Designed to mimic an ‘idyllic island resort’ this gorgeous 443-feet long superyacht comes with two swimming pools, a cinema, helipad, and its own stargazing observatory


Italian design studio Roberto Curtò Design reveals its new concept, the 135m Sunrise made in collaboration with SuperYachtsMonaco, and this has completely raised the bar for gigayachts around the world. Though a concept, for now, the vessel is called Sunrise because of the way the yacht’s sides dip towards the water, like ‘the sun at the break of day’ and will literally see the light of the day on request from a potential owner.


Project Sunrise is a long, low, and lean yacht capable of speeds to 24 knots. Roberto Curtò has designed the yacht keeping the ‘idyllic island-resort vibe’ in mind. The 442 ft. long vessel Sunrise is rather roomy with space for a helipad, a huge tender garage, an astronomical observatory, two pools, a huge owner’s cabin with a private gym, an office and indoor/outdoor pool, a gym for guests, a cinema and two dining rooms. It can easily house as many as 22 guests and a crew of 49.

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The interiors are plush with 11 cabins, ample natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for plenty of natural light. The sleek vessel has been equipped with highlights such as a drive-in Jet Ski bay, a huge tender garage for water sports gear, and a sprawling sundeck with a pool. 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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[Via: Boat International]