Sunseeker’s 75 Sport Yacht shows form in Med
New for 2023, the “ultimate social boat” is captured on the run and at anchor ahead of the model’s appearance at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
Sunseeker has revealed new imagery of its new 75 Sport Yacht in the Mediterranean, where the yacht showed off the power and performance of a dynamic model able to reach 40 knots with the upgraded option of twin MAN V12-1900 engines. The yacht has an overall length of 75ft 8in (23.06m), a beam of 17ft 8in (5.38m) and a draft of 6ft 2in (1.87m).
An extensive upgrade of the 74 Sport Yacht, which is still available in its XPS version, the 75 Sport Yacht has a spectacular sports bridge, a long indoor-outdoor social area on the main deck, an aft starboard garage for a Williams SportJet 395, and a lower deck with three en-suite guest cabins, lower dinette or extra cabin, and two crew berths.
The big sister of the 65 Sport Yacht had a low-key world premiere at the Boot Dusseldorf indoor show in Germany in January and is part of Sunseeker’s line-up at the Cannes Yachting Festival from September 12-17.
Sean Robertson, Sunseeker International’s Sales and Marketing Director, said: “We are thrilled to see the 75 Sport Yacht at home in its natural environment. This beautiful motor yacht is destined for hosting large groups of friends and family, for an unforgettable boating experience. From the well-equipped sports bridge with two seating arrangements to the generous interior and bright lower galley and saloon, the 75 Sport Yacht is a beautiful yacht within the Sunseeker range.”
The stern features a hydraulic lifting platform for direct water access while the tender garage houses a Williams SportJet 395 fitted with an integrated tender recovery roller system for easy launch and recovery. Beautiful integrated deck lighting ensures visibility at night while offering a warm ambience and striking appearance.
The aft cockpit has a J-shaped seating area, a rise-and-fall folding table finished in carbon-fibre, an aft sunpad with a large Seabob stowage locker underneath, as well as the option of a control station. The foredeck offers a C-shaped sofa and island sunpad along with speakers, drinks holders and storage.
The extensive sports bridge provides a vast entertainment space with two C-shaped seating and lounging areas, twin-seat helm station, four waterproof Fusion Marine speakers, and a wet bar with a water tap, refrigeration, optional barbecue grill and ice maker.
To access the interior, the cockpit door slides to starboard and descends with the window to unite the cockpit with the saloon and create an extensive indoor-outdoor environment. The saloon features bold interior styling and contemporary furniture crafted from wood, carbon-fibre and stainless steel, all illuminated with dimmable mood lighting.
The configuration of the interior and the material selections are customisable. The standard arrangement includes a C-shaped sofa and a fold-out table to starboard, with a large television unit to port. As well as expansive glazing on all sides, there’s a panoramic sliding sunroof above the forward area, which includes a twin-seat helm and L-shaped companion seating, and stairs to the lower deck.
Below deck, the lower galley is to port and features high-quality Miele appliances, a fridge-freezer, and dedicated cabinetry for crockery, cutlery and glassware. A 20-bottle wine cooler can also be specified. Forward is an L-shaped dinette or a fourth cabin with Pullman berths.
The three en-suite guest cabins comprise a VIP cabin in the bow, a convertible twin/double to starboard, and a full-beam master midships, where port side options include two seats and a breakfast table, a chaise longue or a storage unit to match the starboard side.