The latest Amels Limited Editions 199 was on show at the Monaco Yacht Show 2015.
The 62.4-metre joined her sistership Event, launched in 2013, at the Monaco Yacht Show. The yacht’s scimitar bow allows not only for greater fuel efficiency across all speed ranges, but also creates space forward for the stowing of tenders, meaning that the aft spaces are exclusively for the guests.
The strong exterior lines by Tim Heywood complement the playful and colourful Laura Sessa interior. Twelve guests are accommodated in six cabins, which include a full-beam master cabin on the main deck, and two VIPs, two twins and a double.
Madame Kate features a specialised paint, creating a pearl effect that allows the white to absorb and reflect the colour of its immediate environment. This also creates a striking ‘light up’ effect at night, in conjunction with the yacht’s underwater lights.
She has a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 15 knots, and a top speed of 16.5 knots.
Keep an eye out for our full yacht report on Madame Kate in an upcoming issue of SuperYacht World.