Sunseeker 155 Yacht touches water for first time at shipyard

Following her move onto the quay at the end of January, the magnificent Sunseeker 155 Yacht was launched into the water for the very first time at the Sunseeker International shipyard this week.

The Sunseeker 155 is carefully launched into the water for the first time at the Sunseeker International shipyard

The Sunseeker 155 Yacht is carefully craned into the water at the Sunseeker International shipyard

The much anticipated yacht will now undergo further testing at the Sunseeker International shipyard. The yacht’s engines will be started for the very first time and the Sunseeker team will put the 155 Yacht and its onboard systems through their paces.

The beautiful 155 looks colossal on the water after her move from the quay at Sunseeker International

The beautiful 155 looks colossal on the water after her move from the quay at Sunseeker International

As well as commissioning the air conditioning, the onboard fire and electrical systems will also be trialled. This stage of testing should be completed within the next two to three days, after which the 155 Yacht will be approved to undergo sea trials ahead of delivery to her new owner, F1s Eddie Jordan, in early spring.

Eddie Jordan's 155 Yacht is moored up ahead of her next phase of testing at Sunseeker International

Eddie Jordan’s 155 Yacht is moored up ahead of her next phase of testing at Sunseeker International

Be sure to keep an eye on the Sunseeker Blog Book for more information on the Sunseeker 155 Yacht in the coming weeks!

One response to “Sunseeker 155 Yacht touches water for first time at shipyard

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