Launched in 2016, HERE COMES THE SUN yacht is an 89-meter-long superyacht that can comfortably accommodate 16 guests.
Designed by Tim Heywood, she is owned by billionaire Alexander Dzhaparidze.
HERE COMES THE SUN originally had an 83m length, but after a six-month restoration at the Amels shipyard in 2021, she acquired an extra six meters.
|Name:||Here Comes The Sun|
|Length:||83 m (272 ft)|
|Guests:||16 in 8 cabins|
|Crew:||25 in 12 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Andrew Winch Design|
|Price:||US $150 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US $10 – 15 million|
HERE COMES THE SUN yacht interior
Andrew Winch Design was hired to design and build the unique interior of the HERE COMES THE SUN yacht to ensure that it matched the owner’s specific requirements.
The yacht’s interior is tastefully designed to complement the rest of the vessel’s style. The yacht’s owner’s deck is 42 meters long and contains more than 300 square meters of deck area.
HERE COMES THE SUN has been designed to accommodate up to 16 passengers in 8 apartments.
Five VIP accommodations are available, as well as four cabins that may be utilized as twins or doubles.
HERE COMES THE SUN yacht’s interior has a piano, a sauna, underwater lighting, and an elevator. A beauty salon, five-meter swimming pools, a deck jacuzzi, WiFi, and air conditioning are also available.
Tim Heywood created the outside design for the yacht HERE COMES THE SUN. Tim Heywood and his team, with Damen Yachting handling the refurbishment in 2021.
The additional length added to her has made it possible to add a helipad to the sun deck.
The whole yacht, including the hull, has been resprayed. Both designs were unique requests from their respective owners.
The aft bridge deck was also expanded to accommodate two VIP suites with outdoor balconies.
She can hit 17 knots when she’s at its most powerful. She is 2827 tonnes in weight. She cruises at roughly 14 knots on average, however, this is subject to fluctuation.
Manufacturer: She is powered by two Caterpillar engines that allow her a range of up to 5900 nautical miles at a peak speed of 17 knots.
Based on current projections it costs approximately $10 – $15 million annually to run her.