Project Sunset debuts at Monaco Yacht Show and Fort Lauderdale

Oct 6, 2014 by Guest Writer

Turkish builder Sunrise Yachts has launched the second yacht in its 45m series. The 148-foot Project Sunset (Hull 182) was scheduled to debut at the Monaco Yacht Show and show in the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The yacht is a three-deck, full displacement motoryacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.

Like its sister ship, M/Y Africa, it has a full-length technical tunnel running from the engine room to the bow-thruster compartment for access to tanks and systems at bilge deck level. The interior was designed by Franck Darnet Design.

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