Price drop on superyacht Sunrise at Burgess
by Malcolm MacLean
Sunrise recently returned from a shipyard period in La Ciotat where she was fitted with Quantum zero speed stabilisers and other routine maintenance including blasting and re-antifouling of her bottom, replacement of one Gyro and the reupholstering of the guest cabin areas, all ensuring that the yacht is in prime condition for a new owner this Summer.
This pedigree Oceanco has only ever seen private use and still belongs to her original owner. Consistently maintained to the very highest standards by the same captain and chief engineer since build and with no investment spared, Sunrise also benefitted from a substantial refit in 2010, which included a complete repaint of hull and superstructure and interior upgrades.
The yacht’s exterior provides spacious comfortable decks with two spa pools and plentiful areas for lounging and dining while huge, deep windows create a bright and elegant interior elegantly styled with limed oak panelling, mirrors and glass that increase the sense of light and space.
The split-level owner’s suite is a particular feature for a yacht of this size, offering high levels of privacy with a forward facing sleeping area with 180 degree aspect through one-way glass, leading out onto a private owner’s deck with Jacuzzi forward. This suite also has an exceptionally large bathroom to port with separate bath and shower and spectacular marble. To starboard there is a spacious private study which is equipped with all the latest IT and TV/AV equipment.
Five well-appointed, light-filled en suite staterooms provide further accommodation for ten guests while an additional cinema/games room is ideally suited for overspill accommodation and could easily be converted into a large additional guest cabin if the yacht was operated in a purely private capacity.
With her Lloyds 10 year special survey completed in 2010, Sunrise is also MCA compliant and would equally make a superb charter platform, now asking $24.75 million.