Amasea to start building 25m Amasea 84

Written by Jason Spinks

Monaco-based shipyard Amasea Yachts will start building its first model: the 25.45-metre Amasea 84, as seen in the recently released photographs of the new yacht model. Construction on the first hull of the tri-deck catamaran model, which was unveiled in early 2019 after the company was founded in 2018, will start in the coming months and is due to be completed in 2021. While the shipyard projects the first hull to take around 20 months to build, subsequent hulls are estimated to take only 12 to 16 months.Amasea 84 catamaran yacht modelPhoto: Tom Serio PhotographyExterior designer Dr Albert Nazarov of Albatross Marine Design has included a spacious aft beach club, a flybridge with a lounge area, alfresco dining for up to 16 people and the possibility of a Jacuzzi. Half the deck is protected from the elements by a carbon fibre hardtop and the sun shade is equipped with solar panels which help recharge the batteries and generate hot water. In addition, the main deck features two lounges, one aft and one towards the bow. The aft lounge can serve as an alfresco dining area, party area or yoga space and the bow lounge features a U-shaped settee and table. A wide selection of toys, with storage in two garages, will be available.Amasea 84 catamaran yacht modelPhoto: Tom Serio PhotographyAmasea 84 catamaran yacht modelPhoto: Tom Serio PhotographyAccommodation includes two master suites on the upper deck. “It is remarkable to have the option of two master cabins,” comments Dr Nazarov. “Other spaces are flexible as well, made possible thanks to the catamaran’s square shape. And, of course, an owner can bring his interior designer into the project, allowing custom interior styling to create a completely unique yacht.” Four additional guest staterooms are situated on the main deck along with a spacious saloon, an office and a galley.Amasea 84 catamaran yacht modelPhoto: Tom Serio PhotographyAmasea 84 catamaran yacht modelPhoto: Tom Serio PhotographyThe 547-square-metre yacht’s 23.9-metre waterline allows it to be categorised as a small craft, which enables easier access to marinas and limits charges.



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