Superyacht Gene Machine in Mykonos, Greece
Launched as Engelberg in 2013 at the Amels shipyard in the Netherlands, and commissioned by a Swiss-based family, the yacht was recently sold and renamed Gene Machine. She is designed as one of the most customised yachts in Amels’ Limited Editions 180, designed by Tim Heywood. She features a contemporary interior by Enzo Enea & Focus Yacht Design, and a charcoal grey hull and characteristic orange waterline, making her instantly recognisable. Her custom beach club is rather unique, and is decorated using a mosaic technique to depict a scene from the underwater animation film Finding Nemo. Here she is captured moored in Mykonos, Greece.
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