Amels has announced the sale of the second 54-metre Limited Editions Amels 177. The Amels 177 is an evolution of the Amels 171, with an optional touch-and-go helipad, plus a spacious “beach club” and a larger transom door for easier water-toy handling.
As with previous Limited Editions models, the Amels 177 exterior is designed by Tim Heywood. The two metres added to the Amels 171 lines enabled Heywood to enhance the grace and balance of his original design. The interior, by Laura Sessa Romboli, will be highly customised and personalised by the client, fulfilling one of the main promises of the Limited Editions concept. Clearly, the Limited Editions range appeals to clients who seek the prestige and proven quality of the Amels brand, significantly faster delivery, a unique client signature, and ultimately higher resale value.
With five projects onsite, the renewed and expanded Amels shipyard is at maximum capacity, with one Amels 171, two Amels 177s, and two Amels 212s in various phases of construction and outfitting.
Amels, founded in the early 1900s, has since established a strong, modern superyacht brand image as a premium Dutch builder, committed to high quality and client satisfaction. Amels has delivered 35 new builds and more than 40 major refits.
As current proof of the Amels brand value and recognition, in this current difficult period demand for Amels brokerage superyachts remains strong, with recent sales of the Amels 70.5-metre Boadicea, 64.5-metre My Shanti, 52-metre Lady In Blue, and 52-metre Addiction.