Making Waves: Amels Christens Engelberg

More than 400 guests attended the May christening of Amels’ Limited Edition 180 at the shipyard in Vlissingen, the Netherlands. The yacht, now known as Engelberg, has an exterior design by Tim Heywood, naval architecture by the in-house team at Amels and interior design by Enea Landscape Architecture.
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More than 400 guests attended the May christening of Amels’ Limited Edition 180 at the shipyard in Vlissingen, the Netherlands. The yacht, now known as Engelberg, has an exterior design by Tim Heywood, naval architecture by the in-house team at Amels and interior design by Enea Landscape Architecture. With a length of 180 feet (55.9 meters) and a beam of almost 31 feet (9.4 meters), Engelberg’s 14 guests will have plenty of space to relax and enjoy exploring the yacht’s fold-down balconies, spacious swim platform, large sun deck and more. Engelberg will have a cruising speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 13 knots. Jeroen Minnema of Ocean Independence in Antibes managed the construction project.

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For more information:amels-holland.com or myengelberg.com

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