The 78.43-meter (257.32-foot) AMARYLLIS is a custom motor yacht built in 2011 by German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen. The vessel’s luxurious interiors and exteriors were designed by award-winning firm Reymond Langton Design. AMARYLLIS boasts a midnight blue steel hull and white aluminum superstructure, with sweeping curves and structural detail that give it a distinctive profile. The yacht’s exterior features five decks with various lounging and dining options, including an aft bridge deck with a large table, chandeliers, and a bar.
Inside, AMARYLLIS offers a spacious main salon with custom sycamore wall panels and plenty of lighting, as well as a sky lounge with Macassar ebony furniture and warm tones, and a panoramic dining room. The vessel can accommodate 12 guests in its six staterooms, which are decorated in taupe shades and warm tones. The VIP suite features an automatic shoji screen, while the master suite includes a full-beam study with a desk made from rare English wood.
AMARYLLIS also offers a range of amenities and activities for guests, including a collection of towable water toys, a Jet Ski, a salon suitable for entertaining, and a sundeck Jacuzzi with multi-colored lights. The yacht has a self-playing Schimmel Pegasus piano in a lounge dedicated to cocktails, as well as a handcrafted limousine tender. With its “at anchor stabilizers,” the vessel is able to maintain comfort while at anchor or in rough waters. AMARYLLIS has a cruising speed of 14 knots, a maximum speed of 16 knots, and a range of 5,000 nautical miles from its 239,620-liter fuel tanks.