Watch The Sunrise Aboard This Super Yacht
Looking For A Super Yacht To Entertain Your Friends? Introducing: The Sunrise
What to gift yourself with when money is no issue? Well, clearly, this.
The latest sleek concept from multi-award winning Robert Curtò design is this spectacular gigayacht named Sunrise.
We’re talking 135m set to be prowling the seas at up to 24 knots.
This new superyacht offers a plethora of open deck spaces on the low superstructure, specifically designed for decreased wind resistance and a wave-piercing hull to reduce drag.
On board, deck space has been optimised to use her 19m beam and 135m of length to create an idyllic island resort vibe with a walking path flowing from deck to deck around the yacht.
Inside, you’ll find the interior filled with light flowing in from large windows. Structural glass and a Japanese inspired style with touches such as slatted screens and a water drop statue using the kitsugi technique coming from a hole on the deck above to behind the bar table on the main deck.
The Sunrise features a helipad, huge tender garage, astronomical observatory, and not one pool but two
The Sunrise features a helipad, huge tender garage, astronomical observatory, and not one pool but two. There’s also a private gym, office, indoor/outdoor pool, a further room for guests, a cinema and not one but two dining rooms. You know, just so you can mix it up.
And for those who love water sports, the bow also features a drive in jetski bay.
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Name: Project SUNRISE
Designer: Roberto Curtò Design
Hull material: Steel
Range: 6000 nm
Guests Cabins: 11 for 22+ guests
Max speed: 24 knots
Cruising speed: 18 knots
Images: SuperYachtsMonaco and Roberto Curto.