The Superyacht Amels 199 Breaks New Ground In Style, Performance, Efficiency, Silence And “Green” Qualities

By on October 18, 2010
Amels 199

Imperial Yachts has contracted with Amels to build a 60-metre superyacht Amels 199, which follows the grand success of the Amels 171, 177, and 212.

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The exterior design of the vessel, which combines traditional features with modern, dynamic look, was created by Tim Heywood. The Amels 199 overall shape features a vertical bow, gentle tumblehome, winged decklines, and round ports. Decks are configured to maximize choices of outdoor entertainment, relaxing, and dining. The general arrangement creates easy private access from all luxury areas, including the beach club, to outer decks.

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The yacht also has “green” features including: a low-resistance hull for good fuel economy; low-power LED lighting; HUG filters to eliminate genset exhaust soot; genset energy output applied to heating fresh water throughout, reducing fuel consumption; ecologically approved refrigerants and sewage treatment plant; fully insulated glass to reduce heating or cooling loads in any outside temperature.

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The interior layout of the Amels 199 was designed by Nuvolari & Lenard. The superyacht is able to accommodate up to 14 guests. The owner’s and VIP suites can be set on Main Deck, or on Bridge Deck with doors to side decks and private beach. Three Lower Deck cabins have direct access to the beach club. The Captain, Chief Engineer, and Chief Mate have private cabins.

Specification of Amels 199:

Length Overall: 60.00 m/196.80 ft
LWL: 59.70 m/195.80 ft
Beam: 10.30 m/33.80 ft
Draught Max: 3.45 m/11.30 ft
Displacement: 1,100
Gross Tonnage: 1,045
Max Speed: 16.5 knots
Cruise Speed: 15 knots
Range: 5.000
Fuel Capacity: 149,000 l
Water Capacity: 37,600 l
Guests: 12+2 spare
Crew: 14 plus captain

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