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The 292-foot Amels superyacht 'Here Comes the Sun' recently had a refit that stretched the hull by 20 feet, creating a new persona.

When you buy yourself a nearly-new, two-year-old superyacht that measures an impressive 272 feet bow to stern, there’s only one thing to do with your new toy: Send it back to the builder to make it bigger.

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This is the award-winning Here Comes the Sun , the biggest yacht ever built by the Dutch yard Amels , and widely acknowledged as the pride and joy of New Zealand billionaire and passionate superyacht collector Graeme Hart.

The 292-foot Amels superyacht 'Here Comes the Sun' recently had a refit that stretched the hull by 20 feet, creating a new persona.

The yacht hit the headlines when it was delivered in 2017 and showcased at that year’s Miami International Boat Show. With its head-turning exterior design by Britain’s Tim Heywood and luxurious interior by fellow Brit Andrew Winch, it was the undisputed star of the show.

The original owner was reportedly Russian drilling industry tycoon Alexander Dzhaparidze, known for naming his superyachts after Beatles tunes. Before Here Comes the Sun , he owned the Amels-built Imagine before moving on to another Heywood/Winch-designed Amels, the 197-foot Come Together.

After being snapped up by the new owner in late 2019, Here Comes the Sun went back to the Damen Yachting/Amels sheds in Vlissingen in southwest Holland for what would turn out to be a near-total makeover.

The 292-foot Amels superyacht 'Here Comes the Sun' recently had a refit that stretched the hull by 20 feet, creating a new persona.

Dutch naval architects Azure Yacht Design were called in to mastermind slicing open the hull and adding the 20-foot extension. They also stretched the sundeck to create that second helipad—there’s also a touch-and-go pad on the foredeck—big enough to land a Bell 429 or Airbus H145.

The refit also saw the swimming pool on the main deck—once again the key word here— stretched to 23 feet, while two new bridge-deck VIP suites were added, each with 39-foot-long private balconies. 

Saving one of the biggest jobs until last, the entire yacht was sanded, re-faired and re-painted, switching out the original, rather milquetoast, beige-yellow hull color to a classy navy blue with stark white topsides.

“It was a huge scope of work. To pull it off in just over a year was a real credit to Amels,” said Colin Boyle, the vessel’s captain since 2019, who helped project-manage the refit during the 16-month stay in the yard.

Damen Yachting sales manager Michael Coens added: “Many of the same craftsmen and women who were meticulously involved in the original build, worked on her during the refit, remolding and reshaping her into the new masterpiece she is.”

The refit was rewarded with the “Best Rebuilt Yacht” trophy at the 2022 World Superyacht Awards. 

Accommodations-wise, within the 292-foot length, sprawling 47-foot beam, and 2,955 gross tonnage, the yacht can accommodate 20 guests in 10 cabins, tended to by a crew of 27.

Without doubt, one of the standout features is the truly massive, full-deck owner’s suite. It comes with a master bedroom boasting forward views through 180-degree wraparound glass, a private lounge with a balcony, office, his-and-hers bathrooms and spacious dressing room. 

For relaxation, the owner can kick back in a huge private salon with comfy sofas, dining area, bar, and pool table. Towards the stern, there’s the full-beam owner’s sun deck with sofas, lounges and a dining table for ten. Steps away is a tiered movie theater.

Naturally, there’s no shortage of water toys. The main tender is a sleek, custom-built 34-foot limo built by Germany’s Yachtwerft Meyer and painted in matching navy and white. There’s also a 30-foot RIB and 23-foot Super Air Nautique wakesurf boat. Plus, a small armada of Sea-Doos and seabobs.

The vessel is listed jointly with brokers Fraser and Burgess.   

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89m Amels superyacht Here Comes the Sun sold

89m Amels superyacht Here Comes the Sun sold in four months

The 89-metre Amels superyacht Here Comes the Sun has been sold after just four months on the market, with Stuart Larsen of Fraser representing the seller and Antoine Larriq of Fraser introducing the buyer. She was jointly listed with Tim Vickers of Burgess at the time of the sale. 

Here Comes the Sun is a custom superyacht delivered in 2017 as the flagship of the Amels fleet – a title that she has held for the past six years. She was commissioned by a repeat client with a penchant for The Beatles, who was looking to upgrade from a Limited Editions 212 model Ventum Maris (formerly Imagine) . 

After changing hands at the close of 2019, Here Comes The Sun joined the market following a full rebuild completed at her home shipyard in 2021. Core work included a six-metre stern extension courtesy of Azure Naval Architects , the addition of a second helipad, an interior revamp and a repaint. She emerged from the shipyard with a new look, sporting a navy blue hull and ice-white superstructure, and was later awarded a Neptune for Best Rebuilt Yacht at the World Superyacht Awards 2022.

The 2,955GT flagship was built as custom to Lloyd's Class with an exterior and interior from the boards of design royalty Tim Heywood and Andrew Winch . The pair had worked together on a number of Limited Editions projects and it seemed only natural for two Brits to reunite for the flagship build. Though a truly custom vessel, she borrows design cues from the successful Amels series. 

Here Comes The Sun is vast, with over 1,000 square metres of exterior space and two touch-and-go helipads – one on the bow and one on the sundeck – that can land a Bell 429 or EC 145.

A two-metre-deep and semi-shaded swimming pool takes centre stage on the main deck and is surrounded by sun loungers and sofas, with windbreak glass to protect guests from inclement weather. The pool was upgraded during the refit thanks to the extension of the hull and is fitted with contraflow jets. 

Below is a beach club and bar that now benefits from shell door platforms and an extended swim platform with hydraulic sea stairs. From here, guests can access the yacht's fully-fledged wellness centre complete with a sauna, steam room, plunge pool, massage room and beauty salon.

Other notable work completed during the refit included the extension of the sundeck by 3.4 metres, now home to a forward-facing whirlpool and a gym, and a full interior revamp that saw her original orange tones replaced with shades of marine blue.

Her interior offers over 800 square metres of guest spaces and 2.2 metres of headroom throughout.

Accommodation is for up to 20 guests across 10 cabins with provision for a crew of 27. An owner's apartment occupies the entire upper deck with a forward-facing owner's suite that benefits from a private lounge, office and balcony. Two "extra-large" VIP suites also have access to their own private balconies, while the remaining seven guest cabins are located on the main deck, two of which convert to suites. An extra double cabin on the bridge deck can sleep additional staff as required.

Here Comes The Sun currently houses three large tenders including a nine-metre RIB, a 10.5-metre limousine and a seven-metre Nautique ski boat stored in a central garage. Other features worthy of mention include a glass elevator serving all decks and a dedicated cinema. 

Power comes from two Caterpillar 3516 engines delivering a maximum speed of 17.5 knots and a range of over 10,000 nautical miles at 10.5 knots. Quantum zero speed stabilisers keep her steady at anchor and underway. Her recent refit also included the overhaul of all four Caterpillar C18 generators.

Here Comes The Sun was asking $195,000,000.

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HERE COMES THE SUN Yacht -Grand $150M Superyacht

Launched in 2016, HERE COMES THE SUN yacht is an 89-meter-long superyacht that can comfortably accommodate 16 guests.

Designed by Tim Heywood.

HERE COMES THE SUN originally had an 83m length, but after a six-month restoration at the Amels shipyard in 2021, she acquired an extra six meters.

Here Comes The Sun
83 m (272 ft)
16 in 8 cabins
25 in 12 cabins
Tim Heywood
Andrew Winch Design
2016
17 knots
Caterpillar
2,827 ton
US $150 million
US $10 – 15 million

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HERE COMES THE SUN yacht interior

Andrew Winch Design was hired to design and build the unique interior of the HERE COMES THE SUN yacht to ensure that it matched the owner’s specific requirements.

The yacht’s interior is tastefully designed to complement the rest of the vessel’s style. The yacht’s owner’s deck is 42 meters long and contains more than 300 square meters of deck area.

HERE COMES THE SUN has been designed to accommodate up to 16 passengers in 8 apartments.

Five VIP accommodations are available, as well as four cabins that may be utilized as twins or doubles.

HERE COMES THE SUN yacht’s interior has a piano, a sauna, underwater lighting, and an elevator. A beauty salon, five-meter swimming pools, a deck jacuzzi, WiFi, and air conditioning are also available.

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Tim Heywood created the outside design for the yacht HERE COMES THE SUN. Tim Heywood and his team, with Damen Yachting handling the refurbishment in 2021.

The additional length added to her has made it possible to add a helipad to the sun deck.

The whole yacht, including the hull, has been resprayed. Both designs were unique requests from their respective owners.

The aft bridge deck was also expanded to accommodate two VIP suites with outdoor balconies.

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Specifications

She can hit 17 knots when she’s at its most powerful. She is 2827 tonnes in weight. She cruises at roughly 14 knots on average, however, this is subject to fluctuation.

Manufacturer: She is powered by two Caterpillar engines that allow her a range of up to 5900 nautical miles at a peak speed of 17 knots.

Based on current projections it costs approximately $10 – $15 million annually to run her.

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Here Comes The Sun

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Superyacht Here Comes The Sun is the first AMELS 272 Limited Editions yacht to emerge from the shipyard. The largest yacht built by AMELS at the time of launch in 2016, the 83 metre motor yacht features exterior design by Tim Heywood with signature lines and huge internal volume.

Commissioned by a repeat AMELS client, Here Comes The Sun features a unique colour combination which furthers the subtlety of the exterior lines. With a Gross Tonnage of 2,827, the massive interiors - which spread over six decks - are beautifully disguised by flowing lines with wing stations leaning over the water.

The beam of 14.5 metres is proof of the expansive internal volumes, with an interior design by Winch Design. Here Comes The Sun  features a layout with 8 cabins which accommodates 16 guests, with crew accommodation for 27 and impressive exterior spaces on deck for entertaining.

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The current position of HERE COMES THE SUN is at West Mediterranean reported 1 min ago by AIS. The vessel arrived at the port of Monaco, Monaco on Jun 19, 07:01 UTC. The vessel HERE COMES THE SUN (IMO 1012414, MMSI 538072050) is a Yacht built in 2017 (7 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands .

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Virtual Tour of Amels Superyacht 'Here Comes The Sun'

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By Editorial Team   23 May 2017

A virtual tour and previously unseen images have been released of the 83m/272ft motor yacht ‘Here Comes the Sun’ , revealing what it’s like inside a superyacht that costs more than a million euros to charter each week.

The largest Amels superyacht to date, Here Comes The Sun has been one of the most exciting launches of 2017 so far and, after joining the global charter fleet at the end of March, is one of the most impressive yachts on the entire charter market.

She is her owner’s fourth yacht, all of which have been named after famous tracks from The Beatles. These include the 47m/157ft motor yacht ‘Let It Be’ from Heesen and the 66m/215ft IMAGINE, a fellow Amels build.

Available from €1,200,000 per week plus expenses, Here Comes The Sun is reserved for only the most exclusive guests but, thanks to the release of a virtual tour, a closer look can be taken of both her luxurious deck areas and her exquisite interior designed by Winch Design.

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As the tour unveils, the renowned British Design Studio has created a unique, contemporary interior defined by pale woodwork, a colour palette of sort corals and browns, and the extensive use of rare and beautiful materials for a truly spectacular finish.

Among the highlights is an expansive master stateroom, which spans across the forward section of the master deck. Sliding doors on each side of the suite allow natural light to flood inside and the principal charterer is treated to incredible ocean vistas.

The remaining nine staterooms can be taken in too. These include two VIP suites, two VIP suites which can transform into four cabins and three additional cabins. No staterooms are on the lower deck, meaning no guest goes without natural light.

Also wowing is the huge main salon, where a sumptuous seating area is joined by a handsome piano and sleek bar, while aft is circular dining area flanked by a curved glass door for an indoor-outdoor dining experience.

piano, bar and lounge area in main salon of luxury yacht ‘Here Comes The Sun’

Not to be forgotten is the beautiful beach club equipped with a lounge area and bar to starboard, which leads to a drop-down side terrace where guests can get close to the water without disturbing those accessing the extensive water toy collection from the huge swim platform aft.

There is even a wellness and spa centre here, with a gymnasium equipped with Technogym equipment to port. This section also benefits from a drop-down terrace, so after a hard work out, guests can take a dip into the gorgeous waters of their cruising grounds for a refreshing cool down.

Other deck areas include a sundeck with a Jacuzzi forward, bar, covered dining area and ample lounging options. The opportunities for eating outdoors continue with a huge table on the bridge deck aft, while another show-stopper is the huge swimming pool on the main deck aft.

Drop-down side balconies enable guests to get close to the water without disturbing those accessing the water toys on the huge swim platform aft

family look out to sea from the swim platform of charter yacht ‘Here Comes The Sun’

M/Y Here Comes The Sun is available for charter this summer in the Mediterranean .

For more information, get in touch with your preferred charter broker .

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    The 83-metre HERE COMES THE SUN was built as a custom project for an experienced Amels owner. The highly successful project demonstrates yacht building at the highest level with a productive friendship between the Owner team, the yard and designers Tim Heywood and Andrew Winch. This is a yacht to enjoy the best of ocean life on a grand and timeless scale.

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    Jul 12, 2016. The largest Amels superyacht to date, 272-foot M/Y Here Comes The Sun, has emerged at the Dutch luxury yacht builder's yard in Vlissingen. A proud day for everyone at Amels. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT AMELS' NEW FLAGSHIP.

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    The palatial HERE COMES THE SUN is the first ever Limited Editions 272 and the largest Amels (in terms of length) built to date. She is one of the world's finest yachts and Fraser knows her well, having also had her under Charter Management. HERE COMES THE SUN was launched in 2017 by Amels. For more information or to find out more about Amels ...

  12. HERE COMES THE SUN Yacht -Grand $150M Superyacht

    December 27, 2022. 10. Shares. 10. Launched in 2016, HERE COMES THE SUN yacht is an 89-meter-long superyacht that can comfortably accommodate 16 guests. Designed by Tim Heywood. HERE COMES THE SUN originally had an 83m length, but after a six-month restoration at the Amels shipyard in 2021, she acquired an extra six meters. Name:

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  14. HERE COMES THE SUN Yacht for Charter

    HERE COMES THE SUN was originally launched in 2016 and in 2020 / 21 had a substantial refit including a 6 metre extension. She has a beam of 15.61m, a draught of 3.95m and a volume of 2,955 GT. HERE COMES THE SUN features exterior design by Tim Heywood Design and interior design by Winch Design, both multi award winning design houses.

  15. 89m Amels Superyacht HERE COMES THE SUN Completes Refit

    02 Aug 2021. After a year spent back in the Amels and Damen shipyard in the Netherlands, Amels superyacht Here Comes The Sun has completed her large-scale rebuild. The launch is a significant milestone for the largest Amels yacht built to date, and she has extended her length from 83 to 89 metres during the project.

  16. Here Comes The Sun Yacht Review

    Delivered in early 2017, the 83m/272ft motor yacht 'Here Comes The Sun' is one of the largest - not to mention one of the most exciting - superyachts available for charter. Boasting an enormous volume and a number of unique design flourishes, the latest superyacht from Amels promises to deliver an unforgettable charter experience.

  17. HERE COMES THE SUN

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    Superyacht Here Comes The Sun is the first AMELS 272 Limited Editions yacht to emerge from the shipyard. The largest yacht built by AMELS at the time of launch in 2016, the 83 metre motor yacht features exterior design by Tim Heywood with signature lines and huge internal volume. Commissioned by a repeat AMELS client, Here Comes The Sun ...

  19. HERE COMES THE SUN, Yacht

    Yacht, IMO 1012414. The current position of HERE COMES THE SUN is at West Mediterranean reported 2 min ago by AIS. The vessel arrived at the port of La Spezia, Italy on May 23, 15:36 UTC. The vessel HERE COMES THE SUN (IMO 1012414, MMSI 538072050) is a Yacht built in 2017 (7 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands .

  20. HERE COMES THE SUN Yacht Charter Brochure

    Here Comes The Sun is built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. Powered by twin diesel Caterpillar (3516) 16-cylinder 3,151hp engines running at 1800rpm, she comfortably cruises at 12 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 17 knots with a range of up to 10,200 nautical miles from her 250,000 litre fuel tanks at 13 knots.

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  22. Virtual Tour of Amels Superyacht 'Here Comes The Sun'

    These include the 47m/157ft motor yacht 'Let It Be' from Heesen and the 66m/215ft IMAGINE, a fellow Amels build. Available from €1,200,000 per week plus expenses, Here Comes The Sun is reserved for only the most exclusive guests but, thanks to the release of a virtual tour, a closer look can be taken of both her luxurious deck areas and ...

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