Sunrise Yachts delivers refit on superyacht Skyfall II

18 September 2014 • Written by Risa Merl

Turkish shipyard Sunrise Yachts has completed a refit of the 46 metre Palmer Johnson superyacht Skyfall II.

Launched in 2007, Skyfall II is the first hull in US shipyard Palmer Johnson's Supersport 150 series and was previously known as O'Khalila. Sunrise Yachts Refit Division performed an extensive seven-month refit on the Lloyd's and MCA classed all-aluminium superyacht.

Sunrise Yachts and Ozgun Yacht Design collaborated on the yacht's engineering refit, which included removing the central main engine and shaftline. A new SeaKeepers gyro stabiliser system was also installed to complement the current Quantum Zero-Speed stabilisers.

Skyfall II's new interior was designed by Evan K Marshall and features new owners and guest areas, which includes a vast master suite and five guest staterooms.

The raised pilot house superyacht has an revamped exterior, which now features new teak decking, composite deck furniture, an integrated Jacuzzi, barbecue and relocated wing stations. She has also been completely repainted in a light grey paint, a distinctive change from her former metallic gold colour.

Skyfall II is listed for sale by Peter Thompson at Worth Avenue Yachts. Available to view at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, she is asking €13 million.

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