SuRi is a magnificent expedition superyacht built by Halter Marine and designed by Kirilloff & Associates (refit) and Stan Antrim of YES (refit). She was originally launched in 1978 and converted in 2007 with another refit and 11m extension in 2012.
The steel hull and superstructure with the added benefit of extended range, made possible through a vast amount of fuel reserve onboard, makes SuRi the perfect choice for venturing into exotic and demanding areas of the globe.
The brand new interior space offers unrivalled comfort while the exterior delivers an expansive amount of deck space that offers a multitude of options for outdoor dining, playing, sunbathing or simply relaxing with a cocktail.
SuRi cruises the South Pacific islands and is available for fully personalised charters experiences.
After completing extensive upgrades to the master cabin and sky lounge in Brisbane, the vessel will be relocating to New Zealand for christmas before heading to Fiji. She will be open for charter in all Pacific destinations, from the Marquesas to South East Asia.
2015 upgrades include:
Owner’s cabin: 2m extension aft with full beam, a new walk in wardrobe and new ensuites.
Sky lounge remodelled with teak floors and new settees. All paintwork and finishes.
New Mastercraft ski / wake board / wake surf boat.
A-Star Squirrel Helicopter (4 guests) SEARAY seaplane (2 guests) 30ft Stan-Craft Wooden Speedster (Open Boat) with 600hp Inboard Engines 37ft Intrepid Center Console Cuddy with 2 x 350hp V8 Yamaha 4-stroke Outboards 23ft Munson Packman landing Craft with 200hp 4 Stroke Outboards 3 x SeaDoo Wave Runner 1503CC 2 x Yamaha Stand-up Jet Skis 701 CC 2 x Seabob underwater scooters 9 x surfboards ranging from 5’ to 8’ Adult and Child Connelly Water Skis Heritage Single Rowing Boat Complete Scuba Diving Gear Fishing Gear for Trawling / Jigging and big game Freestyle cruiser inflatable water slide 11m
63m | 208ft
8 (5 x VIP, 2 x convertible twin)
Bali, Fiji, French Polynesia, Indonesia, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Raja Ampat, Solomon Islands, South Pacific, Tahiti, Tonga