John and Jeanette Staluppi and Sunrise Yachts are delighted to announce that they have decided to market the 68m motor yacht Project Skyfall (N681), the first of a series. This announcement follows an amazing level of interest, generated by the Project Skyfall superyacht since her introduction earlier this year.
Since they are currently owning two superyachts, charter yacht “Skyfall” (ex Mi Sueno), and superyacht “Skyfall II” (ex O’Khalila), the Staluppi’s have agreed to concede their slot to the right buyer.
Hull #1 steelwork is nearly completed and the first vessel will be available in March 2017.
Luxury yacht Project “Skyfall”, designed by Vallicelli & Co., with an interior design by Focus Yacht Design and naval architecture by Mulder Design and Ozgün Yacht Design, is a fast-displacement, steel hull and aluminium superstructure, transatlantic luxury motor yacht.
In line with the Staluppi’s spirit of innovation that has produced many ground-breaking yachts, the “Skyfall” superyacht series will feature performance levels and new technologies never combined in yacht projects before, including MME microturbines the power generating solution of the future.
Technical Specifications of Project Skyfall Yacht
Project Name: Sunrise N681 “Skyfall”
Beam (moulded): 11.30m/37’
Draft (max): 3.15m/10’3”
Displacement (full load): 900 tons
Gross Tonnage: 1,300 grt
Max. speed: 17 or 23 knots options
Range: 5,000 nautical miles
Yacht Design: A.V.C. & Co. Vallicelli Design, Rome, Italy
Interior Design: Focus Yacht Design, Bremen, Germany
Naval Architecture: Mulder Design/ Özgun Yacht Design
Classification: Bureau Veritas / LY3
Hull type & Material: Fast-displacement Steel
Superstructure material: Aluminium
Engines: 2 x MTU 16V4000M93 or 93L
Propulsion System: Voith Linear Jets
Generators: 2 x 220 kW + 1 x 200 kW MME microturbine