A luxury vessel, Rising Sun is 27th in terms of size among all private yachts on the planet. The boat was designed by the great Jon Bannenberg and built in 2004 by the renowned German manufacturer Lürssen.

Rising Sun is a 140-meter superyacht that was completed in 2004. It is one of the world's largest yachts. The yacht was initially owned by Larry Ellison when it was built, but ownership was later transferred to David Geffen of Geffen Records.

The Rising Sun delivers an exceptional living space of over 8,000 square meters and 3,300 square meters of deck area – these are lavished with teak decks and Jacuzzi bathrooms. The boat's kitchen features countertops made out of onyx for an especially sumptuous atmosphere. The Rising Sun yacht sits 16 passengers comfortably, who can be completely served by as many as 43 crew members. The steel hull and aluminium superstructure ensure that the guests don't need to worry about any supplies going out of stock.

Rising Sun Yacht

A cruising speed of up to 26 knots is easily achievable, while a top speed of up to 28 knots facilitates longer travels. The luxury boat also has a full gymnasium, a large wine cellar, a sauna, and a spa to assure the ultimate comfort and delight of every visitor onboard. The basketball court on the main deck can also be adapted to become a helicopter pad when required and in it's private cinema, with an enormous plasma screen offers limitless entertainment to royalty and celebrities alike.