The yacht was built as St. Princess Olga by Oceanco. And delivered to her owner in 2013. The yacht can accommodate 14 guests and a crew of 28.
The yacht Amore Vero is designed by Igor Lobanov. He was named Best Designer of the Year. For his work at the 2013 World Yacht Trophies
The yacht has not one but two decks dedicated for private use by the owner. Both the upper deck and the sun deck are intended for the owner’s exclusive use.
In addition to the master stateroom, there are six luxury cabins. Two VIP suites with private balconies and four spacious doubles
The late Alberto Pinto (he died in 2012) was responsible for the yacht’s interior. We are not aware of any interior photos available.
Amore Vero is powered by two MTU engines from the 20V 4000 M73L series. Producing 3,600 kW each. They give the yacht a top speed of 20 knots. Her cruise speed is 14 knots. Her range is more than 4,000nm.
She has a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure.
Amore Vero was built as St. Princess Olga. Her owner named the yacht after his wife Olga. After their divorce, the yacht’s name was changed to Amore Vero. Which means true love in Italian.
The yacht’s owner is a Russian billionaire. He also owns a river cruiser in Moscow.
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The boat is not available for yacht charter. And the yacht is not listed for sale.
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