Luxury yacht charters: Sunrise Yachts’ 64m Irimari is the shipyard’s largest yacht to date

Irimari Sunrise Yachts

We explore the latest yacht charters, new builds on the market and cool yachting destinations. Take a look at Sunrise Yachts’ largest yacht to date, Irimari

How does a superyacht charter maintain its relevance in a competitive industry? For Sunrise Yachts’ Irimari – designed by Espen Øino and Focus Yacht Design – it meant a refit in 2019, barely four years after it was built. Post-facelift, guests still get to enjoy the 64m yacht’s refined spaces. Its updated palette of white and royal blue adds the right amount of pizzazz, while the facilities keep guests satisfied and entertained.

The sundeck remains a popular spot throughout the day. The glass-fronted swimming pool is fitted with underwater seats and accompanied with generously sized sunpads. Those looking for some shade can retreat to either the outdoor or indoor lounge, or the wet bar and teppanyaki grill.

Irimari sails the Mediterranean Sea from €460,000 (S$742,709) a week. She’s also up for sale and has an asking price that starts from €55 million (S$88 million).

Irimari accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins. Families can combine the owner’s suite and VIP cabin to form a large apartment. The two guest staterooms can be transformed into a second VIP suite.

The owner’s suite occupies the entire 11.5m beam, and is fitted with his-and-hers walk-in closets along with an office. The bathroom is nearly as large as the bedroom; a large oval freestanding tub with a halo light acts as a centrepiece, with separate showers, sinks and dressing tables flanking its sides.

Other amenities include an upper saloon that converts into a cinema, a spa treatment room with a Finnish sauna, and an open-air gym on the lower deck.

Irimari’s water toys include Seabobs, wakeboards, Sea-Doos and jet skis, along with a custom limousine and sport tender.

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This story first appeared in the January 2021 issue, which you may purchase as a hard or digital copy