Adamaris
Motor yacht
€ 9,500,000
Ürkmezler | 46 m | 2010

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A Closer Look  at Meyer Yachts 210m Concept TWO10
­During the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 Meyer Yachts, the superyacht division of the Meyer Werft shipyard, revealed its newest 210m concept. The TWO10 will feature sustainable propulsion solutions. The profile of the TWO10 is kept flat; however, a look at the decks illustrates the yacht's enormous size. Technically the TWO10 relies on green propulsion solutions, for example with fuel cells and battery systems. "Here we show once again what innovations Meyer Yachts is capable of. We design our concepts in such a way that we can also make them a reality in this form. This makes our yachts technology pioneers from which many other types of ships and people will also benefit," explains Jan Meyer, Managing Director. The entire design of the TWO10 focused on novel solutions. In perspective, drones can also be used for passenger transport on the helipad in the bow area and charged directly on board with the green electricity generated onboard. Thanks to the generous space available, there is also room for a complete tennis court, which is fenced in by a fine-mesh net during play. The TWO10's other features include a beach club that extends over two decks and has an infinity pool suspended virtually above the bar. Towards stern swimming guests look thereby by the largest disk, which was ever used also a yacht. The TWO10 concept is the second design after the 150 meter ONE50, which was revealed at last year's Monaco Yacht Show.Meyer Yachts is the superyacht division of the Meyer Werft shipyard. The company was founded in Papenburg in 1795, and our shipyard facilities are still located there to this day. The Meyer family has kept its shipbuilding company on course for 225 year. Meyer Werft is one of the largest and most modern shipyards in the world. Credits: Meyer Yachts
55m Project Serena Sold by Heesen
Heesen has sold the 55-meter Steel FDHF (YN 20555). The client, an experienced yachtsman, was introduced by Arcon Yachts Monaco. Project Serena has muscular exterior lines from Frank Laupman at Omega Architects and a generous enclosed volume of 760GT. Despite the fact that Project Serena is the seventh in this line, she has a number of features that distinguish it from sister ships. A larger expanse of floor-to-ceiling glass, without mullions, in the main saloon and sky lounge, gives a slightly more aggressive look to the profile, thanks to continuous sheets of tinted glass. The horizontal lines stretch the optical length and balance the air draft. Frank Laupman managed to retain the family look and feel, whilst giving it an elegant and refreshing touch. The design includes a French balcony in the owners’ apartment on the main deck forward, less formal layouts for the outdoor areas that focus on alfresco dining, additional stairways for more fluid circulation, and an extended sun deck layout for additional floor space.Luca Dini Design and Architecture have worked closely with Omega’s team and Heesen’s engineers to optimize the internal layout, make the most out of the 760 GT and enhance the floor-to-ceiling windows. Luca Dini and his team will work on further personalizing the interior design to incorporate the owners’ lifestyle and taste. “This is the second yacht in the 55-meter steel series sold by Arcon, which is an astounding achievement!” comments Friso Visser, Heesen CCO. “The 55-meter steel series is proving to be a remarkably successful yacht – it is big enough to accommodate the luxury expected of a superyacht, and yet small enough to access the more intimate Mediterranean ports. Guests can feel at home during long passages, but also in exclusive places such as Portofino or St. Tropez. We are delighted that such an experienced client appreciated the many qualities of this yacht at first sight!”Like her fore sisters, Project Serena’s beauty lies also below the waterline. The ultra-efficient FDHF devised by van Oossanen and engineered by Heesen’s in-house specialists will deliver reduced fuel consumption and supreme comfort in rough waters. Two MTU 8V4000 M63 IMO III of 1000 kW each will deliver a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a transatlantic range of 4.500 nautical miles at 13 knots. Project Serena will be delivered in Fall 2024.Heesen Yachts is a Dutch ship building company that specializes in custom-built superyachts in aluminum and steel from 30m to 70m in size. Founded in 1978, it has launched more than 170 yachts since its inception.Credits: Heesen Yachts
100m Flettner Rotor Powered Catamaran Presented by 3deluxe
Design studio 3deluxe has unveiled its FY.01 low carbon-emission superyacht concept. A year ago the studio developed a climate-friendly VY.01 superyacht. FY.01 is a Flettner Rotor powered catamaran superyacht which showcases the benefits of this forgotten innovation. The outcome is a superyacht with incomparable open deck experiences and a strong profile. The new yacht design study illustrates the potential of the Flettner rotor as another powerful element down the path to achieving the goal of zero emissions.“The significant profile of FY.01 can become a clearly visible statement not only for the focus on sustainability and innovation by the future owner but also for an industry on the forefront changing the mindset towards a sustainable hedonistic future,” comments Björn Asmussen, 3deluxe Ocean Director. The Flettner Rotors use rotating vertical pipes to transform wind energy into a highly efficient transversal force. Very much like a topspin in tennis or a curveball in baseball change direction due to their rotation. Responsible for this effect is the so-called Magnus force. Over the recent years this forgotten technology is having a powerful revival due to the availability of new technologies and materials. Currently predominantly on utility vessels companies are starting to substantially increase fuel efficiency on large scale commercial vessels by adding Flettner Rotors.Silently powered by electricity generated by the white solar panels on the roof surfaces of the yacht, the biggest potential is in the incredible efficiency of this system. Depending on the wind conditions, the force generated by the rotor supersedes a sail of equivalent size. The lightweight, up to 40m high cylinders are constructed by sustainable NFC Natural Fiber Composite.In combination with state of the art steering and navigation systems, this allows to reduce the energy consumption and the CO2 emissions of this cruising superyacht by up to 40%. The electric hybrid drives installed in the catamaran bodies of the FY.01 can therefore be optimized in their efficiency. The capacity of the high efficiency batteries will also provide the needed energy over a longer period of time. The 100-meter yacht is a catamaran which serves to provide a steady base for the three almost 30-meter-high lightweight rotors, arranged in a triangular pattern on the superstructure. This layout of the vertical elements ensures the yacht is far from resembling customary sailing boats or motor yachts – and thus heralds the launch of a completely new type of ship.FY.01 is a 20m wide vessel, and provides highly appealing open decks, which might involve a free-floating infinity pool spanned between the hulls via a central protected atrium area midships, or the dramatic bow tips that offer a fire-pit lounge and a shallow, salt-water pool, creating highly attractive spaces in the forward section. Vertical greenhouse modules are integrated into the uppermost deck and provide fresh food for the adjacent open show kitchen. The galley is thus removed from somewhere on the lower decks, brought up topsides to the fresh air – and morphs into a key location for communal and entertaining preparation of meals, becoming the central communicative space on board.Midships are home to the living room, the owner’s space, indoor dining, a small indoor park, and the wheelhouse.3deluxe as a design office with its headquarters in Wiesbaden unites around 40 creative professionals from the areas of architecture, interior design and brand design under one roof. The multifaceted projects receive worldwide attention. The office currently realizes projects in Germany, USA, Dubai, Lithuania, Finland, and Italy.Credits: 3deluxe
First Amels 80 Sold by Damen Yachting
Damen Yachting has confirmed the sale of the first Amels 80. Burgess represented the owner in the sale of this brand new Amels design which was unveiled earlier this year. The 80 meter superyacht features custom interiors by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design. It is the first collaboration between Sinot and Amels. The exterior design was made by Espen Oeino. “The Amels 80 is a design that will not age. Her modern strong lines will look as good in 10 years as the day she departs the yard. She is a big ship, full of features, with an impressive interior volume at 2,175 Gross Tonnage. She is everything and more that you will expect from an 80-meter yacht. There is a sense of scale, but nothing is wasted,” says Espen Oeino. She has an impressive 200 sq. m sun deck, a waterside beach club which opens up on three sides and includes wellness and spa, huge framed panoramic views over the ocean on the main deck and a dedicated owners deck. The yacht has also been designed for a multitude of watercraft and toys and there is a foredeck helicopter landing area.Rose Damen, Managing Director of Damen Yachting comments, “We are incredibly pleased to be sharing the news that the first Amels 80 has sold. This new Limited Editions design really reflects our continuous drive to adapt and evolve to ensure that we continue to reshape our pedigree, experience, and knowhow for future generations.”This all-new 80-meter Amels Limited Editions is scheduled for delivery in 2025.Damen Yachting, a division within the Damen Shipyards Group, was created in 2019. The division combines the pedigree and heritage of Amels yachts with a growing portfolio of SeaXplorer yachts and Yacht Support vessels.Credits: Damen Yachting
Lürssen Shows Fuel Cell Technology at Monaco Yacht Show
At the Monaco Yacht Show Lürssen exhibits Ahpo, the largest yacht at the Show. In addition to the exhibition of Ahpo, the German shipyard also informs the visitors about innovative topics, such as Fuel Cell Technology. AhpoLast year Lürssen announced the building of their first yacht with fuel cell technology as well as the set-up of an Innovation Laboratory at their yard in Bremen. The Innovation Laboratory is a demonstration facility that is used to simulate and test the integration and operation of a Marine Hybrid Fuel Cell System on board a yacht powered by methanol. The fuel cell was integrated into the Innovation Lab this summer and has already successfully completed the first test runs. Under real life ambient conditions and with all required auxiliary systems this demonstration plant can be considered to be the final preparations to bring fuel cells on board a yacht successfully. Visitors of the Monaco Yacht Show can take a virtual tour of the Innovation Lab at Lürssen stand. Lürssen has committed to a strategic partnership with Freudenberg, one of the leading experts for maritime fuel cells and a global technology group with around 50,000 employees in 60 countries. An essential milestone in maritime fuel cell technology is that Freudenberg has recently received type approval from RINA. The safety concept thus conforms to the IMO Interim Guideline and is approved for use on all types of ships. This is also the world's first type approval for a maritime fuel cell system with integrated fuel reforming for the fuel type methanol.“With Freudenberg e-Power Systems we have a strong partner at our side. We both have the aim to bring fuel cells on-board ships in the near future and revolutionize the yacht’s energy and propulsion system. The innovation laboratory will definitely bring us a step closer to a CO2 emission free Lürssen yacht,” says Peter Lürssen. Lürssen is a German shipyard with headquarters in Bremen-Vegesack and shipbuilding facilities in Lemwerder, Berne and Bremen-Aumund. Founded in 1875, Lürssen is one of the world's leading builders of custom luxury superyachts and has launched many of the largest yachts in the global fleet.Credits: Lürssen