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Irimari by Sunrise Yachts world debut in next Monaco Yacht Show


sunrise-yachts-irimariWith its latest launch – superyacht Irimari, Sunrise Yachts is ready to enter a new market segment of the superyacht build sector. Irimari, as the first of a series of 63m yachts, is the largest of Sunrise’s vessels to date and is set to become a benchmark for both the Turkish shipyard and the entire industry.
Unique Yacht Design from Antalya was drafted to develop the 63m platform’s naval architecture, and did so with true long distance cruising in mind; again setting the vessel apart from so many other yachts in this size range.
Irimari boasts an elegant exterior by world renowned designer Espen Oeino, with a simple profile focusing on large deck spaces. From the observatory deck just below the mast structure and down to main deck, Irimari houses 4 exterior decks with another water-level beach deck once the transom is opened. The sundeck has been divided into three separate areas, nonetheless without losing the feeling of each area linking seamlessly to the next. The sundeck also features an interior area. The aft bridge deck area is dedicated to large gatherings and allows protection on windy days at anchor. Below on main deck aft, the deck space has been kept simple with an oversized U-shaped seating area, to create a sense of freedom and good views from every angle.
The team at Focus Yacht Design is responsible for Irimari’s  interior, and styled the areas with a touch of elegance. Extra large windows and recessed bulwarks on either side provide excellent views from the salon and create a comfortable and much enjoyable indoor meeting area. Rich textured fabrics, bleached Oak paneling and a clever use of ambient lighting add another dimension of spaciousness to the salon. Moreover, Focus Yacht Design went the extra mile in sourcing the custom art pieces and matching décor to add a distinctive to each cabin. Irimari houses her 12 guests in 6 appointed staterooms across two decks.
Sunrise Yachts have achieved in creating an industry-changing yacht that, without announcing its presence in every marina it visits, is sure to have an effect on future superyacht designs and projects.
Irimari will make her world debut at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, moored at the T-Central, berth T07.

Technical specifications
LOA: 63.1m / 207‘ Beam (max): 12.34m / 40’ 6’’ Gross Tonnage: 1460 GT Engines: two MTU M63 Guests: 12 Crew: 16 plus captain Speed: 17 Knots (max.) / 12 Knots (cruising) Range: 5000 nm