Sunrise Yachts has a new controlling-interest shareholder. It’s a Hong Kong-based fund, Diamond Living Private Investment Fund. Diamond Living Private Investment Fund is a real estate fund focused on acquiring hospitality assets. These include high-end hotels, resorts, and real-estate developments globally. Furthermore, it emphasizes opportunities related to another business its manager, Diamond Capital Management, owns.
Following their collaboration on the recently delivered Irimari, Focus Yacht Design and Sunrise Yachts have put together a few proposals. Merideon, a Sunrise 170, is among them. She emphasizes leaner, longer dimensions for a sub-500-gross-ton megayacht. With a somewhat slender aluminum hull, Merideon might not seem capacious. But, her 29’5” (8.99-meter) beam is in keeping
PHOTOS: Jeff Brown The merits of a megayacht are often put in terms of LOA. The common assumption is that the longer the yacht, the better the amenities. But, length is only part of the picture. Volume—measured as gross tonnage—is really the figure to focus upon. The reason: You can do quite a lot design-wise
An all-aluminum, swift superyacht is yours to personalize at Sunrise Yachts. The Sunrise 150 Open is the first express-style megayacht from the Turkey-based builder. With a predicted 28-knot top speed, the Sunrise 150 Open fits the mold of fast semi-displacement designs. So, too, does her styling, from Focus Yacht Design. Her 153’2” (46.7-meter) LOA and
In less than a week, Irimari will make her global debut at the Monaco Yacht Show. Delivered by Sunrise Yachts this summer, she’s a 207-footer (63.1-meter) bearing styling by Espen Øino and interior design by Focus Yacht Design. The video below provides some of the first looks at her capacious decks and accommodations. “Capacious” indeed,
We’re getting our first looks at what Lion Spirit, in build at Sunrise Yachts, will resemble when delivered next year. She’s notable for being a diesel-electric yacht intended to cruise the world with her owners and their family. The 182-foot (55.6-meter) megayacht should be well capable of circumnavigations, given an expected 5,000-nautical-mile range at a