Superyacht SUNRAYS has a softly curved teal coloured aluminium superstructure – an exterior design shape which was designed by the masterful Bjorn Johansson Design which was built with a steel hull and topped with an aluminium superstructure. Indeed an interesting feature of the design is that all of her 4 exterior decks reveals soothing water features – blend perfectly with the beautifully curved superstructure.
On her bridge deck resides the Spa Pool spa, as well as a bamboo-finished lounge which can be transformed into a movie theatre arena. The owners’ input is evident in the layout of the spa lounge which can also be converted into a movie theatre. On the sun deck a semi-enclosed air-conditioned bar, fully equipped with cooking facilities, separates the forward spa area from the aft sun-bed lounge deck.
Luxury yacht Sunrays had her naval architecture produced by Azure Naval Architects Oceanco, and her heavenly interior design is the work of Terence Disdale, as aided by the yacht’s owner. Whilst the interior offers generous living areas including a full-beam lounge and spacious dining room. A multifunctional interior is created with built-in table tops which have been recessed and hidden in the ceiling. This means the luxury yacht can be flexible for various entertaining and private occasions.
M/Y SUNRAYS also boasts a foldable exterior bulwark allowing her dinner guests wonderful unobstructed ocean views.
Superyacht SUNRAY (Y705) is based on the proven technical Oceanco Y700 platform. Her exterior is by Björn Johansson Design and her interior by Terence Disdale Design and she is certain to stand out amongst other large yachts.
The large dining room can be converted into a video conference room with the optional use of the adjacent library. The standard foldable exterior bulwark assures guests an unrestricted view while dinner is served.
As for accommodation, the large Sunrays superyacht has the owner’s private master suite located on the upper deck, with private balcony etc. In fact, the suite holds a pool balcony, while a VIP cabin and study room lie behind. Both rooms have foldable sea balconies and can also be connected with the Master suite, thus serving as one living area. Aft of the sleeping accommodation is a full beam lounge. In addition, the yacht’s main deck hosts the guest VIP suites and stateroom suites, which connect to each other.