New Launch

AMELS Launches 180ft Nomad With Bold Bespoke Color Scheme

Dutch superyacht builder AMELS has just launched the 180 foot / 55 meter Nomad from their Vlissingen site. She’s the second AMELS 180 yacht to be launched this year and a worthy testament to the success of the shipyard’s AMELS Limited Editions philosophy. This approach has been AMELS’s trademark way of working for over a decade and focuses on exceptional craftmanship and a high degree of customisation which allows owners to tailor their new yacht to their own personal taste and requirements.

Like her sister AMELS 180 yachts, Nomad has a full displacement hull and a large volume which ensures both great stability and comfort for guests while at sea as well as an abundance of spacious social and living areas onboard. Her new owner worked closely with exterior designer Tim Heywood and the AMELS team to create her striking color scheme which includes a bold blue on her hull and harmonising anthracite grey for her superstructure. This chic look continues in her interior spaces which have been curated by Californian design agency Bonesteel Trout Hall on the owner’s request.

Key features onboard include a vast 1938 square foot / 180 square meter sun deck which is the perfect spot for a large family gathering or an elegant evening Champagne reception. Her interior spaces are no less impressive with her large Bridge deck Sky Lounge offering the ideal setting for a relaxed evening catching a movie or hanging out with friends over cocktails. When it’s finally time to get some rest, her lucky new owner can retreat to a gorgeous suite complete with its own private fold-out balcony.

Rutger Dolk of the AMELS commercial team commented that, “The owner and his family have been very involved in the custom exterior and interior design. Creating such a bespoke yachting experience while still offering delivery in less than a year is a great compliment to our design and project teams and demonstrates how well our Limited Editions approach works.”

Alice Longhurst

After her first taste of life at sea aged three, Alice spends her time writing about yachts, fine wine and the good things in life.

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