Turkish shipyard Sunrise Yachts is greeting autumn in a strange way, namely by introducing this mesmerizing vessel: the Irimari superyacht. This is their largest vessel to date, measuring 63 m, and showing off incredible elegance and luxury.
Designed by the well-known naval architect Espen Oeino, this yacht features large deck spaces matched by an impressive volume of close to 1,400 GT. To be more specific: Irimari features 4 exterior decks, plus another water-level beach deck once the transom is opened.
All aft facing decks are well designed, with large exterior dining and sunbathing areas, while ultra wide staircases that link these decks grab your attention immediately. Irimari’s sundeck is also unique, and has been divided into three separate areas; it boasts an oversized Jacuzzi flanked by a sunbathing area, a wet bar and formal bar section, as well as an interior area, where guests can escape the sun.
Also worth mentioning are the audio visual system, and the possibility of extending to private breakfast occasions, or a safe play area for the ids.
You should know that the aft bridge deck area is perfect for large gatherings and group dining occasions, so if you’re ever in the mood to party you’re ready to go. This space allows for good protection on windy days while still providing superb views from the large 10+ dining table. Don’t you worry, everything inside the cabin is equally impressive.
Focus Yacht Design was responsible for Irimari’s elegant and opulent interiors. It’s worth noting the main salon, with extra large windows and recessed bulwarks on either side, making this the ideal location for enjoying a rainy day. Rich textured fabrics surround the passengers, including bleached Oak paneling and a clever use of ambient lighting.
Irimari will house 12 guests in 6 gorgeous rooms, spread across two decks. The accommodations are exquisite, with plenty of natural light, as well as an expansive bath area, lavishly decorated with unique masonry, wood and glass inserts to create a grandiose environment.
Focus Yacht Design are responsible for the custom art pieces and matching decor. Sailing the seven seas has never sounded more glamorous. Irimari’s transoceanic range of 6000 nm is possible due to the two MTU M63 engines powering that cleverly designed efficient hull forward. Where to?