Amer 94 Twin (Pleasure Superyacht) by Barbara Amerio
2018 - 2019, Golden A' Yacht and Marine Vessels Design Award Winner
The superyacht named Superleggera built for winning a challenge for projecting a vessel able to make a tour of Italy at displacement speed without refuel. The Shipyard Amer Yachts Permare, in collaboration with Volvo Penta, has dared to install a revolutionary layout engine system with 2 IPS 1350 for the first time on a pleasure boat which permits a decrease of consumption, and noise emission with more comfort.
The superyacht Amer 94 twin was launched in August 2018. MY GREEN PAGES is a special software created expressly for the 94 Twin dedicated at The Tethys Research Institute for the Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean Marine Mammals for support whales and dolphins watching and memo data transfer to the scientists as well as w.w.f. waste water facilities a new system for crew to manage waste waters with nice graphics, amer 94 is the first one to have installed a 3D printed flybridge consolle in the word.
Design Challenges
The yacht is called Superleggera built for winning a challenge for projecting a superyacht able to make a tour of Italy at displacement speed without refuel. The Shiyard Permare achieved this goal.
Production Technology
For the exterior decks we chose cork for its lightness and excellent insulation. It is totally waterproof, rot-proof, it has high mechanical resistance properties, it does not need yearly maintenance, it gives pleasant tactile sensations walking barefoot on it, it has thermal and acoustic insulation properties. Green are the external fabrics in recycled material. On the fly deck you find light furniture in eulithe material and a 3d printed cockpit in ABS and PET, as innovative elements never seen on board of a superyacht. Every single component has been selected for the light weight, special wooden floor, insulation high-tech aerospace panels, and micromineral moon effect upholstery has contributed in reducing the weight as vacuum moulding, lithium batteries and variable phases generators. Total weight saved equivalent at four elephants, 5 tons per elephants. The style is Italian contemporary with a recall at years 80, certficated teak in natural colour and white lacquered. A spacious saloon with large view at the sea. Four double cabins with the master midway so chic and timeless thanks to a compact engine room has gained more than 14 m3 in interiors. The Shipyard used Airlite, a special painting antibacterial and antismoke. The NOx2 pollutant is reduced by more than eithty percent in a laboratory environment and more than the fifty percent in a high pollution outdoor test environment. Airlite painting was used in the galley, storage, engine room and fly bridge. plastic free door handles
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