, 2022-10-27 09:15:00,
Originally delivered in 2017 as part of the hugely successful Amels Limited Editions designed by Tim Heywood, Here comes the Sun returned to Amels and Damen Yachting in 2020 for a radical and extensive refit under her new ownership. The works included a full respray, now featuring a Flag Blue hull and Oyster White superstructure, an extended sundeck, two additional VIP suites with exterior balconies and, most significantly, a 6-metre extension of the main deck. Her new length now sits at 89-metres and the completion of the exceptional refit project is a true feather in the cap of the Amels Refit team.
SuperYacht Times went aboard the yacht during the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 to document the refit on video in the company of Captain Colin Boyle, and Damen Yachting Refit Project Manager, Sander Peters. Here are some highlights of what they told us.
Colin, why did the new owner decide to refit Here Comes the Sun rather than build new?
CB: We’d been looking at everything available on the market for the previous six months and everything was with a view to refit. The owner had a very specific list of the facilities and visuals that he envisaged for the yacht and he was looking to achieve that in the shortest possible time. Here Comes the Sun was…
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