Sunseeker kicked off this year’s Monaco Yacht Show by presenting the 120 Yacht concept, which builds on the aggressive, athletic exterior styling and overall layout of the 100 Yacht. The British builder, which has built almost 150 100ft-plus superyachts, is exhibiting a 100 Yacht at the four-day show in Port Hercules along with an 88 Yacht and 95 Yacht.
The Sunseeker 120 Yacht has an overall length of 120ft (36.6m), a beam of 24ft 1in (7.3m) and a draft at full load of 8ft 3in (2.5m), while twin MTU 12V 2,000 engines are expected to produce a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 1,730nm at 10 knots.
Andrea Frabetti, CEO of Sunseeker International, said “We’re excited to reveal the spectacular 120 Yacht, a new superyacht destined to join our dynamic product range. The inspiration for the 120 Yacht comes from our heritage superyachts. The iconic Sunseeker line is ever-present but has been completely reinvented, projecting the Superyacht range forward, fit for the future.
“We’ve worked closely with Design Unlimited to realise a spectacular interior design for the 120 Yacht. Immediately we want owners to be met with a very special interior space that has high impact but with the comfort and practicalities of home.”
The angular exterior lines work with expansive glazing, raised stainless-steel handrails and a sleek hard top and pilothouse. The aft flybridge includes two large seating zones for formal dining and socialising, while a starboard walk-through leads forward of the pilothouse, where an elevated foredeck features asymmetrical sofas, a four-person sun pad and the option of a spa tub.
The aft cockpit on the main deck is one of the most enlarged areas in comparison to the 100 Yacht and features a curved searing group for 10 guests, with dual symmetrical tables around a four-person wet bar. The beach club features a full-width, high-low swim platform and a gull-wing door that opens to a day head, shower and storage space. The garage can house a 6m tender and two jet-skis.
The interior features luxurious stone finishes, detailed centrepiece bulkheads, statement lighting pieces, recessed lighting in shelving and ceiling coves. As well as in-set marble flooring, the saloon features more angular furniture selections including a large sofa to port and two chairs to starboard, while forward is a round dining table for up to 12 guests.
The starboard hallway leads to the full-beam owner’s suite, while the lower deck houses four guest cabins and the crew quarters.
Sean Robertson, Sales & marketing Director at Sunseeker International, said: “We have a long history of producing industry-defining superyachts, dating to 2000 with the 105 Yacht. For over 20 years, we have launched 14 Superyacht models and over 147 yachts over 100ft sold worldwide. The 120 Yacht is a stunning new concept that, to the right owner, will fulfil their yachting dreams.”
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