The 442ft-long superyacht named Sunrise that’s designed to mimic an ‘idyllic island resort’


Pictured: The stunning 442ft-long superyacht designed to mimic an ‘idyllic island resort’, with a star-gazing observatory, cinema and helipad among the highlights

  • The concept design for the yacht has been revealed by luxury boat brokerage firm SuperYachtsMonaco
  • Named Sunrise, the steel-hulled vessel will include accommodation for 22 guests and 49 staff 
  • There is no detail around the yacht’s price and it will only be built on request from a potential owner

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A star-gazing observatory, a helipad, a cinema, two gyms and two swimming pools. It’s not bad going for a boat but this isn’t any old boat.

These features are just a taster of the lavish facilities onboard the latest ‘gigayacht’ concept unveiled by luxury boat brokerage firm SuperYachtsMonaco, which has been designed to exude an ‘idyllic island resort vibe’.

Stunning renderings show what the 442ft (135m)-steel-hulled vessel named Sunrise will look like, with a long sleek exterior and contemporary Japanese-influenced interiors, including slatted screens, low-slung minimalist furniture and a calming water feature by the bar on the main deck.

A concept design for a new superyacht called Sunrise, pictured, has been unveiled by luxury boat brokerage firm SuperYachtsMonaco

A concept design for a new superyacht called Sunrise, pictured, has been unveiled by luxury boat brokerage firm SuperYachtsMonaco 

SuperYachtsMonaco explains the planned design of the yacht will give it an 'idyllic island resort vibe'

SuperYachtsMonaco explains the planned design of the yacht will give it an 'idyllic island resort vibe'

SuperYachtsMonaco explains the planned design of the yacht will give it an ‘idyllic island resort vibe’

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows will allow for plenty of natural light, with these large panes of glass running from the bow to the stern

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows will allow for plenty of natural light, with these large panes of glass running from the bow to the stern

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows will allow for plenty of natural light, with these large panes of glass running from the bow to the stern 

Japanese-inspired interior features include slatted screens and minimalist low-slung furniture

Japanese-inspired interior features include slatted screens and minimalist low-slung furniture

Japanese-inspired interior features include slatted screens and minimalist low-slung furniture

A peek inside one of the lounge areas, complete with a large cinema-style screen

A peek inside one of the lounge areas, complete with a large cinema-style screen

A peek inside one of the lounge areas, complete with a large cinema-style screen 

The vessel has been designed with 11 cabins to accommodate 22 guests, and the owner’s suite will be the equivalent of a private wing, complete with its own indoor and outdoor pools, a gym, a private terrace and an office.

To ensure guests’ every whim is catered for, there will be accommodation for 49 crew.

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows will allow for plenty of natural light, with these large panes of glass running from the bow to the stern. 

SuperYachtsMonaco says that 'this is a visionary project, with vast deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea'

SuperYachtsMonaco says that 'this is a visionary project, with vast deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea'

SuperYachtsMonaco says that ‘this is a visionary project, with vast deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea’

The vessel has been designed to accommodate 22 guests. To ensure guests' every whim is catered for, there will be accommodation for 49 crew

The vessel has been designed to accommodate 22 guests. To ensure guests' every whim is catered for, there will be accommodation for 49 crew

The vessel has been designed to accommodate 22 guests. To ensure guests’ every whim is catered for, there will be accommodation for 49 crew

There are plenty of places to soak up the sun on the superyacht with generous seating areas and multiple swimming pools

There are plenty of places to soak up the sun on the superyacht with generous seating areas and multiple swimming pools

There are plenty of places to soak up the sun on the superyacht with generous seating areas and multiple swimming pools

A drive-in jet ski bay, a huge tender garage for water sports gear and a sprawling sundeck with a pool are among the other standout features. 

In terms of speed, it is projected that the yacht will reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave resistance.

The sleek vessel has been designed by the Italian-based and multi-award-winning Robert Curtò Design Studio, which has a portfolio of more than 50 cutting-edge superyachts.

Stunning renderings show that the 442ft (135m)-steel-hulled vessel will have a long sleek exterior

Stunning renderings show that the 442ft (135m)-steel-hulled vessel will have a long sleek exterior

Stunning renderings show that the 442ft (135m)-steel-hulled vessel will have a long sleek exterior

The designers called the concept Sunrise because of the way the yacht's sides dip towards the water, like 'the sun at the break of day'

The designers called the concept Sunrise because of the way the yacht's sides dip towards the water, like 'the sun at the break of day'

The designers called the concept Sunrise because of the way the yacht’s sides dip towards the water, like ‘the sun at the break of day’ 

In terms of speed, it is projected that the yacht will reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave resistance

In terms of speed, it is projected that the yacht will reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave resistance

In terms of speed, it is projected that the yacht will reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave resistance

A spokesperson from SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there is no detail around Sunrise's price and the superyacht will 'only be built if an owner comes along who wishes to build her'

A spokesperson from SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there is no detail around Sunrise's price and the superyacht will 'only be built if an owner comes along who wishes to build her'

A spokesperson from SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there is no detail around Sunrise’s price and the superyacht will ‘only be built if an owner comes along who wishes to build her’

The designers called the concept Sunrise because of the way the yacht’s sides dip towards the water, like ‘the sun at the break of day’.

A spokesperson from SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there is no detail around Sunrise’s price and the superyacht will ‘only be built if an owner comes along who wishes to build her’.  

The firm adds that ‘this is a visionary project, with vast deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea.’



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