Project Necto by Heesen is now M/Y Amore Mio and is ready to hit the water of the North Sea for the sea trials.

Amore Mio pictures by Dick Holthuis

Amore Mio was designed for loving speed – the naval engineers at Heesen gave her a top speed of 30 knots. The sporty and elegant exterior look came from the pens of Omega Architects. The third design party is Cristiano Gatto and his design team.

Heesen constructed her semi-displacement hull in full aluminum and equipped her with two MTU 16V diesel engines, gyro stabilizers, and active interceptors to name some key features of Amore Mio.

“The motto is simple: power with comfort.”

 

The sun deck features a fly bridge the typically high-end yacht “standard” like a dining, lounge area with armchairs and a special for the chef: Teppanyaki – a style of the Japanese cuisine.

The build captain developed the Man Overboard (MOB) Rapid Reaction System. If someone noticed a man overboard, the person can push one of the multiple buttons placed around the yacht to open the hatches, dropping life rings in the water, to trigger the alarm on the bridge and crew areas and to record the position in the card plotter.

The tender garage will house a 5.90m mahogany tender by Swiss boat builder Boesch.

Main Specifications

Length over all:45.00 m
Beam:8.40 m
Draft:2.82 m
Classification:ABS A1 Yachting Service AMS Large Commercial Yacht Code LY2
Main Engines:2 x MTU 16V 4000 M73L (2.880kW each)
Max. speed:30 knots
Range @ 12 knots:2.750 nm
Exterior Design:Omega Architects
Interior Design:Cristiano Gatto Design Team
Naval Architecture:Heesen Yachts
Materials:Aluminium hull and superstructure
Guests:10
Crew:7