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Here Comes The Sun Yacht

The 83.0m Here Comes The Sun yacht was built in 2016 by Amels. She features an exterior design by Tim Heywood and an interior by Winch. She cruises at 15.0 kn and reaches a top speed of 17.0 kn. She can sleep up to 18 guests taken care of by a crew of 25.

Dimensions

Overall length 83.0m (272'4")
Length at waterline 75.67m (248'3")
Beam 14.54m (47'8")
Draught max. 3.85m (12'8")
Gross tonnage 2827
Full load displacement 2400

Build

Port Vlissingen
Country Netherlands
Year
2016

Materials

Hull
Steel
Superstructure
Aluminium

Design

interior Winch Design
naval Amels
exterior Tim Heywood Design Ltd.

Vessel details

Type Motor
Class Lloyd's Register
Hull type Mono hull yacht
Hull configuration Displacement
Number of decks 4
For charter Yes (18 guests)

Accommodation

Number of guests 18
Max. charter guests 18
Number of crew 25

Performance & capabilities

Max. speed 17.0 kn
Cruise speed 15.0 kn
Speed/range 15.0/5500 n/M
Fuel capacity 250,000L (66,043.0g)
Water capacity 75,000L (19,812.9g)

Propulsion

Type Count Manufacturer
Propellors 2

Engines

Manufacturer Model Type Year RPM KW HP Count
Caterpillar Inc 3516C Diesel 2350 3151 2
Total 4699 6302

Sales info

The 83.0m Amels motor yacht Here Comes The Sun is currently not listed for sale.

Sales info

The 83.0m Amels motor yacht Here Comes The Sun is currently not listed for sale.
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Here Comes the Sun yacht in Barbados
Amels 272 hull 8300 in build in Vlissingen

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