The first Amels Limited Editions 272, HERE COMES THE SUN, is a family getaway machine tailored for two owners’ luxury lifestyles afloat.
With styling by Tim Heywood and an interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon, Baton Rouge is a six-deck full-displacement yacht with every conceivable luxury. This 205-foot (63-meter) yacht includes multiple salons and dining areas, both inside and out, as well as accommodations for 12 guests in seven cabins including the 1,076-square-foot (100-square-meter) master suite.
This American beauty needs no introduction. At her Fort Lauderdale debut, she hosted a steady flow of admirers and visitors who wanted to see if the long-awaited new queen of the American yachtbuilding industry. She is the largest yacht built in the United States since the 1930s and everyone wanted to see if she had hit her marks.
Built to be one of 2005’s most environmentally friendly yachts, Ice incorporates energy efficient diesel-electric power, sophisticated noise- and vibration-reduction technology and exhaust emission control systems. Tim Heywood and Terence Disdale collaborated on the design of the contemporary vessel, which was the first yacht that Lürssen fitted with Azipod propellers.
Tim Heywood and Terence Disdale collaborated on this yacht launched in 2008 allegedly for mining billionaire Alberto Bailleres. Bailleres, one of Mexico’s richest entrepreneurs has diversified investments in mining, insurance, retail and commercial real estate, and figures on Forbes’ 2012 list of billionaires with a fortune estimated at 16.5 billion.
When Carinthia VII emerged from the Lürssen shipyard in 2002, little was known about the newest born in a line of yachts by the same name. Designer Tim Heywood styled the yacht, and she bears some resemblance to Carinthia VI, designed by Jon Bannenberg nearly 30 years earlier.