Amels Unveils the Concept Yacht Pollux

Pollux is a 364-foot concept yacht from Amels and H2 Yacht Design.

Pollux, Amels, Superyacht
Pollux is 364’3″ LOA with a 52’10” beam. Courtesy Amels

Dutch builder Amels and London-based H2 Yacht Design unveiled the 364-foot concept yacht Pollux at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Pollux is a 4,750-gross-ton design with seven decks and accommodations for 20 guests and 48 crew — in compliance with the Passenger Yacht Code for charter. There’s a main-deck swimming pool, another pool forward on the sundeck and a fire pit aft on the sundeck.

“Our ambition was a design that drew on the Amels DNA and heritage, but didn’t simply reproduce existing details,” Jonny Horsfield, director of H2 Yacht Design, stated in a press release. “We have looked forward to the future design direction of the Amels fleet whilst maintaining a timeless look that captures the pinnacle of Amels yacht building.”


What color is that paint? Metallic silver with a jet-black gloss superstructure. Also note the high-polish, stainless-steel grill.


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