The Sunseeker 105 Yacht is a 105-foot luxury flybridge motor yacht first launched by the UK-based yacht firm in 2001. Part of Sunseeker’s Yacht range, the brand’s largest and most extravagant series, this Ken Freivokh-designed vessel marks Sunseeker’s first foray into the 100-foot-plus yacht market.
With its lavish interiors and high-tech capabilities this venture was a record-breaking success, grabbing the Sunseeker Yachts shipyard not one but two prestigious prizes from the International Superyacht Design Awards for ‘Best Power 23-32m’ and ‘Best Interior Overall’ – the first British production yacht to do so. Built to meet the needs of the most demanding sailor, the 105 Yacht is perfect for sailing the Mediterranean or the Bahamas with up the 8 guests in comfort, style and speed. Although the 105 is no longer currently in production, it still looks at home next to newer models and is a favorite among the used and charter markets.
Stairs lead up to the upper deck, sheltered from the elements by a Bimini top, perfect for dining at the spacious table with U-shaped sofa and further seating throughout. Heading back down to the cockpit area, you will notice a portside storage area and ships systems in a discreet built-in closet.
Stepping into the salon, it is no wonder the 105 met with critical and commercial acclaim: bright, high-gloss cherrywood panelling encases the walls, ensuring a comfortable but sophisticated atmosphere, setting the standard for the rest of the vessel. The salon is open and inviting, a combined living and dining space that allows you to retire from the large dining table to the L-shaped sofa or settee and chat with your guests while you recover from a succulent meal prepared in the portside galley.
The airy master stateroom is no less impressive, boasting a king bed, four windows on either side, port side vanity and walk-in closet with a porthole for extra light. A further portside stateroom offers two single beds and ensuite with shower. All four guest cabins are impeccably appointed, each with their own head, but it is the on-deck VIP suite – large enough to use as a master if you wish – that steals the show, with windows overlooking the forward sunpad outside. Below deck, the airy master stateroom is no less impressive, boasting a king bed, four windows on either side, jacuzzi bathtub, portside vanity and walk-in closet with a porthole for extra light. A further two twin staterooms provide accommodation for a total of four guests. Crew accommodation for up to three crew members are located forward.
Although exact specifications will depend on the individual model, the 105 Yacht was originally fitted with twin MTY 2000 V16 1826ps-2000ps and boasts top speeds of 31 knots.