Turkish shipyard Yildiz has announced the delivery of 43m/141.3ft luxury yacht SUNRISE to her Owner. Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the exterior styling and naval architecture comes from Ginton Naval Architects while the interiors are from award-winning Italian design studio Hot Lab.
The first images have been revealed of her stunning surroundings, which make use of high quality walnut, Makassar ebony and honey afzelia. Checkerboard panels found inside and out add detailing to an environment finished with chrome, nacre and woven leather, and free-standing furniture allows for the layout to be rearranged to suit family living on board. Giorgetti and Minotti brands supplied the dining table and coffee tables, the bathroom fittings are from Dornbracht and the deck furniture is by Glyn Peter Machin.
There are a couple of unusual features aboard motor yacht SUNRISE: She has a lift (elevator) for her three decks, and the tenders and water toys are stored on the open foredeck to create space for a beach club in the lower deck stern. The main deck has a stunning indoor dining area where a contemporary glass chandelier draws the eye above the matte and gloss dining table. There is also an outdoor dining option on the main deck aft, along with a third option beneath the hardtop on the sundeck.
The accommodation is designed to sleep a total of 12 guests over 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite on the upper deck aft, and 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins with Pullman berths on the lower deck. Guests are served by a professional crew of 9.