The 52.8-metre Oceanco yacht Sunrise has been sold thanks to Cecil Wright & Partners, Merle Wood & Associates, and Hans van Doornmalen of Edmiston, who made the introduction to the buyer, and with the buyer represented by Martyn Worms of Camberley International. She was sold after more than three years on the market with a last known asking price of €14,500,000. Under her new ownership, she will be available for charter with London office of Camberley International.Built originally in 2000, Sunrise has been regularly refitted and underwent a full rebuild of her port engine between 2017 and 2018, received a new swim platform and bulbous bow fitted in 2010, and quantum zero speed stabilisers in 2012, among other upgrades over the years.The motor yacht features naval architecture from Oceanco, an exterior design by The A Group, and an original interior from a collaboration between the A Group and JP-Fantini Design.Sunrise can accommodate up to 12 guests across six staterooms, including a split-level owners suite with a private Jacuzzi deck. She can also host a crew of up to 12 onboard. Outside, Sunrise boasts a comfortable circular lounge with a bar, games table, and large sundeck.Photo: Cecil Wright & PartnersPerformance-wise, Sunrise can cruise comfortably at 12 knots and reach speeds of up to 16 knots thanks to her twin MTU 12V 396 TE74 diesel engines.
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