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Take a Tour of Sunrise Yachts’ Largest Yacht to Date

This is Sunrise Yachts’ largest yacht to date.

You must’ve dreamed at least once about what it would be like to have your own luxurious boat.

Most people, though, don’t get to live that lavish lifestyle, but it’s still nice to see what’s out there.


According to, Turkish shipyard Sunrise Yachts, is greeting fall in a very strange way – they have presented their new enchanting boat – Irimari superyacht…

This is their largest yacht to date, measuring 63 m and representing incredible elegance and luxury. It was designed by the famous nautical architect Espen Oeino, and has a spacious deck with impressive volumes. To be more specific – Irimari yacht has four external decks, plus an additional Beach deck when it is opened.

All decks are ideally designed with a large dining area and areas for sunbathing, while the ultra-wide staircase that connects the deck immediately attracts a lot of attention.

Sunny deck of the yacht is unique and is divided into three separate areas – contains a bulky Jacuzzi that accompanies sunbathing area, wet bar and formal bar, as well as partially enclosed space, where guests can take shelter from the sun.


We must also mention the audio – video system, as well as the possibility of expanding the space for the private area for the breakfast, and create a safe environment for children.

The upper deck is ideal for large social gatherings and group dinners, so you’re always ready for fun. This area provides good protection from the wind and offers you the ideal view from the large dining table. If you thought that the cabin can not be sufficiently impressive – you are wrong.

Focus Yacht Design company is responsible for the elegant and powerful interior of this yacht.

The main salon we have to mention, because it has extra large windows and pulled down walls on both sides, which makes it an ideal location for those rainy days. The rich texture of the material surrounds all passengers, including bleached oak panels, combined with a clever use of ambient light.

Irimari yacht will have enough room for 12 guests in six rooms spread across two decks. Accommodation is unique, offering an abundance of natural light and spacious bathrooms, which are richly decorated with unique details, wooden and glass inserts.

Unique pieces of art and décor also work Focus Yacht Design. Sailing across the seven seas has never sounded more glamorous. Irimari has a range of 6000 nm, due to the two MTU motor M63, which are designed in a very efficient manner.

Joanna Grey