Delivered in 2017 by Amels, the 83-metre superyacht Here Comes the Sun has been sold after being listed as a yacht for sale during the month of September. Having been showcased at both the Monaco Yacht Show and the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year, Fraser's Stuart Larsen represented the buyer and Dennis Frederiksen represented the seller during the sale.
Measuring an impressive 2,827 GT, she is the largest yacht in Dutch yard’s Limited Editions range and the largest yacht ever constructed by the shipyard. Here Comes the Sun’s exterior is the design work of Tim Heywood who is also behind the entire Amels Limited Editions range, while Winch Design was selected by the owner to create the full custom interior on board that flows across five spacious decks.
Photo: Fraser YachtsSome of the stand-out features include a large beach club area in the stern as well as a touch-and-go helipad on the flush foredeck. Powered by twin CAT 3516C engines, she can cruise at 12.5 knots and reach speeds up to 17 knots.
At the time of sale, Here Comes the Sun had a last asking price of €155,000,000.
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