The $150 million superyacht features an interior design by Terrence Disdale, with an exterior penned by Bjorn Johannsson.
The yacht is at the forefront of comfort and luxury and was delivered in 2010 from the Oceanco shipyard.
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SUNRAYS yacht interior
English designer Terence Disdale penned the interior design of the SUNRAYS yacht. The interior has an abundance of space with amenities that provide a luxurious yachting experience for guests.
The interior is refined and opulent, with a dedicated dance floor, spa, and beauty salon with various treatments available.
The pampering doesn’t stop there; a steam room, a plunge pool in the sun, and a well-equipped gym are available on board.
The deck jacuzzi allows guests to soak up the bubbles in style. The beach club is an impressive feature of the yacht opening onto the water for fun in and out of the water. SUNRAYS features a spacious pool onboard.
The entrainment continues with the extensive toys on board the superyacht. There is a wide selection of action-packed toys for guests to choose from, from waterskis, scuba diving equipment, wakeboards, kayaks, and wave runners.
She is truly the best combination of luxury and action-packed adventure on the water. Details on board the yacht that gives her a luxurious feel are a glass and stainless steel cylindrical elevator.
There is accommodation for 12 guests in 9 suites. The rooms consist of a master suite, three VIP cabins, two double cabins, and two twin cabins.
Accommodation for 27 crew members allows the yachting experience to be the height of luxury.
The exterior of the SUNRAYS yacht was designed by Bjorn Johansson, with inspiration taken from his earlier award-winning design for the yacht Mirage.
She features sleep and elegant lines that create the impression of a dagger that represents power and strength.
The teal hull is steel, with a cream aluminum superstructure. The hull and superstructure are an eye-catching feature of the yacht.
She was built by Oceanco and delivered in 2010. She underwent a refit in 2018. The exterior also features impressive underwater lights that illuminate her throughout the night.
The 85.5m yacht has a beam of 13.8m and a draft of 3.95m. SUNRAYS has a volume of 2867 gross tons and is powered by twin MTU engines.
She has a cruising speed of 14 knots and reaches a maximum of 20 knots.
SUNRAYS features anchor stabilizers that provide exceptional comfort levels for guests by reducing the rolling motion of the yacht on the water.
She has a range of 6000 nautical miles. The $150 million vessel has an annual running cost of $10 – $15 million.