Sunseeker Unveils Exclusive Images of New 131 Yacht

Based on the classic Sunseeker deep V hull, this large tri-deck yacht is equally comfortable operating at 10 knots for an extended cruising range of 1,500 nautical miles or at 23 knots for ultimate performance.

Sean Robertson, Sales Director at Sunseeker International said: “We’re delighted to unveil these incredible new images of the 131 Yacht and show everyone what a special vessel it is going to be. It’s set to really build on the success of our proven 40 Metre Yacht platform, adding more technical innovation, more advanced features and contemporary layouts that can be tailored in every way to meet the needs of our most discerning customers.

“The first four of these stunning yachts have already been sold to clients from the US, Turkey, UK and Hong Kong, underlining the strong demand and global appeal we’re seeing for this exciting new evolution in design. Investment in new products is at the heart of our business with this 131 Yacht being one of four new models in the 2015/16 model year.”

Build time for each new 131 Yacht is around one year, with capacity in place to have up to five yachts in build simultaneously. The next available delivery slot is for November 2016.

Sunseeker International has released exclusive new CGI images of the eagerly anticipated new 131 Yacht currently under production in Poole, UK. Based around the highly successful 40 Metre Yacht platform, the new 131 Yacht takes Sunseeker’s superyacht capabilities to new levels and has evolved into something truly special in both design and finish. Set for launch in January 2016, demand is already extremely high with the first four already sold.

The stunning new pictures reveal the sumptuous quality and attention to detail that have gone into this innovative new take on Sunseeker’s proven superyacht platform. A standout feature is the addition of feature glass in the Master Stateroom, Saloon and Upper Saloon to create a light filled relaxed, comfortable and enjoyable environment for owner and guests.

The 131 Yacht enables its owner to tailor every element of the interior design and layout to their personal preferences via Sunseeker’s unique ‘Bespoke’ service. Standard guest configuration is for ten guests in five cabins, with scope for up to 12 to be accommodated depending on the layout and options selected.

New exterior deck arrangements use deep lounge style seating to provide the ultimate in comfort for owners and their guests. In addition to this, the external Skydeck and Upper Deck Aft Cockpit have been lengthened by approximately two metres creating additional deck space, accommodating new bar and seating layouts and extra features including a fridge, ice maker and sink. Lower down, the spacious garage can accommodate a tender of up to 6.0m in length plus two PWCs.

 

Based on the classic Sunseeker deep V hull, this large tri-deck yacht is equally comfortable operating at 10 knots for an extended cruising range of 1,500 nautical miles or at 23 knots for ultimate performance.

Sean Robertson, Sales Director at Sunseeker International said: “We’re delighted to unveil these incredible new images of the 131 Yacht and show everyone what a special vessel it is going to be. It’s set to really build on the success of our proven 40 Metre Yacht platform, adding more technical innovation, more advanced features and contemporary layouts that can be tailored in every way to meet the needs of our most discerning customers.

“The first four of these stunning yachts have already been sold to clients from the US, Turkey, UK and Hong Kong, underlining the strong demand and global appeal we’re seeing for this exciting new evolution in design. Investment in new products is at the heart of our business with this 131 Yacht being one of four new models in the 2015/16 model year.”

Build time for each new 131 Yacht is around one year, with capacity in place to have up to five yachts in build simultaneously. The next available delivery slot is for November 2016.

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