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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. The accommodation provides for 12 guests over six cabins, with an additional twin cabin behind the Master suite for children or staff.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF 4YOU: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Serene massage room ~Grand piano in the sky lounge ~Excellent balance between indoor and outdoor living areas ~Ideal luxury yacht for entertaining
The main deck aft provides a spacious outdoor area for sheltered lounging and socialisation. Two sofa and two armchairs face a coffee table ideal for casual alfresco dining in atmospheric surroundings. Two staircases connect down to the swim platform where guests can sunbathe beside the water or head inside to the beach club.
The upper deck has a large alfresco dining table designed for more intimate meals between eight guests. The shade can be extended to the stern with the use of a canopy for all-day outdoor relaxation in one of the two lounge areas to the aft, or at the central circular table that enjoys excellent rear views. An exterior staircase connects up to the sundeck aft, while in front of the helm station there is a Portuguese deck where two oversized armchairs and two sunpads face out across the bow.
On the sundeck, the forward section is raised for uninterrupted views while relaxing on one of the sun loungers. The central section contains a wet bar and an alfresco dining area to seat 12. Sheltered under the hardtop there is an outdoor gym that can be sheltered by pulling closed glass sliding doors and to the stern there is a large Jacuzzi with sunpads surrounding the stern-side section.
The lower deck layout contains a beach club with a massage room. Forward is the guest accommodation, which consists of two aft twin cabins and two forward double cabins, all with en-suite facilities. The engine room is located amidships and within the bow section is the crew accommodation, mess and facilities.
On the main deck, the full-beam Master suite is situated forward and boasts a private lounge, study, en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. Behind the Master suite is a twin cabin ideal for children or staff members. Behind the main foyer is the formal dining area and main salon, which features a sophisticated colour palette of browns and creams with dark wooden panelling adding to the ambiance.
The formal dining area has eight plush white chairs around an understated dining table and the area is flooded with natural light from the large windows running the length of the room. After a meal guests can relax on the sofa or in the armchairs while being served drinks from the beautifully lit aft bar. A disguised staircase blends into the surroundings and leads down to the guest accommodation on the lower deck.
|Beam:||9.40m (30' 10")|
|L.O.A.:||55.00m (180' 5")|
|Max Speed:||16 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 2000 @ 1450HP|
|Cruise Speed:||14 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Tim Heywood, Laura Sessa, Amels|
On the upper deck, the helm station and captain's cabin is placed forward of the foyer and behind there is a skylounge which is decorated in a lighter colour scheme than the main salon. The calming environment contains sumptuous chaise loungers, a sofa and armchair around a coffee table, with a games table placed beside the port windows. A grand piano is placed near the aft doors and the corner bar will provide refreshments throughout the occasion.
2 x MTU 2000 each producing 1450 HP allow for a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
The accommodation sleeps up to 12 guests over 6 cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins convertible to twins and 2 twin cabins all with en-suite facilities. There is also an en-suite twin cabin behind the Master suite ideal for children or staff. The crew of 13 will ensure that everyone has a relaxing and fulfilling time on board.
Amenities and Extras
1 x 7m Novurania with 220hp Volvo diesel inboard, 2 x Yamaha VX Cruiser waverunners (3 person), 1 x Yamaha superjet stand up, 2 x Seabobs Cayago VX, 2 x Wakeboards, 2 x Paddle Boards (10'), 2 x Waterskis, 2 x Donuts (1 person), 1 x Banana (4 person), 1 x Air stream (2 person), 1 x Sonar (4 person), 1 x Freestyle Cruiser Water Slide (setup 1hr, take down 1hr 30mins), Basic fishing equipment, Snorkel equipment 1 x Elliptical trainer (Syncro 700 with internet and iPod), 1 x Treadmill (Run 700 with internet and iPod), 1 x Exercise bike (Bike 700), 1 x Bowflex SelectTech Adjustable Bench and Adjustable Dumbbells (pair), 1 x skipping rope, 1 x medicine ball, 1 x pull up bar, yoga mats, free weights, 1 x Bosu ball, 1 x Swiss ball. Massage and steam room, Beach club area, Good selection of books, Beach Setup: BBQ, gazebo, 12 chairs, tables, umbrellas, sun loungers Air conditioning, Wi-fi
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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.