Dutch yard Amels has launched its 55-metre (180-foot) superyacht Nomad, the latest model from its Limited Editions 180 collection.
Sporting a bespoke colour scheme envisaged by the owner, the yacht was designed in collaboration with exterior designer Tim Heywood and the Amels in-house team. According to the yard, the blue hull and anthracite grey superstructure bring into focus the “long lines of the bridge and sun decks”.
A raft of custom interiors have been implemented on board, designed by California-based boutique residential studio Bonesteel Trout Hall – which was chosen specifically by the owner and worked in collaboration with the in-house team at Amels.
Nomad’s key features include a 190-square-metre sundeck, bridge-deck sky lounge and main-deck owner’s suite, equipped with a folding balcony.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests across six staterooms, while the crew quarters can host up to 12 staff.
Rutger Dolk, Amels sales manager, noted, “The owner was looking for proven ocean-going performance so he and his family can enjoy destinations around the world.
“Creating such a bespoke yachting experience while still offering delivery in less than a year is a great compliment to our design and project teams and demonstrates how well our Limited Editions approach works.”
Construction on the next available Amels 180 has already got underway ahead of delivery in mid-2020.
Source: Boat International