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CLOSING 2019 WITH A BANG: HERE COMES THE SUN SOLD Stuart’s sixth deal in 2019

Exciting end-of-year news: Here Comes the Sun, the largest AMELS ever built, has been sold in an in-house Fraser deal with Stuart representing the Buyer. This is Stuart’s sixth deal in 2019, the second largest by LOA after the 85m LURSSEN Areti.

Built by AMELS as “The Head of the family”, Here Comes the Sun is a “celebration of the luxury experience at the highest level – a sublime combination of comfort, style and uncompromising design”.
The 83-metre superyacht is not only the largest AMELS yacht built to date but also the first AMELS 272 from the yard’s successful Limited Editions range. And the records don’t stop there. The design collaboration between AMELS, the exterior designer Tim Heywood, and the interior designer Andrew Winch goes back 30 years to the Jon Bannenberg days.

Built by experienced owners, the build was completed in only 2.5 years and delivered in 2017. At 2827 GT and counting six decks, Here Comes the Sun has more than 1,400 square metres (15,069 sq ft) of interior. The levels of finish, the lack of noise and the lack of vibration is remarkable throughout.
Among the most eye-catching features are a large Beach Club that opens on three sides, the Main Deck swimming pool and the Sun Deck party space with jacuzzi and open kitchen. Here comes the Sun carries a wide range of water toys, tenders and a huge waterslide from Sun Deck.

Here Comes the Sun was asking Eur 155,000,000. For more information contact Stuart at at +1 954 328 6553 or stuart.larsen@fraseryachts.com . 
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