Following our exclusive bird’s eye view coverage of Heesen Yachts’ 45 metre superyacht Amore Mio last month, we invite you on board the the most powerful sports yacht ever built in the Netherlands for a sneak peak in to this fast paced cruiser.
Omega Architects came up with an angular and exciting sporty exterior design that leaves little doubt as to the performance capabilities ofAmore Mio. On the other spectrum of her 30 knot top speed is welcomed range of 2,750 nm while maintaining 12 knots, that enables comfortable cruising between ports in the Mediterranean, or island hopping in the Caribbean.
The yacht’s interior is the work of designer Cristiano Gatto, and is a mix of style and sophistication, with luxurious fabrics and warm wood paneling creating a cosy environment for her guests. “Cristiano Gatto has done a really splendid job on the interior. It’s a very comfortable yet contemporary design for a summer use boat,” comments Amore Mio’s Captain, Tripp Hock.
Amore Miofeatures a traditional five cabin layout, with a grand master suite forward on main deck that houses comforts such a large corner sofa and vanity table on port side. Remaining cabins consist of two double and two twin cabins, located on the lower deck.
The large flybridge area has been specifically designed to facilitate the owners’ daily morning yoga sessions. This space provides a wind-free corner to escape while still being able to enjoy the surrounding views. “The massive deck spaces both on the main deck and flybridge make you think you are on a much bigger boat,” Hock continues.
Amore Mio is currently for sale through Heesen USA at an asking price of €28,700,000 excluding VAT. Follow as we bring you an in depth look into Amore Mio in one of our upcoming Superyacht of the Week features.
Photos by Kurt Arrigo and Emilio Bianchi
The SuperYacht Times iQ 2018 Report
Did you know that in 2017....
- 180 new yachts over 30 metres were sold
- 149 new yachts over 30 metres were completed
- 443 yachts over 30 metres were under construction
- 30% of the yachts under construction were available for sale
- 20% of the yachts were owned by clients from the USA