All yachts

Grace
Motor yacht
Price on request
Amels | 52.3 m | 2009
Akula
Motor yacht
$ 10,950,000
Amels | 59 m | 1974
Altair
Motor yacht
Amels | 59 m | 1974
4You
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2012
Marla
Motor yacht
Amels | 50 m | 1999
Maria
Motor yacht
Amels | 67 m | 2007
Astrid Conroy
Motor yacht
Amels | 58 m | 2006
Cleopatra
Motor yacht
Amels | 57 m | 1985
Deja Too
Motor yacht
Amels | 52 m | 2003
Elixir
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2016
Deniki
Motor yacht
Amels | 52.3 m | 2007
Gene Machine
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2013
Event
Motor yacht
Amels | 60 m | 2013
Faribana V
Motor yacht
Amels | 54.4 m | 1998
Garcon
Motor yacht
€ 27,000,000
Amels | 67.15 m | 2012
Ilona
Motor yacht
Amels | 73.7 m | 2004
Intuition II
Motor yacht
Amels | 59 m | 1974
Karima
Motor yacht
$ 12,000,000
Amels | 49 m | 1993
Kiss the Sky
Motor yacht
Amels | 52 m | 2001
La Masquerade
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2003
La Mirage
Motor yacht
Amels | 52.3 m | 2007
Lady Georgina
Motor yacht
Amels | 48.2 m | 1982
Lady Mona K
Motor yacht
Amels | 57.7 m | 1986
Lady S
Motor yacht
Amels | 68.5 m | 2006
Mercury
Motor yacht
€ 13,500,000
Amels | 50 m | 2001
Nita K II
Motor yacht
$ 23,900,000
Amels | 52.12 m | 2004
Montkaj
Motor yacht
Amels | 78 m | 1995
Lady Nag Nag
Motor yacht
€ 25,950,000
Amels | 52.3 m | 2008
Boadicea
Motor yacht
€ 47,900,000
Amels | 75 m | 1999
Sarah
Motor yacht
€ 28,000,000
Amels | 62 m | 2002
Sea Rhapsody
Motor yacht
Amels | 64.7 m | 2012
Seahorse
Motor yacht
Amels | 52 m | 1999
Sheergold
Motor yacht
Amels | 42 m | 1987
Calypso
Motor yacht
Amels | 62 m | 2003
Secret Love
Motor yacht
€ 2,950,000
Amels | 36.5 m | 1990
Step One
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2012
Tranquillity
Motor yacht
Amels | 42 m | 1984
Vitamin Sea 2
Motor yacht
€ 18,900,000
Amels | 49.9 m | 1997
Vibrance
Motor yacht
Amels | 49.3 m | 2004
Were Dreams
Motor yacht
Amels | 52.3 m | 2008
Here Comes The Sun
Motor yacht
Amels | 83 m | 2016
April
Motor yacht
Amels | 52.3 m | 2010
Monte Carlo
Motor yacht
€ 4,900,000
Amels | 40 m | 1988
Madame Kate
Motor yacht
Amels | 60 m | 2015
Astra
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2014
Spirit
Motor yacht
Amels | 54.3 m | 2011
Plvs Vltra
Motor yacht
€ 94,900,000
Amels | 73.5 m | 2016
Infinite Shades
Motor yacht
Amels | 65.7 m | 2011
Driftwood
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2017
Z
Motor yacht
Z
Amels | 65.7 m | 2014
Kamalaya
Motor yacht
€ 36,000,000
Amels | 55 m | 2013
Lightning
Motor yacht
Amels | 52 m | 2004
Unity
Motor yacht
Amels | 52.3 m | 2009
Apollo
Motor yacht
Amels | 54.3 m | 2013
Ariela
Motor yacht
Amels | 54.3 m | 2011
Vega
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2015
Serenity J
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2014
La Familia
Motor yacht
€ 35,500,000
Amels | 55 m | 2015
Chesella
Motor yacht
€ 7,710,500
Amels | 38 m | 1985
Lili
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2017
New Secret
Motor yacht
Amels | 74 m | 2017
Eji
Motor yacht
Eji
Amels | 55 m | 2018
Amels 19903
Motor yacht
Amels | 62.4 m | 2017
Aurora Borealis
Motor yacht
Amels | 67.1 m | 2019
Amels 24203
Motor yacht
Amels | 74 m | 2018
Volpini 2
Motor yacht
Amels | 57.7 m | 2018
Paris I
Motor yacht
Amels | 56.21 m | 1991
Amels 242
Motor yacht
Amels | 74 m | 2019
Amels 180
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2020
Sea & Us
Motor yacht
Amels | 62.4 m | 2018

About Amels

Amels
Vlissingen, The Netherlands
+31 118-485 002
Amels was established in 1918 but only became a part of the yachting industry in 1982 with the launch of 48m Katalina. Since then, Amels has delivered over 50 motor yachts.

In 1991, the company was acquired by DAMEN Shipyards, the largest shipbuilding group in the Netherlands. Amels' breakout moment however came in 2005 with the launch of Tigre D'Or, the yacht that inspired the shipyard's Limited Edition series.

Designed by Tim Heywood, the Limited Edition series is a family of 6 models, ranging from 55 to 83 meters that have become one of the industry's most popular lines with 28 yachts sold.

In 2014, Amels announced a Full Custom division that would focus on yachts from 80 to 110 meters. In 2016, it delivered M/Y Here Comes The Sun, the shipyard's newest flagship with a length of 83 meters and the largest of the Limited Edition rage.

Yachts for sale

Grace
Motor yacht
Price on request
Amels | 52.3 m | 2009
Akula
Motor yacht
$ 10,950,000
Amels | 59 m | 1974
Garcon
Motor yacht
€ 27,000,000
Amels | 67.15 m | 2012
Karima
Motor yacht
$ 12,000,000
Amels | 49 m | 1993
Mercury
Motor yacht
€ 13,500,000
Amels | 50 m | 2001
Nita K II
Motor yacht
$ 23,900,000
Amels | 52.12 m | 2004
Lady Nag Nag
Motor yacht
€ 25,950,000
Amels | 52.3 m | 2008
Boadicea
Motor yacht
€ 47,900,000
Amels | 75 m | 1999
Sarah
Motor yacht
€ 28,000,000
Amels | 62 m | 2002
Secret Love
Motor yacht
€ 2,950,000
Amels | 36.5 m | 1990
Vitamin Sea 2
Motor yacht
€ 18,900,000
Amels | 49.9 m | 1997
Monte Carlo
Motor yacht
€ 4,900,000
Amels | 40 m | 1988
Plvs Vltra
Motor yacht
€ 94,900,000
Amels | 73.5 m | 2016
Kamalaya
Motor yacht
€ 36,000,000
Amels | 55 m | 2013
La Familia
Motor yacht
€ 35,500,000
Amels | 55 m | 2015
Chesella
Motor yacht
€ 7,710,500
Amels | 38 m | 1985

Yachts for charter

Marla
Motor yacht
Amels | 50 m | 1999
Deniki
Motor yacht
Amels | 52.3 m | 2007
Lady S
Motor yacht
Amels | 68.5 m | 2006
Mercury
Motor yacht
€ 13,500,000
Amels | 50 m | 2001
Nita K II
Motor yacht
$ 23,900,000
Amels | 52.12 m | 2004
Boadicea
Motor yacht
€ 47,900,000
Amels | 75 m | 1999
Sarah
Motor yacht
€ 28,000,000
Amels | 62 m | 2002
Monte Carlo
Motor yacht
€ 4,900,000
Amels | 40 m | 1988
Lili
Motor yacht
Amels | 55 m | 2017

Latest News

Philippine presidential yacht in operation against COVID-19
On Friday 3 April, President Rodrigo Duerte issued the order to convert Philippine presidential yacht into a hospital ship. The Philippine Navy announced that the presidential yacht BRP Ang Pangulo will be used for monitoring those who are infected with COVID-19. The operation will be run by the Philippine Navy, whose crew will remain aboard the vessel. The BRP Ang Pangulo can accommodate up to 28 patients and five medical personnel and temporary compartments will be set up to separate patients at least three metres from each other. RPS Lapu-Lapu (PY-77) was built in Japan as part of that country’s war reparations to the Philippines. At the initiative of President Carlos P. Garcia, Filipino naval engineers specifically designed the vessel for use as a presidential yacht. The ship was commissioned into the Philippine Navy on March 7, 1959, as its flagship, a status it held until December 1961.President Diosdado Macapagal in the following year ordered its conversion to a naval troop transport. Later President Ferdinand E. Marcos restored its use as the presidential yacht.Over its 50-year life, the vessel, operated by Naval Taskforce “Sealion”, continues at the President’s instruction to carry out relief and medical missions all over the islands, aid in emergency search and rescue efforts, perform naval functions, promote tourism, culture and local products, as well as serve the presidency and the government.
Inside 27m LeVen by Van Der Valk
27m LeVen debuted at the 2019 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show and was awarded the International Superyacht Society’s Innovation in Technology Award. She is currently a finalist for four Boat International Design & Innovation Awards, including Best New Series.LeVen’s shallow draft, comfortable ride and seaworthiness are by virtue of groundbreaking techs such as the Voith Linear Jet propulsion system and Vripack’s patented Slide Hull design.Vripack invited for the naval architecture ended up taking over the entire design, inside and out. Dutch company Van der Valk was chosen to build the all-aluminium yacht. YachtCreators, working with Silva pulled the concept together, creating a whole new brand – LeVen.The key part of the plan was to make a “beachfront home experience”. The aft main deck offers plenty of sun and seating and has access to the bathing platform.A long flybridge overhang shelters the dining area. Hovering at an immense height over the deck, it gives the space a superyacht.Inside, oversized windows offering a true 360-degree view provide that all-important connection with the water. Forward, instead of a helm station, is the open galley. Wide glass doors connect the interior and exterior. In tune with the yacht’s intended cruising grounds, the interior decor has a casually elegant beach feel. The natural palette relies on grey- washed oak that has a light sandy tone, contrasted with brushed metal in a dark bronze.By the words of Cardenas “The idea was to tackle the five senses – sight, sound, taste, smell, touch. Everything that you see should connect with the water, everything your hand touches should feel good.”The electric system runs through the batteries. All systems are powered from a massive lithium battery bank offering stable, constant and clean power. Comfort underway is helped by Vulkan thrust-bearings, engines can move independently.
68m Soaring by Abeking and Rasmussen delivered
The 68m Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht Soaring was delivered to her owner after the sea trials. Launched in January, the custom-built motor yacht returned to the German shipyard in Lemwerder for a handover, having left the yard in March to undergo sea trials in the North Sea. Due to the current circumstances, the delivery celebration was held on a "far smaller scale" than first planned.The shipyard faced unprecedented challenges in the final phase of delivery due to the coronavirus crisis. The shipyard itself has taken extensive measures to protect everyone working at the shipyard.Work plans were adjusted and overlap in individual rooms was largely excluded. Protective masks were also made available for work onboard. In addition, numerous opportunities for working in the home office were created.Named after the soar of an eagle, the elegant exterior and modern interiors of the Soaring are the design work of the German studio Focus Yacht Design. They can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins. The upper deck of Soaring has a master suite with a private owner's aft deck and library. The remaining 5 guest yacht cabins are located on the main deck and served by a team of 17 people. Soaring's sundeck meanwhile plays host to a bar and Jacuzzi while a beach club, gym, steam room and swim platform can be found on the lower deck. Power will come from two 2000hp MTU 12V4000 diesel engines.
Sunreef delivered 80m Double Happiness
Sunreef Yachts (Poland) has delivered the latest Sunreef 80 sailing superyacht to its Chinese owner. The yacht was named Double Happiness after a traditional Chinese ornament symbolising marriage.With a bold, contemporary hull styling, the 80 Sunreef Power incorporates classic stainless steel portlights, teak sole decks, high bulwarks and subtle ambience lighting.Her massive garage combined with an aft platform allows the 80 Sunreef Power to take her dinghy, numerous water toys and jet-ski anywhere she goes.Easily accessed from the saloon, the yacht’s full-beam bow terrace is a vast, soothing retreat with amazing amounts of space for sunning and lounging. The 80 Sunreef Power’s immense flybridge offers enough breadth to house a spa pool, a wet bar and generous seating all around.One of the most spectacular features onboard the 80 Sunreef Power is the master suite which can be set up in the bow section of the main deck.With a double bed facing the bow terrace, a bathroom with a walk-in shower, dressing and desk, the suite is bathed in sun from the skylight glazing. The same space can also be used to install a large lounge with ample seating and access to the foredeck.The main saloon opens wide onto the ample aft cockpit to combine the yacht’s interior dining space with the outdoor relaxation areas, where more seating is available along with a wet bar.The fully customizable saloon can also accommodate a large galley, depending on the layout selected and houses an elevated interior navigation station.The crew quarters along with the galley and crew mess can be accessed directly from the aft cockpit for more privacy on board.The Sunreef 80 features a 200 square metre mainsail, 340 square metre gennaker, 135 square metre genoa and 70 square metre staysail. Power also comes from two 280HP engines.
Shipbuilding news during COVID 19
Gulf Craft's production is continued at both its facilities in the UAE and the Maldives.Shipyard comments that it is taking all of the precautionary measures necessary in terms of physical distancing and hygiene requirements to ensure the safety of employees, visitors and contractors such as disinfection, tests and daily health checks. Mostly, the majority of administrative staff are working from home.Monaco Marine announced the temporary closure of their shipyards since March 19, 2020. This includes the shutdown of certain subcontractors and suppliers and closure of ports. In spite of this, the management teams will remain operational to answer clients’ concerns.