Amer 136 Yacht

Amer 136

Amer 136

Celebrating their 40th anniversary in style, the Permare Group has recently unveiled a new flagship project.

Founded by Fernando Amerio as a service company, before becoming a yacht dealership, Permare finally decided the best way to sell yachts they could be proud of, was to build them themselves. Specializing in typically stylish Italian designed yachts, the Amer range was created in the 2000s, with a 116’ being the largest in their range. This fall, however, the Amerio family, in response to client demand, introduced their new project, a much larger yacht; the Amer 136’.

The new pride of Permare sports an eye-catching design with the wide body concept employed for the main deck to increase volume for the owner’s cabin. Surrounded by the suspended passageways that lead down to the main deck, the foredeck is fully devoted to relaxation with oversized sunpads and a forward lounge area. The main deck layout offers the traditional salon and dining room, day head, galley and a superb owner suite, complete with a full-scale private salon/office. The lower deck includes four guest cabins in the usual layout. Behind the transom, where the space is usually devoted to a tender garage, Permare have instead installed a beach club. The tender garage is therefore located further forward with a lateral launching system.

What on first appearance looks like a Raised Pilot House, is in fact a true third deck with wheelhouse, captain’s cabin and observation lounge. As with Permare’s previous models, the design collaboration with Verme Projects continues. The 136’ will be offered in two configurations; long range/semi planning and Sport/Planning, each with an option of two different power packages. The top speed for this all-aluminum build will range from 19- to 30-knots.

  • Builder: Amer Yachts

  • Naval Architect: Massimo Verme