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Sunseeker releases first renders of 100 Yacht

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British shipyard Sunseekerhas unveiled the first renderings of the new 29.8m flagship yacht series, the 100 Yacht. The first hull of this ocean-going flybridge yacht with an elevated wheelhouse is slated to be launched in autumn 2021.

She will accommodate 10 guests in 5 guest staterooms on board. The owner's suite with its own spacious WC and dressing room is located on the main deck. Entrance from the salon-dining room is via a small hallway.

The remaining double guest cabins, which are also equipped with their own sanitary facilities, occupy the middle part of the lower deck.

The other 3 cabins on the lower deck forward will hold 5 crew members. They are completely separated from the guest cabins. To their stateroom and then to the sleeping quarters, the staff is accessed via a separate staircase from the galley in the centre of the main deck.

The flybridge is not confined to the platform overhanging the aft side of the boat. Towards the bow, the deck continues along both sides creating two additional seating areas on different levels all the way forward. Meanwhile, the generous glazing in the wheelhouse and the glass rear bulkhead in the wheelhouse allow for views as you go, even when seated at the aft bar.

There is no permanent beach club on the 100 Yacht, but the tender garage, located on the same level as the swim platform, can serve as one. Inside, guests can find a rain shower to wash off the sea salt.

Particular attention is drawn to the X-Tend sun loungers, which can be configured in many ways. They can be electrically elevated to cockpit level with a view, or lowered to beach club level with a view of the sea. Although the 100 Yacht is not expected to be unveiled until 2 years from now, it will be possible to test it this autumn. The same is fitted on Ocean Club Ninety (aka 87 Yacht) which will premiere at the Cannes show .

A shaft-driven MTU engine with a power output of up to 5,280hp will propel the 100 YACHT up to 28 knots. At a cruising speed of 12 knots, the boat will be able to travel up to 1300 nautical miles without refuelling. A total of 12,800 liters of fuel will be stored in the tank.

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