While a 206-foot yacht is definitely not modest in size, Irimari boasts features that are actually fit for much larger vessels, such as vast decks connected by extra-wide staircases, and transoceanic cruising capabilities. It is the first one of its kind by Turkish shipyard Sunrise Yachts.
The yacht has four decks and a water-level beach deck, which is only accessible upon opening the transom. All exterior spaces are furnished and organized so as to ensure optimum comfort, plenty of room for socialization, and inviting relaxation sports. The sundeck flaunts an oversized Jacuzzi, ample sunbathing space, and a very handy wet bar. From here, the observatory deck above is easy to reach, making this whole area perfect for late night partying under the starry sky.
When the sun gets too harsh or when the rain prohibits any form of outdoor activities, the guests can retreat into the sundeck interior space. Extensive glazing and comfy furnishings make it ideal for lounging and spending some quality time with friends.
Group dining is best enjoyed in the aft bridge deck area, which features a 10-plus dining table. The main salon impresses with huge window and expensive furnishings with rich materials. The elegant interiors were designed by Focus Yacht Design and flaunt a striking mix of classic and contemporary features. Ideal for late evening cocktails, the secondary salon on the bridge deck features deep blue couches and coppery finishes. The dramatic copper deckhead is particularly impressive.
Twelve guests can be comfortably accommodated on Irimari, with the six staterooms being spread across two decks. The rooms have unique design themes, each one inspired by a certain art work which acts as the visual focal point. Two twins and two doubles are located below the main deck in a smart configuration that allows two of the rooms to be joined together in one larger VIP stateroom.
The main deck holds the massive master suite with its classy private study and full-beam master bathroom. Huge windows allow natural light to flood the space, contributing to an overall sense of wellbeing. The half-beam VIP cabin is also situated on the main deck.
With a range of 6,000 nautical miles, the luxurious Irimari was made to ensure a perfectly enjoyable trip to everybody onboard. Guests will never have to feel like they are compromising on luxury or comfort for the duration of their journey. All they have to do is sit back and relax, while the two MTU M63 engines work ceaselessly to get them to their destination.