This is an opulent high-volume yacht adaptable to chartering, and a secure investment gaining value over time. The AMELS 212 can also be delivered sooner than an equivalent new custom yacht designed from keel up.
Atop a powerful, soft-riding hull, Heywood has added grace, modernity, and function, enriched by harmonious details as a gull-wing mast arch, supple sheerline, and broad windows. The AMELS 212 architecture is formulated to encourage invention of an onboard life of individualism. Heywood says the design is "strong, athletic, feminine, and sleek," qualities appealing universally to the spirit and intelligence of men and women.
Andrew Winch saw a golden chance to express his originality, dynamism, and flexibility, in an interior ideally complementing Tim Heywood's exterior. This is also in keeping with the LIMITED EDITIONS guiding philosophy of reducing production time to deliver each yacht sooner. While the fundamental architecture is essentially set, the key word here is "flexibility," as the style is adjustable in ways that meet each client's taste.
The LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 212 was conceived as a "high-volume 65 meter." Like the AMELS 171, her Tim Heywood profile is athletic, feminine, and balanced-an artistic sculpture wrapped in grace and power to give any yachtsman deep pride of ownership. The unusual hull/superstructure volume allows room for an extraordinary luxury interior. With an original classic styling drawn by Andrew Winch, the wide owner options will convert each individual AMELS 212 into an ideal oceangoing yacht to live aboard or place in charter.
This side elevation "x-ray" reveals the workings of a floating palace laid out for maximum efficiency and uninterrupted pleasure. Its prime feature is a central elevator and grand spiral staircase serving all decks.
The lowest deck, with large twin staff cabin, has ample space for a wine cellar, cold and freezer stowage, laundry and linen supplies, and is an ideal location for essential ship's electronics and mechanical services.
Main deck - lower deck:
The main deck luxury area centers on a grand foyer, with galley, pantry and crew service conveniently amidships. Aft of the engine room the huge garage stows two 8.5-meter tenders and other watersports gear.
Sun deck - bridge deck:
The extra-long sun deck centers on a full gymnasium, with Jacuzzi and wet-feet bar forward, dining and sun lounge aft. The bridge deck's groundbreaking feature is a pair of VIP suites, each with private balcon parisien.