The model was developed in partnership with Espen Øino.
Dutch shipyard Amels has unveiled the interiors of the new 60-meter superyacht Entourage for the first time. The vessel is the second hull in the Limited Editions 60 series.
The buyer is the management and brokerage company Moran Yacht & Ship, which has often cooperated with Amels. The yacht is currently available for exclusive charter for 435,000 euros per week.
Entourage has been developed by Amels in partnership with Espen Øino, like the first hull of the Come Together series. The yacht is distinguished by its geometric windows allowing additional natural light to enter.
Specialists developed the yacht's interior from the Canadian design studio Burdifilek. It is characterized by a "serene" atmosphere through a neutral color palette, bleached wood, silky carpets and organic furniture.
Speaking on the collaboration, designer Diego Burdi said: “This unique opportunity led us on a journey of exploration where every design aspect of the yacht was considered at the highest level of execution."
Entourage can accommodate 12 guests and 13 crew members. The owner will get a folding balcony, a 1742 sq. feet terrace and a garage for the nine-meter tender. The yacht is powered by an IMO Tier III hybrid propulsion system.