Sunrise Yachts says the 223-foot Project Skyfall now under construction at its Antalya, Turkey, shipyard is available for purchase by a new owner.
“Due to the remarkable level of interest generated by the project since its introduction earlier this year, John and Jeanette Staluppi and Sunrise Yachts have decided to market Project Skyfall, the first of a series,” according to a press release from the shipyard.
Back in February, the Staluppis, who are longtime yachting enthusiasts, announced that they were the buyers behind the yard’s largest yacht to date. Now, Sunrise Yachts says, the Staluppis have decided they already have their hands full with the two superyachts they already own: the 190-foot Trinity Skyfall, which is actively for sale, and the 150-foot Palmer Johnson Skyfall II, which completed a refit at Sunrise in September.
Steel work is nearly complete on the 223-foot Project Skyfall, and the delivery schedule is still on track for March 2017. Naval architecture is by Mulder Design and Ozgün Yacht Design, exterior design is by Vallicelli & Co., and interior design is by Focus Yacht Design.
More information is available at www.sunriseyachts.com.