The groundbreaking 52.30-meter Bel Abri (Almels 171), was launched recently by Amels.
The tri-deck superyacht was designed by renowned Tim Heywood, who sculpted her with an alternate wide-body with full-beam sky lounge. The interior design was created by Italian architect Laura Sessa Romboli.
Bel Arbi has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. She features large sundeck with Jacuzzi, lounge and casual dining under the mast arch. The yacht has two tenders which are stowed forward and are hidden by high bulwarks.
Bel Abri is light and spacious inside. Joinery of maple bleached oak, sycamore or similar light woods, are contrasted by darker wood framing the lighter color for dramatic effect. Twelve guests can be easily accommodated in five suites with extreme comfort and luxury.
The top speed of the yacht is about 15.5 knots, while cruising speed is 13 knots.
Specification of the Bel Abri:
Length Overall: 52.30 meters – 171.50 feet
Length Waterline: 46.90 meters – 153.80 feet
Beam, midships: 9.00 meters – 30.00 feet
Depth, Midships: 4.90 meters – 16.00 feet
Draft, Full Load: 3.15 meters – 10.30 feet
Displacement: 650 metric tons
Guests (incl. VIP cabin): 12
Crew: 12 plus captain
Tenders: Two 5.50 meters
Speed, Max. at 100% MCR: 15.5 knots
Speed, Cruising: 13.0 knots
Range @ 13 knots: 4,500 nautical miles
Fuel Capacity: 115,000 liters - 30,380 US gal
Fresh Water Capacity: 17,000 liters -4,500 US gal
Gross Tonnage: 628
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