Project Name: Amer Cento Quad

Date Delivered: August 2016

Interior Designer: Stefano Tini

Exterior Designer: Permare Shipyard

The Amer Cento Quad is highly technological and innovative, two facts Amer Yachts have already been recognised for when awarded ‘Most Innovative Yacht of The Year’ at Cannes Yachting Festival 2016. This award was given for their new engine layout, the first superyacht of its size to be equipped with 4X Volvo Penta IPS 1050 engines. Amer Cento Quad is a 29.6 metre yacht and the interiors were designed by Stefano Tini. The yacht has a group 2 of counter-rotating propellers, with a total of 7 blades and a cruising speed of 23.5 knots. Amer Yachts wanted the Amer Cento Quad to be innovative and luxurious which meant a very particular design was required. Firstly, for its design beauty and secondly, for its high functionality and technicality.

The biggest challenge for Amer Yachts was to bridge the gap between providing the utmost luxury whilst maintaining a low maintenance yacht that is kind to the environment. The yacht can accommodate 10 guests with its 5 passenger rooms. It has one master room, two double rooms and two twin rooms. On the main deck the saloon has warm essential décor design furniture, with all of the woods used being smoked oak. The extendable lunch table in polished steel and crystal was made by Riflessi. The chairs for the lunch table were designed by Bonaldo and combine warm leather with modern polished steel. Vintage teak flooring was chosen for the interiors of the yacht for its functionality and luxurious design. The vintage teak flooring is environmentally friendly and is made out of regenerated, recycled teak from houses built on the Java Island from over 100 years ago. The stairs leading down to the guest cabins are made with a combination of polished steel and vintage teak. An equilibrium between modern and warm classic.

The Amerio family, owner of Permare Shipyard, build yachts under the brand Amer Yachts. The family have a genuine passion and respect for the sea that has been handed down from generation to generation culminating in the creation of beautiful yachts.