18 March 2015

Tim Heywood designed AMELS 199 – stunning lines, although not yet at design waterline

The 60-metre MADAME KATE emerged from AMELS' 140-metre drydock no. 1. There’s no mistaking the distinctive avant-garde Tim Heywood designed AMELS 199 – stunning lines, although not yet at design waterline. Commissioning and sea trials are underway as scheduled, adding to the buzz leading up to spring deliveries: The Dutch luxury yard has 10 new builds on schedule as promised. The almost ‘Mediterranean’ Vlissingen sunshine revealed MADAME KATE’s innovative, elegant exterior effect – read more in INSIDE AMELS magazine available on via ISSUU or www.amels-holland.com

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