Price & Location
Low Season Rate per Week
€ 310000
High Season Rate per Week
€ 330000
East Med, Greece
Year of Built:
Year of Reffit:
59.80 m (196.19 ft)
59.80 m (196.19 ft)
3.10 m (10.17 ft)
Number of Crew:
Key Features

> Jacuzzi on the sundeck

> Mater cabin on the main deck

> Full list of water toys

> Stabilizers

2 x 1850hp Caterpillar
3 x 155kW Caterpillar , 1 x 60kW Caterpillar
Cruising Speed:
15 knots
Fuel Consumption:
550 lt/h
Number of Cabins:
Cabin Configuration:
1 x master cabin, 3 x VIP cabins, 2 x twin cabins with one pulman berth in each
Bed Configuration:
1 x king size bed, 3 x double beds, 4 x single beds, 2 x pulman berths
Number of guests:
Water Toys

1 x custom made Novurania 7.5m tender with 340hp
1 x custom made Novurania 5.5m tender with 115hp
1 x 4m Zodiac tender
2 x Sea Doo GTX
Inflatable canoe two person
3 x Tubes 1 person
Inflatable Sofa two persons
Tube 4 persons
2 x SUP
SUP with steps
2 x Wakeboards
2 x set water ski Adult
Set water ski children
Fishing equipment

Communication & Entertainment

Library with more than 500 movies, Music library with international music, Spa Jacuzzi pool, WiFi 3G Internet, air condition.


Luxury crewed motor yacht Sunday

Luxury crewed motor yacht Sunday: The sense of Purity, The aerodynamic line of the 60m SUNDAY shows power but the minute you enter, the elegance and exquisite taste surround you, reflecting presence and character. All exterior lines of the yacht are by Stefano Natucci while the boat’s interior design is the result of the collaboration between Studio IPSO architects and the Owner’s wife, a very important collector and connoisseur of modern art. Studio IPSO drew their inspiration from the famous architects who designed and created the “Normandy” ocean liner back in the 1930’s.

When launched in 1932, as the fastest, largest liner afloat, she represented the height of Art Deco design and her style has been replicated in the full beam owners’ suite. The main concept was to create two independent and yet complementary elements: Owners’ previous yacht has provided a fertile ground for ideas that would be applied to Sunday, such as the innovation of the extended bridge wings, allowing a clear line of sight to the stern. The Owners’ wish to intervene more forcefully on the interior aspect where they dreamed to create a sense of vast space, but one that would radiate warmth, serenity, and style. Special art effects were used and after a careful blend of paintings and artworks, Sunday’s Owners achieved an atmosphere which is bright yet soft, even though one would not have expected it for an art deck based interior. Skilled technicians and gifted craft men were gathered by this concept to create a modern, elegant, unique vessel.


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