The 43 metre superyacht Sunrise, built by Turkish yard Yildiz, has been delivered.
Hot Lab has revealed new details about the interior, with first look images revealed.
Key materials used include walnut, macassar ebony and honey afzelia woodwork combined with detailing in chrome, nacre and woven leather. The interior also features free standing furniture, which is a mix of bespoke designs by Hot Lab and pieces supplied by Italian brands, such as Giorgetti and Minotti.
Speaking about the interior, Hot Lab’s head designer Enrico Lumini said: “The interior style reflects the culture, tastes and status of her cultured owners. The requested style is soberly classic with contemporary details that reflect the exterior lines and satisfy three generations of family members”.
The owner added: “I’m accustomed to working with Italian designers and found the young, friendly, client-oriented team very easy to work with. They did a great job and worked very hard with myself and my wife.”
Accommodation on board is for a total of 12 guests and nine crew, with the guest accommodation spanning four lower deck guest suites and an upper deck master stateroom overlooking the open aft deck.
Forward of the main deck is the large galley and pantry in the portside, while the captain’s cabin sits to starboard below the wheelhouse. Tenders and toys are stored on the open foredeck, allowing room for the beach club at the stern.
Constructed from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, Sunrise is powered by two MTU 8V 2000 M72 engines for a top speed of 15.5 knots and cruising speed of 13.5 knots.