The Sunseeker 75 is a 75-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that was produced by Britain’s largest yacht-building firm Sunseeker between 2014 and 2019. Replacing a previous award-winning Sunseeker 75 yacht from 2005, this newer model combined sleek European looks with an American-style level of luxury to turn it into a global best-seller. Though no longer produced as new at the Sunseeker yard in Poole, Dorset, the 75 remains a popular choice on the used and charter markets due to its immense seaworthiness and timeless appeal.
The 75MY from Sunseeker Yachts is teak-lined flybridge boasts a fiberglass hard-top with a retractable sunroof and a Venturi-style windshield to keep it dry and sheltered at all times, and features an expansive port-side seating area. To the rear there is a U-shaped sofa with a matching dining table, a further low-slung U-shaped sofa adjoining a forward sunpad, and a starboard-side walk-in wet bar with a grill and an icemaker. Also to be found up here is the upper helm station, fitted with Simrad navigational equipment, touch-screen display panels, a Xenta joystick and a pair of leather-clad helm seats.
On the main deck you will discover a spacious sun-lounge out on the foredeck comprising a forward love-seat, a three-seater modular sunpad and a Portuguese bridge-style sofa, all with marina-facing views and perfect for sun-bathing. To the rear there is a sheltered aft-deck with a transom sofa, a wet-bar console, side steps down to a hydraulic swimming platform and access to a rear crew quarters that can be exchanged for a transom garage.
The main deck cockpit has been finished with silver oak, plush carpeting, stainless steel accents, wengewood trim and refined upholstery for a sedate and sophisticated feel. There is seating in the salon for up to 12 guests across a pair of comfortable side-sofas, as well as a dining table with room for up to 8 guests to enjoy gourmet meals. An enclosed galley kitchen on this level impresses with brushed stone work-surfaces, a full-height Sub-Zero fridge-freezer, a wine-cooler, a Sharp microwave, a Plastimo four-zone ceramic hob, a Bosch exhaust fan and a stainless steel sink. At the front of the cockpit sits the lower helm station, equipped with all the same facilities as you will find on the flybridge helm but with trim tab and thruster controls, not to mention water-tight door access to the side deck.
On the lower deck there is sleeping space for up to 8 across four en-suite double or twin bedrooms, including a full-beam owner’s stateroom with knife-insert windows, a loveseat, a timber-lined work-desk, a walk-in closet, plenty of cabinetry, a king-sized island bed and a bathroom decked out in machine-cut marble and Venetian mosaic tiling.
Certainly no slouch, the Sunseeker 75 can reach top speeds of 34 knots due to its pair of MAN V12 1550MHP diesel engines. At a cruising speed of 10 knots, meanwhile, you can expect a respectable range of 325 nautical miles, more than enough for a weekend spent island hopping around the Aegean Sea. A proprietary, low-deadrise, moderate-V hull proves efficient and balanced in a range of conditions, while this yacht can also be fitted with a set of Sleipner zero-speed stabilizers for reduced roll in choppy waters.