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Published on Nov. 1 , 2016
Superyacht L’Amage was featured on Boat International magazine’s website in an article entitled “27 of the wildest yacht concepts”. BOAT International: ” Measuring 190 metres LOA, L’Amage is a super-size concept that dwarfs even 180 metre Azzam, which is currently the world’s largest yacht. Designed by HBD Studios, this mammoth yacht would feature accommodation for 30 guests split across 15 cabins, while the crew quarters would house a staff of 70. Hamid Bekradi, design director at HBD Studios, told Boat International: “The general style of the interior is modern and minimalist, in harmony with the exterior styling of the yacht.” L’Amage’s superyacht helipad is situated right up on the prow and is flanked by two wings that contain cutting-edge flat satellite panels from Kymeta and navigation lights. Back aft, the beach club features an outdoor fire pit and an extending transom with three sliding piers. Power would come from an MTU CODAG propulsion system for a top speed of 32 knots and a maximum cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles.