Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht, the perfect open from the man who invented it

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Who invented large openings? So many shipyards claim authorship, but there is one brand that certainly has all the qualifications to consider itself one of the originators of the open, it is the British shipyard Sunseeker.

At Milan Yachting Week – The digital boat show, Sunseeker is in the powerboat harbor with as many as 12 models, ranging from 38 to 131 feet.

Among its open boats, for which it has become one of the iconic brands, we recommend you step aboard the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht to understand what a perfect contemporary open is today.

Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht, fascinating and technological

Flowing, elegant, sporty lines that are a pleasure to the eye. But beauty is not enough, there is also a lot of technology combined with craftsmanship attention to detail, as on a supercar.

And if we talk about convenience and comfort, the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht offers ample space and socializing areas that are one of the strengths of this new sport yacht. Get on board virtually and you will realize it.

Below deck is as comfortable as a seaside villa

And to understand how even a sporty-looking boat like the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht actually has volumes worthy of a seaside villa below deck, you need only step aboard. Suffice it to say that you will find three cabins, with the owner’s cabin amidships in a top position in terms of boating comfort and is equipped, as are all the others, with a private bathroom. In the bow is the VIP cabin and another twin cabin with separate beds. There is also a well-stocked kitchen in this area of the boat.

If you want to know how a 74-foot sport yacht stays true to its vocation but offers the comfort of a superyacht, click here now.

Just one click to get in touch

And if you would like to discuss further with a shipyard manager or book a visit to the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht via email or whatsapp, in the booth you will find buttons to activate contact with one click

Learn more about Sunseeker

If you are interested in learning how an iconic yachting brand was born, visit its booth and discover the history of motor yachting. As you listen to the interview, as you enter the booth, you will find all the information you need to orient yourself in the world of the British shipyard, which is one of the few that has ranges for fly, open, and performance yachts.

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