Sunrise Yachts Rolls Out 63-meter Superyacht "Irimari"

Turkey-based yacht manufacturer Sunrise Yachts is proud of their latest creation, the 63-meter superyacht "Irimari". The company has posted a photo showing the elegant superyacht easing through the front doors of the indoor completions hall where she was finessed into the nearly finished state she is in today.

The exterior design has been the responsibility of Espen Oeino while Naval Architecture was undertaken by Sunrise Yachts and Espen. The interior though is the creative work of Focus Yacht Design. 
This beautiful superyacht was built in steel (hull) and aluminium (superstructure) and is said to weigh in the region of 1,400 gross tonnes. When completed superyacht Irimari will house and sleep up to twelve (12) guests in six well-appointed suites. She is slated to have a maximum crew of just under twenty (20). Irimari has an engine set up to allow her to run at a top-end speed of 17-knots. The speed is all thanks to her dual MTU 12V 4000 M63 marine diesels. At this point Irimari is one of the largest volume superyachts built in Turkey

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