Sunrise Yachts to Build Skyfall a 68 Metre Yacht for Staluppi

John and Jeanette Staluppi who have always named their yachts after the James Bond movies have commissioned their 19thsuperyacht to be known as Sykfall
The deal was brokered by Worth Avenue Yachts of Palm Beach for a 68 metre yacht to be designed by Vallicelli & Co., with an interior design by Focus Yacht Design and naval architecture by Mulder Design and OYD.
The yacht will be built in Antalya Turkey, by Sunrise Yachts, a company founded in 2006 by German businessman and yachtsman Herbert P. Baum and British-French yacht-builder Guillaume Roché.
This will bring the number of Sunrise yachts under construction to six. After delivering the 45 metre Africa in 2009, the company is currently building five super yachts, from 34 to 63 metres in length.
Guillaume Roché, Sunrise Yachts CEO, states: “It means a lot to us to be chosen to build such an ambitious project, especially for one of the world’s most experienced yacht owners. It is both an acknowledgement of our achievements in the six short years of our shipyard’s operation, and a motivation to further pursue excellence in our standards. We are looking forward with great anticipation to this unique opportunity that is creating a floating work of art with creative and competent people.”
  • Project Name: Sunrise N681 
  • Length: 67.50m/221’
  • Beam (moulded): 11.30m/37’
  • Draft (max): 3.15m/10’3”
  • Displacement (full load): 900 tons
  • Gross Tonnage: 1,300 grt
  • Max. speed: 23 knots
  • Range: 5,000 nautical miles
  • Guests: 12
  • Crew: 16
  • Yacht Design: A.V.C. & Co. Vallicelli Design, Rome, Italy
  • Interior Design: Focus Yacht Design, Bremen, Germany
  • Naval Architecture: Mulder Design/OYD
  • Classification: Bureau Veritas / LY3
  • Hull type & Material: Fast-displacement Steel
  • Superstructure material: Aluminium
  • Engines: 2 x MTU 16V4000M93
  • Propulsion System: Voith Linear Jets
  • Generators: 2 x 220 kW + 1 x 200 kW MME microturbine