James Bond Would be Proud

Sunrise Yachts delivers the refitted Palmer Johnson Skyfall II to American owners.

September 23, 2014

Palmer Johnson 150 Skyfall II

Skyfall II shows off her new and far more subdued paint job, compared with her original metallic gold. Courtesy Sunrise Yachts

Sunrise Yachts in Antalya, Turkey, has refitted and delivered the 150-foot Palmer Johnson Skyfall II to her American owners.

Skyfall II previously was known as O’Khalila. She originally launched in 2007 as Hull No. 1 in Palmer Johnson’s Supersport 150 series.

The refit included removing the central main engine and shaft line, installing a SeaKeepers gyrostabilizer system (in addition to the existing Quantum zero-speeds), adding new teak decks, designing a new composite hardtop with integrated air conditioning, relocating the wing stations, repainting the metallic gold hull in light gray and replacing the original Nuvolari & Lenard interior with an updated design by Evan K. Marshall.


Sunrise Yachts is hoping to take on even larger projects in the future. For 2015, the shipyard is increasing its lifting and launching capacity from 500 to 1,200 displacement tons.

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