- 19 January 2022
The megayacht, Stardust sighted in Portofino: Photos by Daily Nautica
We saw the megayacht, Stardust in Portofino, a 62.5-metre pleasure yacht built by the Dutch shipyard, Amels
The megayacht, Stardust was sighted in Portofino. In the hot Tigullio summer, the “showcase” of superyachts continues, as they spend a few days in the exclusive waters in front of one of the most famous towns in the world.
The latest to arrive is the megayacht, Stardust, right off the coast of Portofino. 62.5 metres long (over 205 feet), the Stardust was built by the Amels shipyard located in Vissingen, Netherlands.
Its interior was designed by Laura Sessa Romboli design studio, while the exterior, with its streamlined and characteristic design and round portholes, was curated by Tim Heywood Design. The pleasure yacht was delivered to its owner in November 2020. On board the Stardust 12 passengers can comfortably spend the night in 6 cabins. There are 13 crew members.
Stardust has a steel hull, aluminium superstructure, and decks in teak. It has two 2,011 HP Caterpillar diesel engines (3512C) in the engine room, allowing it to comfortably sail at 13 knots and reach a maximum speed of 16 knots. With its 139 thousand litres of fuel, it has a maximum autonomy of up to 5,000 nautical miles going at 13 knots.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – M/Y STARDUST
Beam: 10.32 m
Exterior Designer: Tim Heywood Design
Interior design: Laura Sessa Romboli
Year Built: 2020
Model: Amels 206
Gross Tonnage: 1,147 GT
Maximum speed: 17 knots
- 15 July 2021