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Launched in 2016, motor yacht Amadea in imposing 106-metre mega yacht. She was built by the world-renowned German shipbuilder Lurssen and designed by Espen Oeino. Previously known as Project Mistral, yacht Amadea is one of the largest superyachts in the world.
With a beam of 17 metres, Amadea boasts luxury living spaces spanned over 5 decks. She was built to Lloyd's Registry classification and has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
|More Yacht Info:||Project Mistral|
|Builder/Designer:||Lurssen, Espen Oieno|
|Charter Locations:||Italy, Madagascar, New Caledonia, Florida, Brittany, Guernsey, St. Lucia, Dubai|
Amadea has a huge helicopter pad located on the bow and a massive swimming pool at the aft. A large number of luxury facilities and amenities are also present onboard.
Luxury motor yacht Amadea is believed to be able to accommodate at least 12 guests overnight, assisted by a highly professional crew.
Although confirmed details have not been revealed yet, Amadea is believed to feature accommodation for 12 guests on board.
Amenities and Extras
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"People who charter a yacht tend to want as many experiences as they can in a short space of time. It’s essentially a vacation in compressed format, so the yacht needs to collaborate with you in that. You need lots of different places to eat on board, so every day offers something different. The yacht also needs to make getting ashore easy, for meals on the beach and excursions, so it feels like you never do the same thing twice." - Espen Øino