Sunseeker International is has announced that the world premiere of its stunning 74 Sport Yacht will be at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
Sporty and sleek, the brand new Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht, with 38 knot capability, boasts the latest Sunseeker design cues and sporting prowess from the new Predator 74, which launched in January this year. The in-house design team at Sunseeker has created the 74 Sport Yacht with an exceptional flybridge – almost unperceivable within her profile lines.
Designed to offer the ultimate leisure experience, the yacht’s exterior enjoys oversized pillarless’ windows down to the side deck and a helm sunroof which floods the interior with light and provides exceptional views from the saloon in all directions. She enjoys a truly versatile layout throughout and the spacious flybridge, not only offering an additional helm station, but a perfect entertaining space with plentiful seating, dining and sunbathing options and a convenient drawer fridge as standard, along with optional bimini and wet bar upgrades.
Depending on the owner’s wishes, the 74 Sport Yacht can be transformed into an ‘open’ yacht in warmer regions or a ‘closed’ yacht in cooler climates with an innovative cockpit door mechanism which lowers itself into the sole of the yacht.
Stepping on board owners enjoy stylish interiors and luxurious living with a considerable saloon including a lounge and dining area plus an optional storage unit port side.
Below deck there is a generous galley and three spacious en-suite cabins, comprising an aft master stateroom, starboard twin and forward VIP. The master cabin benefits from an optional walk-in wardrobe.
The below deck configuration offers complete flexibility for owners with an option to have a walk-in wardrobe for the forward VIP, an extended galley arrangement complete with lounge and breakfast bar seating or an additional twin guest cabin which would allow the yacht to accommodate up to eight guests in a four cabin arrangement.
The vast foredeck with its superb sunpad for soaking up the rays and a spacious lounge seating caps off what promises to be another incredible success for Britain’s biggest boat builder.