Sunseeker unveils 100 Yacht model

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he British yard has revealed new details and renderings of its new 29.8 metre 100 Yacht model. Launching in autumn 2021, the two-deck yacht will be constructed with a GRP hull and superstructure, with a volume of approximately 125 GT. The volume of this new model has been fully maximised to be below the 24m load line ruling, keeping this as a CE Category A yacht.

According to the yard, this yacht is set to surprise and delight at every turn with entertainment space at the fore. Every single element has been carefully chosen, exuding a sophistication and detail only found in custom superyachts. Andrea Frabetti, Sunseeker’s CEO, comments: “The 100 Yacht is a remarkable example of bespoke refinement and it has been crafted with the passion and precision only found at Sunseeker. This new model is packed with new features and entertainment options including what we believe to be the first open-plan bow to stern entertainment deck and an Owners Suite with private access to its terrace at the bow.”

Her elegant interior has been carefully designed to exude expansive space and light throughout. Her elegant, powerful lines flow around sublime architecture. Some of the yacht’s key features include a breathtaking commanding facade, a secluded private terrace, sunbathing hideaways, seamless flybridge to foredeck access, beautifully proportioned open-plan interior and generous ‘Beach Club’. The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in 4 guest cabins on the lower deck and 1 owner’s suite.

The aft tender garage converts into a large and luxurious Beach Club, great for family and friends to socialise close to the water, perhaps utilising the large built-in BBQ. The Bezenzoni ‘Ladder Gangway’ allows guests to effortlessly access the watersports on offer, after which they will be keen to use the oversized ‘rain shower’ before relaxing on the new transformational chaise longue sunbeds. These innovative ‘X-TEND™’ sunbeds, which have been skillfully integrated within the design, allow for a multiplicity of arrangements in what is likely to be one of the key entertainment spaces on board. There is flexibility in how the ‘Beach Club’ and tender arrangements can be configured. The tender garage, which can be flooded at the touch of a button, can be furnished with a Williams 460 Sportjet and Seabobs or alternatively, there is ample stowage for a Williams 395 Sportjet with a GTX255 jet ski.

The vast flybridge flows seamlessly into the foredeck space with uninterrupted walk-around access on both sides. The flybridge also comes with an optional bridge helm station and it’s a fantastic space for entertainment with generous seating, fully-equipped wet bar and space for a spa bath or additional loungers and a new hardtop design, available with optional glazing or sliding panels. Ingeniously, the Raised Pilot House (RPH) incorporates a glazed rear bulkhead allowing uninterrupted views forward from the flybridge. The foredeck provides yet another social space with two separate seating groups plus an oversized sunpad.

Her unique main deck, penthouse style saloon and luxurious staterooms offer a new-found design direction and material selection providing elegant interiors. The layering of textural elements and the mix of furnishings and fabrics create an environment, which is described as “timeless with a modern twist that oozes sleek simplicity and sophistication”. Floor-to-ceiling glazing floods the considerable saloon with natural daylight, complemented by optional sliding doors to starboard for additional access.

The main deck also feature a dedicated dining area for eight guests and a large galley forward which offers plentiful space and direct side deck access for crew. The forward crew quarters can be accessed through the galley with accommodation for five crew in a three cabin, three en-suite configuration.

The unique main deck layout includes a luxurious master stateroom for even greater flexibility and freedom on board. The full-beam stateroom offers same level en-suite access, walk-in wardrobe, office and large lobby entrance. Bathed in natural light courtesy of over-sized glazing, owners can also access a first-in-class foredeck terrace for ultimate privacy and entertainment through a cleverly sculptured, fully-glazed sliding door forward. Below deck, four generous guest cabins each with an en-suite flow from a central landing.

The Sunseeker 100 Yacht will be equipped with twin diesel MAN V12-2000 engines with 2000 hp each and have a fuel capacity of 12,800 litres, enabling her to reach a top speed of 27 knots.