The LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 212 is a 65.50 meter (215’) full-displacement, twin-screw motor yacht with round-bilge steel hull and aluminum superstructure.
The exterior is designed by Tim Heywood. The interior is by Andrew Winch.
It consists of three accommodations decks and a large sundeck. The general arrangement allows great variety in the use of the yacht, providing luxury owner and guest accommodations, dining, large outdoor are, generous stowage for water sports and diving equipment, swimming pool, gymnasium at sundeck and much more.
Draft, Full Load:
1,400 metric tons
Guests (incl. VIP cabin)
16 plus Captain
2 X 8.25m
Speed, Max at 100% MCR:
Range @ 13 knots:
Fresh Water Capacity:
Lloyd’s Register 100A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 LMC, UMS, SCM
Owners Suite: 45 dB(A)
Salon, Main Deck: 59 dB(A)
Salon, Bridge Deck: 54 dB(A)
Tenders/Water Sports Equipment:
Provisions for two 8.25m/ Four jet skis
Water-mist system for accommodations and engine room
Paint & Color:
The LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 212 was formulated to assure owners every opportunity for a life of effortless individualism-at sea or in harbor-within striking architectural surroundings. Heywood describes the design as being “strong, athletic, feminine, and sleek,” qualities that appeal universally to the hearts and spirits of cultured women and men alike.
The AMELS 212 external arrangement offers a variety of alfresco dining and relaxing opportunities, at every deck level, to meet modern society’s desire for personal health, well-being, and enjoyment. The glorious Sun Deck-open to the breeze, or closed by arched panels of pivoting glass louvers-allows quiet sun bed reclining or laid-back fresh air dining. The broader Bridge Deck below has a similarly large dining alcove adjoining the dramatic Sky Lounge, cooled and protected by the Sun Deck overhang shadow.
Forward on the lofty Sun Deck, the AMELS 212 provides guests with another prime social area, where water, Sun, and privacy can be taken in measured amounts. The large swimming pool with Jacuzzi, jet stream, wet-feet bar and mini-beach offer further choices for more intense workouts or totally agreeable escape. A deck below, in front of the wheelhouse, a cozy nook awaits guests who prefer to have their breakfast in quiet outdoor seclusion.
The AMELS 212 has an extended swim platform serving as an ideal outdoor Beach Club. Expansive teak decking brings the club inside where a bar, entertainment system, day toilet and shower complete the amenities. Forward of the Club is the vast water sports store that easily stows four jet skis, diving gear, two 8.25m tenders, and much more. Side-opening hatches and sturdy beam cranes simplify tender deployment. Alfresco life aboard a LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 212 assures fulfillment suitable to today’s refreshing lifestyle.
Main Deck: uncommon full-height windows, with narrow non-obstructing mullions, and a radiant dining room enclosure of crystal-clear glass, bring natural light and infinite views to guests taking their pleasures. To this, Winch ahs added overhead arches that pleasingly unify the spaces, adding a welcome sense of security and order.
The AMELS 212 interior plan is intended for majestic roominess and desirable intimacy, for owners and guests to enjoy life afloat in total harmony and contentment. Forward on the Main Deck, the full-width master suite-with de luxe bath, dressing room, and office-provides owners with restful solitude within a commanding site. The galley is amidships, linked directly to the aft salon and main dining room for convenient service.
Among the AMELS 212’s most exceptional features are two elegant VIP suites set comfortably amidships on the Bridge Deck, watch with a balcony parisien that opens the space to fresh sea and vivid sea views.
On the Lower deck, four grand suites accommodate guests. Two are planned as full doubles: two can be alternately configured as twin-berthed suites or, by removal of a central bulkhead, a third full-beam VIP suite. Forward, unusually large quarters accommodate 16 crew in 9 cabins (a unique four-person staff cabin is on the Tank Deck). A central elevator serves guests from the Lower to the Sun Deck, in parallel with a spiral staircase serving all decks. External stairs aft provide guests access from the swim platform to the Sun Deck. A dedicated stairway allows crew to move independently between Tank and Bridge Deck.
Well-Being: At the midships pinnacle of the AMELS 212Sun Deck is a full-width Sky Gym, easily reached by elevator or spiral stairs. Designed by AMELS engineers as an essential element in providing guests with vigorous health-enhancing options, the Sky Gym’s selected exercise equipment is supplemented by an adjoining steam room and day head. The Sky Gym’s broad glass doors open conveniently to the Sun Deck’s aft lounge and dining area, for a relaxed change of pace after brisk exercise.