Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a… gigayacht? Featuring 135m of all out hedonism, here’s everything you need to know about this beautiful new design
The latest concept from multi-award-winning Robert Curtò design, represented by leading brokerage SuperYachtsMonaco, Sunrise is a spectacular low profile 135m gigayacht – set to prowl the seas at up to 24 knots.
Open deck spaces, sleek and sporty lines and a holistic interior-exterior design experience bring the Sunrise concept to life. From the outside Sunrise looks every bit as fast as she is – reaching speeds of 24 knots, with a low superstructure for decreased wind resistance and a wave piercing hull to reduce drag.
On board, deck space is optimised to use her 19m beam and 135m of length to create an idyllic island resort vibe with a walking path flowing from deck to deck around the yacht.
On the interiors front, think flawless luxury. The interior design is filled with light from large windows / use of structural glass featuring a Japanese-inspired style. Impressive features such as slatted screens and a water drop statue using the kintsugi technique bring the vessel to life. With easy access the sea, the bow also features a drive in jetski bay for handy afternoon sessions.
This is a visionary project, with vast deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea. If that wasn’t enough to impress, Sunrise features a helipad, huge tender garage, astronomical observatory, 2 pools, a huge owner’s cabin with private gym, office and indoor/outdoor pool, a further gym for guests, a cinema and 2 dining rooms (definitely useful if there ends up being internal disagreements over jetski turns). Now, when do we set sail?
SuperYachtsMonaco is a boutique brokerage company founded in 2008 with more than 160 years of combined experience in yacht chartering, selling and consulting.
Based in Monaco, their portfolio extends to over 2,000 vessels available to buy or charter around the world, from picturesque Mediterranean coasts to the cold waters of the Arctic and Antarctic circles, through Norwegian fjords, Caribbean’s white sandy beached islands and balmy Polynesian archipelagos.