Sunseeker 100 revealed

The first hull of the spectacular new Sunseeker 100 Yacht, positioned as a revolution in the brand’s Yacht range, has emerged from the Poole shipyard to begin sea trials.

27 April 2022


The highly anticipated Sunseeker 100 Yacht has been launched into Poole Harbour, seeing daylight for the very first time.

Preparing for her maiden sea trial, the 100 Yacht stands poised at the home of Sunseeker before her delivery into the Mediterranean this summer.

Aggressive styling remains true to Sunseeker lineage but with a new, three-dimensional aesthetic.

“We are incredibly proud to unveil the 100 Yacht here in Poole with the owner in attendance to see, for the first time, this spectacular new model,” said Andrea Frabetti, Chief Executive Officer at Sunseeker International.

“Our project team has worked incredibly hard to present the first build and prepare the vessel for initial sea trials and testing.

“The second hull is following in close succession and our teams are now busy building multiple 100 Yacht orders for delivery in 2022 and beyond: it’s been a remarkable success. The order book is a reflection of our brand strength, the in-house creativity and the passion of all involved to deliver a spectacular new model.”


The 100 Yacht will revolutionise the Sunseeker Yacht range, earmarking the start of a new era in flybridge design and functionality for the British yard.

“This is the only yacht offering seamless access between flybridge, foredeck and owners’ private terrace on the sea,” commented Frabetti.

With new entertainment features at the fore, the 100 Yacht offers great versatility with a truly global appeal. The sweeping flybridge, with complete walk-around access from bow to stern, is one of the exceptional entertainment areas that defines the 100 Yacht.

The vast space on the flybridge is cleverly zoned to offer seamless entertainment. The foredeck has two separate seating arrangements with cinema screen capability, while the central flybridge has L-shaped seating, a fully equipped wet bar and space aft for free-standing furniture or a spa bath.

The 22-foot beam adds significant interior volume, feeling much larger than a 100-footer, matched by interior features typically found in bespoke superyachts.

The full-beam master suite situated on the main deck benefits from floor-to-ceiling windows port and starboard, as well as an exceptional glass atrium door forward that leads to an owner’s private bow terrace.

Powered by MTU 12V 2000 M96X or MTU 16V 2000 M96L, the 100 Yacht reaches speeds of up to 29 knots and has a range of 1,300 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots.

Reflecting its enormous strength and design capability, the yacht has been awarded CE Category A/Ocean status.



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