Dutch yard Amels has unveiled its 74-metre (243-foot) superyacht Sixth Sense at a private launch party in London.
The steel and aluminium superyacht, which sold in October 2018, was photographed yesterday (July 19th 2019) berthed on the River Thames.
Tim Heywood is responsible for the superyacht’s exterior design, while the owner has styled her interior.
Featuring a 1,787GT interior, Sixth Sense is set to be used for world cruising.
The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests across six cabins, as well as 19 crew members. She boasts a secluded 374-square-metre owner’s deck which features a forward-facing stateroom and full-beam relaxation and spa area.
Guests can enjoy a great infinity pool situated on the main deck, and a hot tub on the sun deck. Sixth Sense also includes a helipad located on the bridge deck.
Source: Boat International