The Sunseeker 100 is a 97-foot luxury motor yacht that was launched by the Dorset, England-based yacht building firm Sunseeker in 2021. This multi-deck super-yacht is not only one of the newest and largest vessels in the Sunseeker fleet, it also happens to be one of the most luxurious and stylish boats ever built, with design features that are set to change the yacht-building world forever. Dramatic, full-height knife-insert windows that trace a jagged line across this yacht’s sleek and faceted profile are joined by an almost full-length flybridge that extends from the foredeck to stern, said to be an industry-wide first. A series of staggered sundecks at the rear with beach-club dimensions provide the perfect place to party, while interiors impress with lavish materials and an unrivalled sense of expansive space thanks to this yacht’s 22-foot beam.
The first thing you may notice about the Sunseeker 100 Yacht when you see it glide into a marina is that it is topped with a sculptural, bronze-effect radar arch towering over the flybridge. This arch connects to a fiberglass hard-top with a retractable electronic sunroof, giving the central portion of the flybridge, home to a marble-topped wet-bar with a grill and a ten-seater dining table, some much needed shade. Adjoining this dining and entertaining space are a pair of L-shaped sofas, though one of these can be exchanged for a set of open-air helm controls. At the rear of the teak-lined flybridge you will find an extra-large jacuzzi spa-pool flanked by a pair of sunpads, from where you can gaze out of the transparent glazed bridge walls towards the sea. On the foredeck portion of this deck, and on a slightly lower level, you will find a forward retreat with a pair of Portuguese Bridge-style leather sofas surrounding a teak breakfast table, as well as a four-seater sunpad and a snug morning terrace nestled up by the bow that connects to the owner’s forward stateroom. This yacht’s main helm is situated in the enclosed upper command deck, accessed from the flybridge via a pair of vertically-curved sliding glass garden doors. You will find side seating, a leather helm chair and a triple-widescreen dashboard in here, along with all the latest navigational and steering tech from the likes of Simrad needed to chart your own course across the Mediterranean.
One level down and you will discover a large, sheltered aft-deck with room for lounge-style seating and your choice of either a transom sofa or an extended rear sunpad. Side steps lead down to a full-beam, double-length swimming platform lined in teak that can be hydraulically lowered into the water. The platform connects to a transom garage big enough to host a pair of modern water toys.
Triple sliding glass doors lead into the sumptuously appointed main deck living space that impresses with pale teak or oak flooring, stainless steel fixtures and paneling, plush carpeting and furnishings in hand-stitched upholstery or leather. There is a sprawling L-shaped sofa to port and cabinetry to starboard, while moving further indoors you will find dining space for up to ten guests at a bespoke, hand-carpeted dining table. This space is generously lit thanks to recessed mood lighting and custom-made contemporary chandeliers, while floor-to-ceiling side windows keep the salon sun-filled and breezy even on the gloomiest days. An enclosed galley on this level boasts marble work surfaces, a stainless-steel double sink, oak cabinets, a four-zone electric hob, an extraction fan, a full-height fridge-freezer unit, a combination oven and stone splashback tiling. At the front of the main deck there is a private owner’s stateroom with a lobby, a walk-in dressing room, an office space, side sofas, curved silver-effect cabinets and a king-sized island bed, as well as a marble-lined bathroom with a waterfall shower and three sinks. The stateroom benefits from a unique set of vertically-curved sliding glass garden doors leading you up to this suite’s private foredeck morning terrace.
On the lower deck, meanwhile, you will find four en-suite staterooms with room for up to eight overnight guests, along with a private crew quarters with five bunk beds, private bathrooms and a mini-galley with a dinette lounge. Rooms on this level feature widescreen windows for plenty of natural light, and the same opulent materials that you will find elsewhere on the yacht.
Though the Sunseeker 100 Yacht boasts the graceful style and luxurious amenities of a floating palace, this is a high-performance vessel capable of holding its own in terms of seaworthy performance. Top speeds of 29 knots come courtesy of twin MTU 16V M96L shaft-drive engines, while at lower cruising speeds of 12 knots you can expect a range of up to 1,300 nautical miles.