8 things you didn’t know about the 106m superyacht Amadea

Written by Kayla Dowling

Constructed by Lürssen in 2018, the sheer size of the 106.1-metre superyacht Amadea is impressive – even more so after learning how 4,402 GT of space has been made into the ultimate, luxury-style playground. Here, we revisit Amadea and round up her best, but less-known features that you probably didn't know about.Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialYou can play golf on the helipad

Those guests who want to make an entrance can do so by arriving via helicopter onto Amadea’s 12-metre helipad right by the owner’s suite, making transfers to onshore destinations a breeze. But, when not in use, Amadea’s helideck can be transformed to host a super-fun mini golf course complete with a putting green. For those who want to drive straight out into the ocean, biodegradable fish food golf balls are used. The remainder of the owner’s deck is outfitted with a private gym, beauty centre, lounge and office space, viewing deck and an outdoor fireplace for all those to gather, relax and enjoy.Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialInvite a DJ to play on stage

The winter garden on Amadea’s sun deck leads out onto a pristine aft area. Here, the expert crew can transform the raised area into a bandstand to accommodate live entertainment for all those on board to party under the stars long into the night. During the day, guests can rest on the raised sun loungers or take a dip in the plunge pool while listening to live music with the superyacht’s bandstand’s superior sound system. As this busy space offers a lot of flexibility for entertainment, hosting and activities, it is not unlikely a crew member and the superyacht’s highly experienced team of chefs are already on standby to offer hors d'oeuvre and a cool apéritif.  Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialKeep your own lobster supply

Within the winter garden area is a formal, but light dining area where guests can enjoy a truly gastronomic meal prepared by the superyacht’s chef, perhaps of fresh lobster or shellfish from the lobster tank integrated into the dining room wall. The winter garden is a one-of-a-kind space with a special summer kitchen to create a true culinary experience. With real citrus fruit trees decorating the walls and a custom-made table from fine materials, everything about her interior is a symphony in itself.Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialTake a 5-star wellness retreat

Having been conceived, designed and built to have the most memorable family moments aboard, Amadea offers guests the ultimate opportunity for relaxation. To do so, she is outfitted with a top-of-the-range Moresque-inspired wellness centre complete with a hammam, sauna, and massage room decorated with soft and warm colours. Adjacent on her lower deck is a wellness room where guests can unwind on a fold-out balcony and day bed at water level for one of the most relaxing and discreet hangout areas anywhere on board.Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialChoose a theme for your room

Amadea’s seven staterooms, located across the bridge and main decks, have been styled with a distinct decor and adorned with the finest finishes such as silk, velvet, and marble. Each stateroom has a unique theme of which they are named after such as Emerald, Burgundy, Aqua, and Saffron. To suit the themes, coloured marbles to match the fabrics and artworks keep up the interior vision, as does the full-beam VIP suite, which comes complete with four sections, a large ensuite, private lounge and separate dressing room.Amadea yacht by Lürssen at Monaco Yacht Show 2019Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesExplore her top-secret layout

With her construction – during which she was known as Project Mistral – kept under wraps, all that was revealed since her 2016 launch was that she was designed by Espen Oeino and the construction process was overseen by Imperial. Amadea had remained a complete mystery – and only in 2019 were her interiors unveiled for those to take in ahead of that year’s Monaco Yacht Show. What was on show was like all of Imperial’s trend-setting new-build projects: a striking, unique vessel with first-class, luxury interiors that reflected a strong-minded owner.Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialTravel back in time

When the owner requested an interior that challenges the senses with a traditional yet highly sophisticated ambience, the designer’s attention went beyond the obvious. Then the call came for classic furniture from the 18th century to be added and so the team took to ensuring each loose piece of furniture was designed and custom made for the superyacht. To bring it all together, decorative elements – including the books that line the shelves and alcohol displayed behind the bar – all needed to match to create the authentic sensation of the period style that the design team was after. Of course, only the finest materials were used, such as onyx and semi-precious marbles, luxurious variants of wood and refined marquetry with bronze moulding with a 24K gold finish.Amadea yacht by LürssenPhoto: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialStream the latest blockbusters on the big screen

Knowing she was built for comfortable family life at sea, Amadea is filled with features that make daily life on board a home-away-from-home. A multipurpose room on the bridge deck aft can be used as a high-tech cinema room thanks to its large 4DX sofa chairs, phone charging points and even an old-fashioned popcorn machine. This part of the superyacht is where guests can arrange private conferences or fun games-nights for the entire family.Amadea yacht by Lürssen Photo: Guillaume Plisson / ImperialTo see for yourself, contact Imperial to arrange private tours exclusively upon request and compliance at:



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