Monaco: The launch of the 161 Yacht

26th September 2018 marked a very special occasion for Sunseeker – the launch of the 161 Yacht.

With high demand for even larger vessels Sunseeker have produced this beautiful 49m tri-deck yacht which follows the iconic Sunseeker exterior lines and offers exceptional space and volume, with an interior that can be styled to each owner’s unique taste via Sunseeker’s ‘Bespoke’ service.

Saloon 1 of the 161 Yacht – Spacious and elegant

 The theme throughout the 161 is one of space and flexibility, maximising volume and providing compelling features to enhance enjoyment on board. Many of these features are usually only associated with a much larger craft including the plunge pool on the main deck and the exceptional beach club with drop down bulwarks and transom to create an incredible space for relaxing or entertaining close to the water.

The Master Cabin Aft – luxury at its finest
The Master cabin – stunning and sophisticated

Standard guest configuration is for 10 guests in five cabins, with scope for up to 12 to be accommodated depending upon layout chosen.

Hull #1 is due for launch in Spring 2021. Keep up to date with Sunseeker Blog Book and our social media platforms:

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If you would like any further information on the launch of the 161 Yacht please contact:

Sunseeker London | 34-36 Davies Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 4NF, U.K. | +44 (0) 20 7355 0980 | info@sunseekerlondon.com | www.sunseekerlondon.com

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