The Sunseeker 75 Sport Yacht is a 75-foot sports cruiser yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the renowned British yacht-building firm Sunseeker in 2023. A super-sleek and ultra-sharp exterior form promises plenty of raw-power out on the water, with design touches including curvaceous carbon-fiber, F1-style air-intake vents, a swept-back aerodynamic superstructure and aggressively-themed glazing with a shark’s teeth pattern. But this vessel isn’t just about high-performance. A series of stylish, modern and comfortable socializing spaces across three distinct and luxurious levels delivers exquisite lounging, relaxing and partying as you explore stunning coastlines and embark on ambitious multi-day voyages.
|Fuel Capacity||1,268 gallons|
Opt for a floating hard-top with a sunroof over the flybridge or go with an entirely al-fresco upper-deck for sun-kissed vibes as you enjoy a plush range of seating options to starboard. To aft there is a wide sunpad that connects to a U-shaped sofa in marine-grade upholstery, while an extending timber dining table back here will host memorable meals and drinks. Further forward there is another U-shaped sofa with comfortable backrests, alongside a pair of helm seats facing the port-side upper helm station. Expect goodies like 12-inch MFD touch-screens, joystick handling, power-steering, thruster controls, hand-held VHF radio, a depth-sounder and integrated tachometers. To the rear of the bridge there is a handy wet-bar station with a grill, an ice-chipper and chilled storage to enhance your convenience up here.
Down on the main-deck there is a secluded foredeck with a modular forward lounge comprising a low-slung U-shaped sofa with a breakfast table and a double-width sunpad with flip-up headrests. Broad-side decks lead back to a vast aft-cockpit lined in teak with a sheltered socializing space featuring a sofa that traces the bulwark and transom wall to offer lavish seating for up to eight guests, with a tempered glass table at its heart. Side steps lead down to a full-beam hydraulic swim platform ideal for more active guests, while an innovative split compartment tender garage features room for a pair of Seabobs and a modern jet-tender, discreetly hidden beneath an elevated, diamond-stitched sunpad with views out to stern.
Head beyond a set of sliding glass doors to discover a sophisticated and contemporary salon with bold wall patterns with a metallic sheen, marbled surfaces, lacquered accents, exotic hardwood surrounds, steel fixtures, panoramic side windows and a glazed above-helm sunroof. An optional wet-bar and a U-shaped sofa occupy the rear portion of the salon, while further forward there is an enclosed helm station for climate-controlled piloting and an L-shaped companion sofa.
There’s sleeping quarters for up to six overnight guests on the lower-deck, with cabins down here featuring marble-lined en-suite bathrooms with wet-room shower stalls, masses of timber-lined storage and dramatic hull glazing with superb views out across the surface of the water. A twin room to starboard and a double VIP cabin by the bow are joined by a full-beam master stateroom amidship with a side sofa, a work-desk and a king-sized bed. There’s also a walk-in galley with a multi-zone hob, a combination oven, under-counter refrigeration and a steel sink on this level, with a compact dining lounge positioned to port. An optional and separate crew quarters for two members of staff can also be found to stern and accessed via a transom door.
Powered by twin 1900HP MAN V12 shaft-drive engines, you can expect top speeds to touch 40 knots at full-throttle, while at economical cruising speed you will be able to ride this beauty for up to 900 nautical miles before refueling.