Holland has got a high-level of experience in yacht building, many luxurious vessels coming out from this rather small country. Amels shipyard is the top shipyard from Holland and Larissa is just one of the luxurious superyacht that came out of Amels’ gates. It has been spared from incidents or en-gross parties so far.
It has always boasted with a dedicated crew and management system, even during its construction. The purposes of this vessel so far were just cruises during the Mediterranean summer seasons, thus it’s been scarcely used yet. Just like any car, its total functioning duration can be easily viewed – Larissa – 2,500 hours.
This particular yacht went beyond the designs of its ages, with efficiently used spaces and superb lines. It was born during the period in which the “Tigre d’or” series was released, having nothing in common with it. Its bridge deck features a carried port and starboard, liberating the exterior areas for its guests. Larissa’s sun deck is particularly impressive, boasting with built-in sun-beds, bar, Jacuzzi, a large dining table covered in shade and coquette lounging spots.
The main cabin, the owner’s, comprises a private sitting room, a double cabin with direct access to a private deck area on the foredeck, a large en-suite full bathroom and twin his/hers dressing rooms. The lower deck includes the two double guest cabins and two twins, every one of them being fit with Pullman berth.
The interior of the boat was built by Metrica and designed by Donald Starkey. The yacht is extremely sophisticated and gave head-aches to its constructors and decorators, but finally they managed to create a light atmosphere with a terribly nice sense of freedom.