The first Sunseeker 95 has been handed over to its owner

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The first hull of Sunseeker 95 has been delivered to the owner, and five more are under construction in the UK's Poole.

The 28.96 meter Sunseeker 95 is based on the popular Sunseeker 28 metre but differs from it by having an elevated wheelhouse.

Thanks to the placement of the helm station between the main and upper decks, there is now room for a master suite on the main deck forward. It is a duplex cabin, with the dressing room and bathroom located on the lower deck.

In addition, the lower deck houses guest cabins. The number of guest cabins varies from five (in which case the maximum occupancy is 10) to two huge VIP suites. The owner of the first Sunseeker 95 chose three double cabins (one VIP, one with a double bed, one with two Pullman bunks), ideal for families.

According to Sean Robertson, Sunseeker's sales director, many current owners of the 28 metre model have chosen to move to the Sunseeker 95 rather than the larger yacht because of its innovative design.

Thanks to her trademark deep hull type «V», Sunseeker 95 has a top speed of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.

Since the premiere of the new design at the Cannes Boat Show last year, Sunseeker International has sold nine Sunseeker 95 hulls.

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