The new Sunseeker 100 is scheduled to make her debut on the water in autumn 2021, but in the meantime we’re starting to see what this yacht is like, which was created with a specific purpose: to offer unforgettable cruises.
The volume of this new model is designed to stay under 24 meters and be considered a pleasure boat, which makes it easier to manage.
The commanding facade of the new 100 yacht is impressive. A secluded private terrace, sunbathing hideaways, seamless flybridge to foredeck access, beautifully proportioned open-plan interior and generous ‘Beach Club’. Everything looks above the sea with a bow cockpit directly connected to the flybridge at the same height.
This makes the line very original and has many advantages: intimate spaces from bow to stern, well sheltered from the outside to guarantee privacy, without giving up being open to the sea and the sky.
The art of enjoying a cruise
The stern garage turns into a beach club, ideal for family and friends to socialize near the water, also using a large built-in barbecue. The Bezenzoni ‘Ladder Gangway’ allows guests to access the water toys available on board. After being in the water pass under the ‘rain shower’ before relaxing on the transformed sunbeds of the chaise longue.
The loungers chosen for this area are the X-TENDs as they allow a multiplicity of fittings in a space where you spend a lot of time. They can be electrically operated to rise upwards to the cockpit’s covered seating area or alternatively they can be lowered aft at Beach Club level.
The large flybridge of this Sunseeker passes seamlessly through the bow bridge with uninterrupted access from both sides. The flybridge, with optional dashboard on deck, is a suitable space for entertainment with seating, fully equipped wet bar. There is also a hot tub, additional sun loungers and a hardtop, available with optional glazing or sliding panels.
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. Its unique main deck, saloon and cabins have been designed with a layering of structural elements and a mix of timeless furnishings and fabrics, with a touch of modernity.
Floor-to-ceiling glazing allows the living room to have natural light, complemented by optional starboard sliding doors for additional access. A dedicated dining area for eight people makes the environment similar to that of the house, increasingly sought after by owners. The large galley forward is hidden behind a glass bulkhead and offers ample space and direct access to the side deck for the crew. The forward crew quarters are accessible through the galley with accommodation for five crew members in a three cabin configuration, three with private bathrooms.
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 fully-glazed sliding door forward.
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.