Sunrise Yachts Signs 3 New Superyacht Projects at FLIBS 2014
For the first time this year, Sunrise Yachts had the opportunity to showcase a yacht at the leading American boat show.
M/Y "Atomic" was received with enthusiasm by more than 300 visitors, including 17 super yacht owners. North-‐ and South-‐American visitors alike were greatly intrigued by the full-‐displacement, steel and aluminium luxury motor yacht with genuine sea-‐worthy qualities, outstanding volumes and remarkable fuel efficiency.
Guillaume Roché, Sunrise Yachts co-‐founder and CEO, stated: "We are very proud of the quality achieved with M/Y "Atomic", which is bringing us one great step closer to our objectives in term of engineering and construction standards. We intend to continue improving with every project we are currently building and we look forward to exhibiting our new yachts at FLIBS in 2015 and beyond."
The owner of "Atomic" attended the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show and his contagious excitement about the yacht helped convince new clients to build their yacht projects with Sunrise Yachts: a 45m (sister ship to "Atomic"), a 50m and a 60m (Design by A. Vallicelli & Co), with 2017 and 2018 delivery, as well as another 50m (Design by Espen Øino) in discussion.
Further details will be released on the projects at the beginning of 2015.
About Sunrise Yachts:
Founded in 2006 by German businessman and yachtsman Herbert P. Baum and British-French yacht-builder Guillaume Roché, Sunrise Yachts in based in the Free Zone of Antalya, Turkey.
Combining international design, engineering and management with Turkey's skilled and competitive workforce, Sunrise Yachts offers quality yacht construction and refit solutions to the international market. Its 20,000 m2 state-of-art facilities accommodate projects up to 75m in length and 2,000-ton displacement.
After delivering the 45m "Africa" in 2009, and the 45m "Atomic" in 2014, the company is currently building five super yachts, from 34m to 63m in length.
Tel. +33 6 8998 8983
Post your comment
You cannot post comments until you have logged in.Login to post a comment
No one has commented on this page yet.
RSS feed for comments on this page | RSS feed for all comments