The expansive open flybridge on the Sunseeker 95 features a fiberglass hard-top with a retractable sunroof for protection from rain and sun glare, and benefits from a fully open aspect at the rear with unimpeded views. There is space on this teak-lined bridge for a jacuzzi spa-pool connecting to a sunpad area and the bridge’s U-shaped dining sofa and table. To starboard there is a walk-in wet-bar lined in authentic marble with an electric hob, bar stools and all the facilities needed to rustle up your favorite maritime-themed cocktails. At the front of the bridge there is space for more seating or the option for a set of open-air helm controls. A companionway door leads you to the raised wheelhouse, where you will find a sedate space with more seating, a triple-widescreen electronics dashboard, thruster and trim tab controls, hydraulic steering, a pair of leather-clad helm chairs and all the latest hi-tech instrumentation required to chart your own novel course.
On the main deck level you will find plenty of places to work on that summer tan, with a raised four-seater sunpad out on the foredeck, joined by a snug U-shaped sofa with a cocktail table nestled up towards the bow. At the stern there is a sheltered aft-deck with a transom sofa or a sunpad, and side steps down to the full-beam, teak-lined hydraulic swimming platform from where you will find access to the spacious tender garage.
The Sunseeker 95’s salon is a symphony of varnished teak floors, glossy bronze-effect walls, stainless steel fixtures, hand-stitched upholstery and contemporary furniture, all superbly lit thanks to the cinema-screen side windows that trace the salon’s sides. To port there is a low-slung U-shaped sofa and coffee table, while to starboard there is cabinetry, space for a home entertainment system and a pair of bespoke armchairs. Amidship on this level there is room for a 10-seater formal dining table, from where you can gaze out of the floor-to-ceiling glass doors to starboard that connect to an extending cocktail terrace cut out of the gunwale. The galley on this yacht remains enclosed for private food preparation, and is equipped with black marble work surfaces, a four-zone hob, an American-style fridge-freezer with an icemaker, a microwave, one convection oven, a stainless steel sink and an extractor fan. Last but not least on the main deck there is the forward owner’s stateroom, a remarkable achievement across two levels. Up top there is a huge, full-beam bedroom with a lobby, office-space, a day-head, a loveseat, a king-sized bed and dramatic double-height windows, while down below there is a dressing room bigger than most cabins and a marble-clad bathroom with a shower cubicle and a pair of sinks.
The lower level of this yacht holds space for up to eight overnight guests across four en-suite staterooms, all tastefully appointed with lavish materials, though you can exchange two of the rooms for a single, full-beam master suite if you wish. To the rear of the yacht there is a crew quarters with four beds, a private bathroom and a mini-galley.
Lucky owners of the Sunseeker 95 Yacht can expect top speeds of up to 29 knots thanks to a pair of MTU V12 M96L or CAT C32 ACERT shaft-drive diesel engines. At lower cruising speeds of 12 knots you can expect a range of around 1,400 nautical miles, an admirable achievement for a yacht of this size.