Third Amels 60 Launched by Damen Yachting
Damen Yachting has launched Amels 6003, the third hull from its Amels 60 series, with the superyacht leaving the Vlissingen facilities last Friday to begin outfitting.
Featuring exterior design by Espen Øino, the Amels 60 superyacht sets a benchmark for the future vision of Damen Yachting. The 60-metre superyacht is the combined result of Damen Yachting’s heritage and its investment into innovative technology and design.
Hybrid power and propulsion technology benefits the yacht with more sustainable performance, as well as enhanced onboard comfort for the owner and guests.
Lifestyle and the experience at sea is central to the design philosophy behind the Amels 60, reflected in the yacht’s generous guest and social spaces to provide a spacious feeling throughout.
The arrangement provides ample luxurious spaces for guest to enjoy, including an expansive Sun Deck, Swim Platform, and folding Owners Suit Balcony. The foredeck is also capable of storing a 9-metre luxury tender, further connecting guests to adventures in their surrounding environment.
“It’s a proud moment to see the yacht launched successfully today,” reflected Joppe Osté, Project Manager at Damen Yachting. “She looks stunning in the winter sunshine, a true testament to all who have worked so hard towards this moment.
“I know I speak for the whole team when I say how much we are looking forward to the next few months as we work on taking the build through its final phases.”
Jorrit Pilaar, Sales Manager at Damen Yachting, echoed Joppe’s sentiments on a milestone occasion. “We are very excited to see the yacht enter the water for the first time,” said Jorrit. “With this milestone moment behind we're very keen to move forward to the next stages and prepare this third Amels 60 for this year’s yachting season.”
We look forward to sharing more updates from Amels 6003 as she enters the final stages before delivery to her owner.
"She looks stunning in the winter sunshine, a true testament to all who have worked so hard towards this moment."