It has been announced by the Dutch yard Amels that delivery of its 180 ft yacht Lili, which is a limited edition will follow a christening event at the Vlissingen of yard headquarters on 23rd of June.
It was sold by Imperial Yachts in April 2016, who also provided construction and representative supervision of owner services throughout the build, Lili is the part of the Limited Editions of Amels 180 collection. The yacht will now move to Norway to start her first charter voyage. After that it will spend the winter season near Thailand while cruising in the Indian Ocean, according to the Plain Sailing website.
The yacht has been built from the aluminum superstructure and a steel hull to Registry standards of Lloyd and MCA compliant. The exterior styling of it’s has been done by Tim Heywood, and the interior décor has been created by designer Laura Sessa while working within a 707GT of total volume. The color of the yacht is described as Castle Tan by Imperial Yachts.
The yacht has the accommodation capacity of 12 guests that can split in all six staterooms. It includes the cabin of the owner of the bridge deck, two twins present at the below decks, and three doubles. The crew quarters in the yacht allows 12 staffs.
Coming to the key features of the Lili, then it includes, folding balconies, which is a multitude, a private aft deck that give access to the suite of the owner, and an extended sundeck super yacht, which covers the complete area of 175 square meters. The deck space has been used to accommodate a swimming pool of four-meter.
The power in the yacht comes from a pair of 1,308hp MTU 16V 2000 M70 engines that operated from diesel and help in attaining the top speed of 15.5 knots.