The AMEVI yacht is an impressive luxury yacht built by Oceanco, a shipyard based in The Netherlands.
They are a team of experts who integrate fine old-world Dutch craftsmanship with the sophisticated technology in every masterpiece they create.
She was the first 80-meter superyacht built by Oceanco, thus marking the yacht builder’s involvement in the said sector.
They pride themselves not only on building yachts but also on creating lasting relationships with every client.
With AMEVI’s spectacular design, she won the 2007 ShowBoats best Full-Displacement Motor Yacht Over 56 Meters in length.
Being an active superyacht, she’s most recently spotted cruising near Barbados under the Marshall Islands flag, the 5th most popular flag state for superyachts.
|Length:||80 m (262 ft)|
|Interior Designer:||Alberto Pinto|
|Price:||US $125 million|
|Annual Running:||US $10 million|
AMEVI yacht interior
AMEVI yacht’s interior was completed in 2007 by Alberto Pinto, a renowned interior designer whose works can be seen in private residences, office buildings, hotels, and jets.
He has collaborated with leading manufacturers such as Amels, Lurssen, Abeking & Rasmussen, ISA Yachts, and others.
She features a grand sky lounge that offers panoramic views with a large terrace to access the sun decks and the heated swimming pool.
Many of her opulent details are not usually seen on other yachts of her time, including a cinema, gym, massage room, hairdressing salon, helipad, and stabilized pool table.
The AMEVI yacht features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure with teak decks. She is propelled by twin diesel MTU (16V 595 TE70) 16-cylinder 4,647hp engines that enable her to cruise comfortably at a speed of 14 knots.
On the other hand, her maximum speed can reach up to 18 knots with a range of up to 6,334 nautical miles from her 294,000-liter fuel tanks.
She is equipped with at-anchor stabilizers that provide exceptional comfort levels for guests. Additionally, she can store around 80,000 Litres of freshwater for everyone’s consumption on board.
She was constructed compliant with the MCA and Lloyds Register ✠ 100 A1 SSC Yacht (P) MONO G6 +LMC UMS classification society rules.
Last but not least, she is fitted with ‘zero speed stabilizers’ that increase onboard comfort when the yacht is stationary, especially when the water is rough.
The AMEVI yacht can proudly accommodate 16 guests in 8 suites and an additional 22 staff in 10 cabins.
She comprises three VIP staterooms, one double cabin, and two twin cabins with large plasma screens on the highly desirable main deck.
AMEVI’s owner’s suite features a full-beam design and is situated on the upper deck. It includes a lounge and private outdoor space with two jacuzzis.
She is equipped with a massive array of tenders, toys, and amenities, including diving equipment, surfboards, wakeboards, kneeboards, and water skis.
The AMEVI yacht exterior is designed by Nuvolari Lenard, the leading Italian yacht design studio which developed some of the world’s most impressive yachts.
She has beautiful modern lines and striking volumes that make her draw considerable attention wherever she docks.
She was bought for US$ 125 million and had an annual running cost of around US$ 10 – 12 million.
AMEVI yacht owner – Lakshmi Mittal
AMEVI’s owner is Lakshmi Mittal, an Indian steel magnate based in the United Kingdom.
Considered the steel king of the world, he’s the 6th richest man in India and is also included in Forbe’s Billionaires list for 2021.