Ilona Amels 73.81 m Superyacht
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Motor Yacht Ilona was a milestone launch by Amels Shipyard of Holland in 2004, being a truly custom yacht measuring 73.81 metres (or 242 ft) in length overall. Yacht Ilona was launched by Amels in Makkum, the Netherlands and she has also refitted in 2006, and subsequently in 2012. Redman Whiteley Dixon designed the yacht's flowing exterior and was also employed to create the yacht's interior design. Yacht Ilona was built with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. She has a beam of 12.10m (39.70ft) and a 3.60m (11.81ft) draft and she is built to comply to MCA and LR standards. She sails with an Australian flag and Ilona can accommodate a maximum of up 16 guests, in 6 cabins, whilst cruising overnight and she also accommodates up to 28 crewmembers. Each of her twin engines Caterpillar Inc Model 3516B DITA diesel engines produce 2,635 horse power or 1,965 KW giving her cruise speed of 16 knots.
|Type/Year:||Amels 73.81 m Superyacht /2004|
|Builder/Designer:||Redman Whitely Dixon, Redman Whiteley Dixon Design, Redman Whiteley Dixon, Redman Whiteley Design, Amels|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, EUROPE, Australia, Directory|
Superyacht ILONA is the forth yacht called ILONA which was built and launched for the same owner who is an Australian citizen. M/Y ILONA is the largest of the four yachts built, so far, and was the inspiration of Amels shipyard in-house team, Redman Whitely Dixon and also the yacht's owner(s). Her exterior design is unique with her flowing, balanced and naturally inspired lines and she stands out as being able to be easily identifiable due to her one of a kind good looks and also her formidable size (being one of the the world's top 100 largest private yachts). In addition to numerous luxury yacht amenities, this boat also boasts a cinema, a massage room and a gymnasium. ILONA has been awarded as the Most Innovative Motor Yacht and The Best Motoryachts Over 43 Meters awards.
Another interesting feature of motor yacht Ilona, and indeed one of the greatest design and building challenges, was how and where to incorporate the yachts large helipad and helicopter hangar. The was eventually successfully achieved through innovative design and creativity and without compromising her structure, lines, look or functionality. ILONA IV has the full retractable system of opening doors, on her aft deck, which has been installed to allow a helicopter to land and be stowed in a fire-proof hangar below deck. Overall, superyacht ILONA is a very successful and exceptional motor yacht which combines excellent sea going capabilities with superb design features.
Ilona can accommodate a maximum of up 16 guests, in 6 cabins, whilst cruising overnight and up to 28 crew.
Amenities and Extras
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"One of the most important elements for us at RWD is the personal relationships that we forge with our clients. It is also critical to us to ensure that designing and creating with that RWD partnership is a very, very enjoyable journey. So when visiting our unique studio, this might mean helicoptering in to stay in one of England's very best Country house spa hotels, the nearby Lime Wood, and perhaps enjoying riding in the New Forest, fly-fishing on one of the best chalk streams in the South, all things frankly which have nothing to do with yacht design, but add to the memories of the creation of that yacht. The more pleasurable we can make the whole design experience, the more valuable the journey is." - British superyacht designers Redman Whiteley Dixon.