While we don’t know whether he has hair down to his knee, we do know that the owner of Come Together is a huge Beatles fan. He’s also a repeat yacht owner, having christened several superyachts after the band’s songs. His latest yacht, the first Amels 60, is in his hands. She’s further in the hands of a crew of 14 who include a personal trainer, a yoga instructor, a videographer, and even a DJ,
While the 197-foot (60-meter) Come Together is spending her inaugural cruising season in the Med, available for charter, too, she’ll pursue much more. In fact, Charlie Birkett, co-founder and CEO of Y.CO, her management and charter agency, notes she’s pursuing true global adventures. Come Together has an “ambitious cruising schedule, which will see her being used as a platform for surfing, diving, and exploring all over the world,” he explains. The Y.CO team is collaborating with the owner, his representatives, and of course the crew for planning, for personal trips and charter. “We can’t wait to see it in action,” Birkett adds.
During those trips, Come Together will put a number of enviable amenities at guests’ disposal. For example, they can access the beach club directly from their lower-deck staterooms while underway. They can still access it from the swim platform at anchor, too. The superyacht’s sundeck will be a draw as well. It features a teppanyaki grill, a bar, a hot tub, and midnight movie cinema screen setup. The sundeck, by the way, stretches just over 88 feet (27 meters) long. Whoever stays in the master suite gets a 75-square-foot (7-square-meter) folding balcony as well.
Additionally with even more social spaces, Come Together pledges plenty of fun. Her weekly base rate this summer in the Western Med starts at €600,000. At press time, she’s available July 2 to 9 and certain dates in August and September.
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