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61: Amevi

Luxury full-displacement yacht Amevi is another member of Oceanco’s innovative fleet. Built with steel hull and aluminum superstructure, she owes her sleek silhouette to the design team of Nuvolari & Lenard, and her interior to Alberto Pinto. Occasionally available for charter, the yacht has six decks affording 12 guests enormous space for entertainment and relaxation.
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Amevi

LENGTH: 262ft. 6in. (80m)
SHIPYARD: Oceanco, Holland
YEAR: 2006

Luxury full-displacement yacht Amevi is another member of Oceanco’s innovative fleet. Built with steel hull and aluminum superstructure, she owes her sleek silhouette to the design team of Nuvolari & Lenard, and her interior to Alberto Pinto. Occasionally available for charter, the yacht has six decks affording 12 guests enormous space for entertainment and relaxation. A glass lobby on the main deck is a comfortable area for guests to wait before boarding tenders, Jet Skis or other water toys. The yacht is equipped with Rolls Royce zero speed retractable stabilizers and powered by twin MTU 16V 595 TE70 engines she reaches a top speed of 19 knots with a range of 5,500 nm. The yacht’s owner is London-based Indian industrialist Lakshmi Mittal who is currently listed in Forbes as the 21st richest man in the world with a personal fortune of $20.7 billion. Mittal built his fortune acquiring troubled steel companies around the world and turning them around. A successful merger in 2006 made him president and CEO of Arcelor Mittal, the largest steel company in the world. According to Forbes, Mittal’s son Aditya, his company's chief financial officer, was given responsibilities for Europe, sparking speculation about succession. His company was also commissioned for the 2012 Olympics to build the 377-foot tall Mittal-funded ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK's tallest sculpture.

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