Sunrise Yachts closed out the month of April with the launch of Irimari. The 207-foot (63.1-meter) megayacht is the first of a same-size series at the Turkish shipyard.
Irimari attracts attention for being penned by Espen Øino, but she’s further notable for her volume. At nearly 1,500 gross tons, she’s among the most voluminous yachts ever built in Turkey. Yet, her LOA allows her to pull into a variety of deep-water marinas. Irimari has a draft of 11’5” (3.5 meters).
Sea trials and final fit-out will take place at Sunrise Yachts over the next two months. (Construction began in 2012.) The yard anticipates a 17-knot top end under MTU power. Dialed down a few knots, Irimari should enjoy a 4,500-nautical-mile range.
Sunrise Yachts isn’t revealing much else right now about Irimari, other than that Focus Yacht Design tended to her interior. She also has accommodations for 12 in the owner’s party and 18 crew, within a 39-foot (12-meter) beam. Interested parties may be able to see it for themselves when Irimari debuts at the Monaco Yacht Show this fall.