Outside looking in: Sunseeker 75 Yacht interiors revealed

With the recent video review of the new Sunseeker 75 Yacht by Motor Boat & Yachting at the London Boat Show, the Sunseeker Blog Book can exclusively reveal a selection of interior images taken by Sunseeker London during the show.

It’s hard not to like a Sunseeker; but the new 75 Yacht has gained such praise from the likes of industry stalwarts MBY (read the March 2013 edition for the full story), that it’s practically impossible not to be drawn to it. Completely new lines, features and innovative approaches to interior space and lighting set the Sunseeker 75 Yacht aside from any competing brand in current production.

The interiors in particular are something to be celebrated, revolutionising the Sunseeker look with alternative finishes, materials and furnishings. The result is simply stunning – so much so that they barely require an introduction. In fact, we’ll leave you to scroll down to see for yourself…

Quick step: The Sunseeker 75  Yacht  enticed visitors aboard at the London Boat Show

Step by step: The Sunseeker 75 Yacht enticed visitors aboard at the London Boat Show

Step 1: Welcome on board – don’t forget your overshoes!

Well that's different! The entirely new saloon of the 75 Yacht integrates a 55" TV into the bulkhead

Well that’s different! The entirely new saloon of the 75 Yacht integrates a 55″ B&O TV into the bulkhead and features more seating room

Step 2: Take in the completely new saloon design. Plush Jacaranda Simla carpets instantly reaffirm the luxury of the 75 Yacht’s interior. The sofa arrangement provides ample seating for guests on board, who are now able to see the 55″ Bang & Olufsen Television from all seated angles.

Have a seat: The 75 Yacht's expansive sofas and lounging areas

Have a seat: The 75 Yacht’s expansive sofas and lounging areas

Step 3: “Mind the step”. A small step up between the main Saloon and Dining area affords for more space in lower deck of the 75 Yacht, so that TRAC Fin Stabilisers to be fitted without impinging upon the Master Cabin ensuite.

Innovative space use: The small steps in the saloon and dining areas create more space in the lower deck, which in turn affords more space in the engine room

Innovative use of space: The small steps in the saloon and dining areas create more space in the lower deck, which in turn affords more space in the engine room

Step 4: Glance to Port and admire the upper Galley. Adjacent the dining table, the area allows for interaction between host and guests whilst meals are prepared. For a crewed 75 Yacht, there is an option to close off the galley so the experts can be left to their craft whilst guests relax in the Saloon.

The sociable galley-up option also creates more accommodation space on the Lower Deck

The sociable galley-up option also creates more accommodation space on the Lower Deck

Step 5: To the helm. The 75 Yacht features the latest Sunseeker technology, including a unique yacht management system, Joystick Manoeuvring System (JMS) and a Simrad touch-screen glass bridge console.

The 75 Yacht's helm technology is as sophisticated as it comes, allowing for very easy manoeuvring by Owner/Operators or Captains alike

The 75 Yacht’s helm technology is as sophisticated as it comes, allowing for very easy manoeuvring by Owner/Operators or Captains alike

Step 6: Venture to the Lower Deck – by spiral staircase no less. In a fantastic new design twist, the spiral staircase is much more space friendly, opening up room for an additional ensuite bathroom for the Twin Guest Cabin below.

Round and round she goes: The spiral staircase is an inspiring piece of interior design onboard the 75 Yacht

Round and round she goes: The spiral staircase is an inspiring piece of interior design onboard the 75 Yacht

Step 7: Head Aft to the sumptuous Master Stateroom. Sunseeker has championed the ‘full-beam’ Master Cabin for a number of years, yet somehow this one feels even bigger for a yacht of this size. Offsetting the King Size bed to the Starboard side allows for seamless access to the Dressing Room and ensuite Bathroom, whilst also creating space for a lovely Vanity and Lounge area to Port.

Exotic textures and finishes give a sumptuous feel to the Master Cabin, which is incredibly spacious

Exotic textures and finishes give a sumptuous feel to the Master Cabin, which is incredibly spacious

Step 8: Port and Starboard Guest Cabins are positioned Amidships. The Cabin layout can be altered during specification as desired, however the standard configuration of a Starboard Double Cabin and Port Twin Cabin suits us very well.

Plenty of room: The Sunseeker 75 Yacht offers two spacious Guest Cabins in a Double and Twin arrangement

Plenty of room: The Sunseeker 75 Yacht offers two spacious Guest Cabins in a Double and Twin arrangement

Step 9: The Forward VIP Cabin benefits from a very large window and integrated stainless steel port hole. The gorgeous Tabu white oak and Wenge gloss wood finishes accentuate the light that filters through the glazing, creating an open and ambient feel onboard. It’s all about the natural light on the 75!

The Sunseeker 75 Yacht boasts a generous Forward VIP Cabin

The Sunseeker 75 Yacht boasts a generous Forward VIP Cabin

Step 10: Due to an ingenious use of space onboard the 75 Yacht, each of the 4 cabins has its own ensuite with full size shower and WC – making bathroom sharing a thing of the past.

All about the ensuite: Each of the 4-cabins onboard the 75 Yacht has its own ensuite bathroom

All about the ensuite: Each of the 4-cabins onboard the 75 Yacht has its own ensuite bathroom

So there we have it; a full photograph tour of the stunning, and all-importantly, brand new Sunseeker 75 Yacht. We hope you enjoy the images as much as we do!

For more information and full specification details, please contact your nearest Sunseeker London Group office as listed below:

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Sunseeker London | 36 Davies Street | Mayfair | London | W1K 4NF | +44 (0) 207 355 0980 | info@sunseekerlondon.com

Sunseeker Poole | Sunseeker Wharf | West Quay Road | Poole | Dorset | BH15 1HW | +44 (0) 1202 666 060 | info@sunseekerpoole.com

Sunseeker Southampton | Swanwick Marina | Bridge Road | Swanwick | Southampton | SO31 1ZL | +44 (0) 1489 854 892 | info@sunseekersouthampton.com

Sunseeker Torquay | Torquay Marina | Torquay | Devon | TQ2 5EQ | +44 (0) 1803 293 939 | info@sunseekertorquay.com

Sunseeker Cheshire | Booths Hall | Chelford Road | Knutsford | WA16 8QZ | +44 (0) 1565 757864 | info@sunseekercheshire.com

Sunseeker Channel Islands | Unit 10 | Le Caplaine House | Castle Quay | St Helier | Jersey | JE2 8WF | +44 (0) 1534 768 888 | sales@sunseekerchannelislands.com

Sunseeker Beaulieu | Port de Plaisance | 06310 Beaulieu Sur Mer | France | +33 (0) 493 76 48 48 | beaulieu@sunseeker.fr

Sunseeker Cannes | Port Camille Rayon | 21-22 Quai Nord | 06220 Golfe Juan | France | +33 (0) 493 33 17 17 | info@sunseekercannes.com

Sunseeker La Napoule | Port de Plaisance | 06210 Mandelieu – La Napoule | +33 (0) 493 93 67 67 | lanapoule@sunseeker.fr

Sunseeker Monaco 11 Rue Grimaldi | MC 98000 | Monaco | +377 9777 5777 | nigel@sunseeker.mc

Sunseeker Hellas | 15 Poseidonos  Aven. &  2  Davaki  Str. | Alimos 17455 | Greece | +30 2109843822 | info@sunseeker-hellas.gr

Sunseeker Turkey | Haydar Aliyev Cad. No:174 / 4 | Tarabya | 34457 Istanbul | Turkey | +(90) 212 257 0030 | info@sunseekerturkey.com

Sunseeker Spain | Aeroclub 59 | 17487 Empuriabrava | Spain | +34 (0) 97 24 56 098 | info@sunseekerspain.es

Sunseeker Ibiza | Marina Botafoch | Local 309 | 07800 Ibiza | Spain | +34 (0) 971 191 622 | ibiza@sunseekerspain.es

Sunseeker Mallorca | Local 2 | Port Adriano | 07180 Calvia | El Toro | Mallorca | Spain | +34 971 23 28 20 | info@sunseeker-mallorca.es

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