The 63.6-metre motor yacht Irimari is back on the market and has been listed for sale with Lukas Stratmann and Peter Hürzeler of Ocean Independence.
Built in steel and aluminium, to Bureau Veritas class, by Sunrise Yachts, Irimari was delivered in 2015 with a refit in 2019 and in 2023, including a partial repaint, with her class survey currently in progress. Espen Øino is responsible for her exterior profile, while her interior is the work of Focus Yacht Design.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in six cabins, including a full-beam master suite with large portholes, a king-size bed, private office and his and hers walk-in wardrobes. Further guest accommodation is comprised of a VIP cabin, two doubles and two twins. The master suite and VIP cabin can be transformed into an apartment while the aft twin and aft double can also convert into a large VIP cabin. All cabins have en suite bathrooms with rainfall showers.
For lounging, guests have a number of options to choose from. The upper deck offers sea views out of oversized windows and houses a cinema screen with four sofas, an interactive games room and a piano. Another lounge area and formal dining can be found in the main saloon below.
Up top, a sundeck offers plenty of space for sunbathing and socialising, complete with a spa pool surrounded by sun pad and a sit-up bar. For days down by the water, Irimari's transom door converts into a large swim platform, leading to her beach club and providing the perfect launch pad for her extensive list of water toys.
Power comes from twin 2000hp MTU diesel engines giving the 1347GT yacht for sale a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 6,000 nautical miles when cruising at 11 knots. Irimari is fitted with Naiad stabilisers for when she is at anchor or underway.
Irimari is asking €49,000,000.