Motor Yacht Amaryllis by Abeking and Rasmussen, Reymond Langton Design: Reviewed
This wonderful Reymond Langton designed superyacht was delivered in 2011 by the large German yacht builder, Abeking and Rasmussen. The Amaryllis really stands out from the crowd with its magnificent interior and exterior. She was designed with inspiration from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Belle Epoque eras making her a superb, luxurious superyacht. Along with looks comes functionality. You can easily enjoy cruising on board this beautiful vessel in comfort as she boasts two sets of twin Quantum zero speed stabilisers to ensure a smooth ride.
With a maximum speed of 16.5 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 4,300nm the Amaryllis is the ideal superyacht to charter. She has a spectacular profile when at sea or at anchor with her white superstructure and navy blue steel hull.
The captivating interior
In the main saloon, you will see floral marquetry on the furniture, ceiling and walls. Furniture is cream and compliments the honey coloured sycamore wall panels. These have amazing curves which were created by the renowned cabinet makers from the UK, Silverlining. A formal dining room is situated above the main saloon and has a circular Ziricote table. There’s room for 12 guests to sit comfortably around the table situated underneath a glitzy crystal and bronze chandelier. Glass doors open from this room onto a semi-al fresco dining area. View the rest of the review here…