Sunrise Yachts is a newcomer to the Turkish superyacht-building sector in terms of a company but its Chief Executive Guillaume Roche has been around in the industry for several years having previously owned a shipyard and also project managed a number of newbuilds.
Sunrise Yachts was established on 10,000 square meters of Mediterranean coastline in Southern Turkey. The yacht-building facility has two halls, measuring 100 meters long (328 feet) and 16 meters (53 feet) wide, as well as a 70-meter (230-foot)-by-16-meter (53-foot) fully acclimatized, laboratory-style paint shed, that can accommodate new construction and refit projects up to 65 meters (213 feet) in length and 1,200 tons displacement.
Along each side of the yacht-building facility, space is available for long-term sub-contractors with the latest equipment and logistics capabilities, along with air-conditioned storage, ventilation and extraction plants. The shipyard is organized as an "assembler," based loosely on the car industry's model, with a small, yet powerful project management team charged with running all the in-house long-term sub-contractors.
We also provide contemporary amenities for visiting specialists, regulation authority representatives and Sunrise Yachts owners. Our workshops and offices were designed specifically for our team members, experienced craftsmen whose focus is to achieve a level of quality surpassing that expected by the most discriminating yachtsmen.
Our priority at Sunrise Yachts is to please people: not only those who buy our luxurious yachts, but also the ones who build them.