Conceived by a veteran yacht owner, seasoned designers, engineers and captains, the Sunrise 45m is a long-range displacement megayacht capable of accommodating up to 11 guests in high-level comfort. Its elegant and ageless lines make it a classic yacht with incredible interior space at 499 GRT. Its efficient high-tensile steel hull design, powerful engines and impressive tank and storage capacities were designed to achieve trans-Pacific distances or summer coastal cruising without refueling. The Sunrise 45m is built to the exacting standards of The UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) and Lloyd’s Register of Shipping certification.
This extended version of the Sunrise 45 provides the same ocean-going qualities as its smaller counterpart, except with larger volumes throughout the vessel, with 6 ample double cabins for owners and guests and accommodation for 12 crew. The same space distribution, guest and crew circulation, long range and large storage capacity concept that made the success of the Sunrise 45 here find their ultimate expression – in either private or charter version. The 21-meter long (70') sun-deck provides guests with a spectacular space to enjoy, whether sailing or at anchor.
The Sunrise 50 reinvents the meaning of the word ‘luxury yacht’ and invites everyone on board to enjoy a full yachting experience: an innovative approach to the distribution of space and the allowance of natural light throughout the vessel, coupled to a timelessly elegant exterior. Owners and guests come closer to the sea and the sky thanks to full height windows, skylights and balconies extending out over the water to create spaces where boundaries disappear between the intimate luxury of the interiors and the vast comfortable outside decks.
The Sunrise 54m design is currently under development in collaboration with world-acclaimed designer Espen Øino. It expands on the innovative Sunrise 47m design.
In May 2010, a European yachtsman, advised by Camper & Nicholson’s, entrusted Sunrise Yachts with his dream yacht project: a 63m ocean-going vessel.