4You an Amels LE180 Superyacht
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Launched in 2012, the 55m motor yacht 4You (Project AAA) is the second exceptional and highly customised Limited Editions 180 vessel, developed by the prominent Dutch builder Amels. With the sophisticated exterior by respected Tim Heywood, the 4You superyacht boasts beautiful interior by Laura Sessa Romboli.
|Type/Year:||an Amels LE180 Superyacht/2012|
|Engines:||2xtwin MTU 12V 4000 diese|
|Builder/Designer:||Tim Heywood, Laura Sessa, Amels|
Amels LE180 superyacht 4You can accommodate a maximum number of 12 guests in comfort and style.
55m luxury yacht 4You (Project AAA) is powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 diesel engines.
55m Amels superyacht 4You can comfortably sleep a total number of 12 guests.
Amenities and Extras
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"Since yacht design is highly competitive, you could be forgiven for thinking that there might be some animosity between designers. But that notion is far from reality. I am blessed with being able to count on some of the world’s leading designers as close friends, among them Tim Heywood, with whom we have collaborated on various large motor yacht projects, including the award winners Pelorus, Ice and Kogo." - "Creatively, Tim is afraid of nothing and will often conceptualise ideas that bewilder shipyards." - Terence Disdale speaking of Tim Heywood, the designer of this yacht.