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120m Oceanco superyacht concept Amara unveiled at the DIBS 2017

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Oceanco has unveiled at the Dubai International Boat Show 2017 a new 120m superyacht concept, Amara.

Designed by the Dutch shipyard in collaboration with Sam Sorgiovanni Designs, this yacht is conceived for extended families and groups of friends, providing living and entertainment facilities for up to 20 guests.

The interior and exterior design of the vessel work in harmony to create the holistic feeling of a relaxed, well-appointed resort.

“In designing the exterior lines of Amara, I wanted to portray a very strong and muscular form that was progressive in design but with a timeless appeal,” comments Sorgiovanni.

The interior is contemporary and features natural timber, stone and textural carpets and fabrics that blend to create an inviting environment.

The lower deck opens up to reveal an expansive beach club that offers 3-way access to the sea; port, starboard and aft. This deck also includes a wellness area with banya, hammam, and beauty treatment lounge, and a cinema room for 16 people.

The main deck features a swimming pool with a spectacular waterfall that cascades down from the upper deck, a pool bar, opening balconies, and large entertainment areas.

The upper deck includes a spacious owner’s suite with private plunge pool, and an alfresco dining area for 20+ people. Located on the bridge deck is a well-equipped gym with panoramic views.

In addition to the cinema situated on the lower deck, on the sun deck there is an open-air cinema.

For young guests and those young at heart, Amara offers fun sports equipment such as a climbing wall and water slides.


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