Launched in June 2016, Here Comes the Sun is the latest superyacht by Amels Holland within their Limited Edition line. The 83-meter (272 ft.) yacht is also the largest ever made by the Dutch shipyard, even more, it’s the first hull from the LE 272 range and will be delivered to her owners later this year.
Here Comes the Sun boasts the works of Tim Heywood on the exterior design and Winch Design on the interior design. With a gross tonnage of 2,827, she is clearly ahead of the competition especially seeing that this is a limited edition vessel. Previously, Montkaj launched in 1995 was the largest Amels yacht boasting a length of 256 feet.
Inside Here Comes the Sun, there are five spacious decks with an accommodation for 16 guests. There is a Touch and Go helipad on the foredeck while the owner’s deck has a massive 300 square meters of space. Meanwhile, the outside decks amount to more than 900 square meters of space. The beach club for example is large enough and comes with a grand bar, sauna, steam room and a watersports room that houses two 11-meter tenders.
Furthermore, the superyacht comes with a cinema and an array of both indoor and outdoor entertainment features including two pools, and two fold-down platforms at the beach club. The main deck houses six staterooms, thanks to the 1,400 square meters of interior space alone. Additionally, the crew is made up of 26 members inclusive of the captain.
Here Comes the Sun has a maximum speed of 17 knots and 5500 nautical miles while cruising at 15 knots. The total cost for the yacht is estimated at 140 million euros or $154 million.
More information about the yacht will be revealed in coming weeks.