The award-winning yacht Sunrays dazzled locals and tourists alike in Mykonos when it docked off the famous Psarou beach on Thursday.
The 85.5m/280’6″ yacht owned by the Dutch shipyard Oceanco offers flexible accommodation for up to twelve guests in nine cabins and features interior styling by English designer Terence Disdale.
Local news site Mykonoslive.tv says that the Sunrays is valued at around 130 million euros ($136 million). It is unknown who the lucky guests who have hired the yacht for the Aegean cruise are.
Mykonos is attracting an array of private yachts. Looking out over the beach bays of Ornos or Psarou, the phenomenon has created what seems to be a parking lot for the luxurious vessels designed for posh travel on the water.
Sunrays yacht has accommodation for up to twelve guests
Built in 2010, Sunrays is custom-built for world-class luxury yacht chartering, offering a wealth of spacious living areas and amenities. Her features include a dancefloor, beauty salon, spa, elevator, underwater lights, beach club, and gym.
The interior features a collection of rare finishes, including hand-carved doors, mother of pearl, cow horn veneers, crushed shell, shagreen, parchment, and various suedes and leathers. The main stair lobby features a glass and stainless steel, cylindrical elevator surrounded by carved wood walls covered with mushroom leather.
Sunrays offers guest accommodations for up to twelve guests in nine suites. Accommodations are comprised of a master suite, three VIP cabins, two double cabins, and two twin cabins. The bed configuration includes a convertible. There are up to twenty-seven crew members on board.
Powered by twin MTU engines, the Sunrays comfortably cruises at fourteen knots and reaches a maximum speed of twenty knots with a range of up to 7,850 nautical miles. The yacht holds 287,600 liters of fuel and tanks at 12 knots.