The 120m superyacht named Sunrise designed to recreate an ‘idyllic island resort’re

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Pictured: The stunning 120-meter superyacht designed to recreate an ‘idyllic island resort’, with an observatory, cinema and helipad as highlights

  • Concept design for the yacht has been unveiled by luxury boat broker SuperYachtsMonaco
  • The steel hull vessel, called Sunrise, will accommodate 22 guests and 49 staff
  • There is no detail on the price of the yacht and it will only be built at the request of a potential owner

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An observatory, a helipad, a cinema, two gyms and two swimming pools. It’s not bad to go for a boat, but this is not an old boat.

These features are just a taste of the opulent onboard facilities of the latest ‘gigayacht’ concept unveiled by luxury boat brokerage company SuperYachtsMonaco, which is designed to exude an ‘idyllic island resort atmosphere’.

Stunning views show what the 135m steel-hulled Sunrise ship will look like, with a long, streamlined exterior and a modern Japanese interior, including louvered screens, low-slung minimalist furniture and a soothing water feature by the main deck bar.

Concept design for a new superyacht named Sunrise, pictured, has been unveiled by luxury boat brokerage SuperYachtsMonaco

Concept design for a new superyacht named Sunrise, pictured, has been unveiled by luxury boat brokerage SuperYachtsMonaco

SuperYachtsMonaco explains that the yacht's planned design will give it an 'idyllic island resort atmosphere'

SuperYachtsMonaco explains that the yacht’s planned design will give it an ‘idyllic island resort atmosphere’

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of natural light, with these large panes running from bow to stern

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of natural light, with these large panes running from bow to stern

Japanese-inspired interior features include louvered screens and minimalist low-slung furniture

Japanese-inspired interior features include louvered screens and minimalist low-slung furniture

A look inside one of the lounge areas, complete with a large cinema screen

A look inside one of the lounge areas, complete with a large cinema screen

The ship is designed with 11 cabins for 22 guests, and the owner’s suite will be the equivalent of a private wing, complete with its own indoor and outdoor pools, gym, private deck and office.

To ensure that all guest needs are met, there is accommodation for 49 crew members.

Renderings show how floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of natural light, with these large panes running from the bow to the stern.

SuperYachtsMonaco says 'this is a visionary project, with huge deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea'

SuperYachtsMonaco says ‘this is a visionary project, with huge deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea’

The ship is designed to accommodate 22 guests.  To ensure that all guest needs are met, there is accommodation for 49 crew members

The ship is designed to accommodate 22 guests. To ensure that all guest needs are met, there is accommodation for 49 crew members

There are plenty of places to sunbathe on the superyacht with generous seating areas and multiple pools

There are plenty of places to sunbathe on the superyacht with generous seating areas and multiple pools

A drive-in jet ski bay, a huge tender garage for water sports equipment and an expansive sundeck with a swimming pool are some of the other notable features.

In terms of speed, the yacht is expected to reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave drag.

The sleek vessel was designed by Italy-based and multi-award winning Robert Curtò Design Studio, which has a portfolio of more than 50 cutting edge superyachts.

Stunning renderings show the 442ft (135m) steel-hulled ship will have a long slender exterior

Stunning renderings show the 442ft (135m) steel-hulled ship will have a long slender exterior

The designers named the concept Sunrise because of the way the sides of the yacht sink to the water, like 'the sun at daybreak'

The designers named the concept Sunrise because of the way the sides of the yacht sink to the water, like ‘the sun at daybreak’

In terms of speed, the yacht is expected to reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave drag

In terms of speed, the yacht is expected to reach a top speed of 24 knots (27mph) thanks to a streamlined design to reduce wind and wave drag

A spokesperson for SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there are no details on the price of Sunrise and that the superyacht

A spokesperson for SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there are no details on the price of Sunrise and that the superyacht “will only be built if an owner comes along and wants to build her.”

The designers named the concept Sunrise because of the way the sides of the yacht sink into the water, like ‘the sun at daybreak’.

A spokesperson for SuperYachtsMonaco tells MailOnline Travel that there are no details on the price of Sunrise and that the superyacht “will only be built if an owner comes along and wants to build her.”

The company adds that “this is a visionary project, with huge deck spaces and an interior that is open and at one with the sea.”

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