Set to make her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in September, Sunrise Yachts delivered the 63 metre superyacht Irimari in July this year. The yacht’s sharp exterior is the work of well known designer Espen Oeino, with naval architecture by Unique Yacht Design ensuring a stable ride to go along with her transoceanic range.
The vessel’s interior was designed by Focus Yacht Design of Bremen, who styled Irimari’s guest spaces with bleached oak panelling and the use of precious metals such as copper and stainless inserts. Her interior meeting areas are tastefully furnished, creating an elegant yet contemporary environment where guests are treated to spacious saloons with excellent visibillity all-round.
A unique dining table in main salon comfortably seats 10 guests. Accommodation on board is spread over two decks and comprises of 6 cabins for her twelve guests, cared for by a company of 17 crew. Irimari is Sunrise Yacht’s largest yacht yet, at nearly 1,500GT.
Sunrise Yachts’ President & CEO, Guillaume Roché said:“Irimari shows how Sunrise Yachts has rapidly established itself as one of the better and busiest superyacht builder in Europe. Debuting Irimari at Monaco Yacht Show will be a very proud moment for us all. We believe that she will definitely impress even the hardest of critics.”
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