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Luxury superyacht SuRi is 63.7m of pure fun. Have the vacation of a lifetime in...

Luxury superyacht SuRi is 63.7m of pure fun. Have the vacation of a lifetime in South East Asia or the South Pacific aboard this spectacular yacht.

SuRi The Yacht

SuRi was initially a crabber having been featured on the popular television show, Deadliest Catch. After extensive refits, SuRi finally became what she is today. Touted as the world’s most adventurous superyacht, SuRi delivers an unmatched vacation experience while proving the impossible is always possible.


SuRi accommodates 12 guests in 7 cabins. The owner’s deck is a private oasis boasting 5 staterooms including four VIP suites, and a full-beam master suite with a private lounge and office. In addition, each of the staterooms features large, unobstructed views along with full ensuite bathrooms. Because the accommodations are so luxurious, you may not want to leave your room! However, the great outdoors calls and SuRi has just the right toys for adventure.

Water Toys and Amenities

SuRi can sure pack a punch with her extended range and a vast selection of toys. What other 63-meter motor yacht carries a chopper, a seaplane, motorbikes, a slide, a hovercraft, a 37-foot game fisher, a Stan-Craft mahogany speedster… the list goes on! SuRi’s water toys and amenities are continually updated. She has things such as:

  • Variety of Kneeboards, Wakeboards, and Surfboards
  • Adult and Child Connelly Water Skis
  • 1 x Zapata Fly Board with a Variety of Boots to Fit All Sizes
  • 1 x Zapata Hover Board with Variety of Boot Sizes
  • 4 x Yamaha FX High-Performance Jet Skis
  • 2 x Seabob Underwater Scooters
  • Freestyle Cruiser Inflatable Water Slide – 11 meter
  • Inflatable Rock Climbing Wall
  • Inflatable Swimming Pool
  • Scuba and Snorkel Gear

Watch this action-packed video and see for yourself the capability of this incredible vessel.
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