Sunseeker’s 95 Yacht – Performance & Cutting Edge Design


Sunseeker’s 95 Yacht is a magnificent performance craft, which exemplifies the latest in cutting-edge design and innovative build processes that Britain’s largest boat builder is implementing across its range of stunning yachts.


The 95 Yacht’s striking lines and innovative layout, showcase the fresh design direction that Sunseeker’s next generation of larger models will take and underlines the brand’s commitment to continually develop new and exciting products.

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Combining a superyacht feel with all the practical advantages of a yacht in this size category, the 95 Yacht demonstrates a clever use of space that gives even greater flexibility and freedom on board. Whilst its design has evolved to perfectly emulate the new design of the brand’s larger models, it still remains unmistakeably a Sunseeker.


A stand out feature, which truly sets the 95 Yacht apart, is its unique main deck layout with a special master cabin triplex configuration for even greater flexibility and space from a class above. With the luxurious master stateroom berth on the main deck, a forward staircase leads to a mid-level dressing area and sumptuous en-suite.

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The raised pilot house offers greater flexibility contributing to the more expansive main deck layout. Whilst above deck, the spacious flybridge is well equipped with a second helm, bar, optional hot tub and plenty of seating for guests to be entertained in style.

As with all of Sunseeker’s new wave of models, the 95 Yacht is based on the classic deep V hull which has performance at its heart, enabling it to cruise at up to 24 knots or accelerate up to 28 knots, depending on engine option.

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The 95 Yacht is yet another stunning illustration of how striking lines can still be combined with a voluminous interior, making it a firm favourite amongst those looking for a practical, yet elegantly spacious model.

Sunseeker prides itself on producing the world’s finest luxury performance motor yachts, and its new generation of craft are achieving that goal in exquisite fashion.


Sunseeker Bio.

Sunseeker is the world’s leading brand for luxury performance motor yachts.

Originally named Poole Power Boats, the company was founded by brothers Robert and John Braithwaite in 1969. The company changed its name to Sunseeker International in 1985 and has since become a global icon, with every Sunseeker the result of an uncompromising and unmatched approach to design, craftsmanship and performance.

In August 2013 a majority stake in the business was acquired by Wanda Group, the Beijing headquartered conglomerate with strong footprints across China, Europe and the US. Wanda Group is a committed long term shareholder providing strong financial and strategic backing for Sunseeker’s continued growth and success. In January 2015, they appointed Phil Popham as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.

From its manufacturing base in Dorset on the south coast of England, Sunseeker employs c.2,200 people and produces around 150 boats every year ranging from 50-155 feet. Demand for the company’s larger models continues to grow year-on-year with more than 100 yachts over 100 feet in length already delivered. Buyers have benefitted from the company’s ‘Bespoke’ customisation service which allow individual customers to personalise their yacht. Working very closely with highly professional dealer representation in over 60 countries, service and product support is a key priority in maintaining customer satisfaction.

The Sunseeker range constantly sets new standards and benchmarks. From the dynamic San Remo and Sport Yacht models, through its luxurious Manhattan range, iconic Predator models, and its majestic Yachts range, each Sunseeker is the result of an uncompromising approach to innovative design and engineering excellence. Never settling for second best, it is this spirit of excellence that has driven Sunseeker to its pre-eminent position in the leisure marine industry today.

Sunseeker is recruiting 170 new skilled staff to support the introduction of several new models planned for 2017. The new roles will be based at its manufacturing operations in Dorset, covering construction trades including Carpentry, Plumbing and Electrical, Boat Building, plus Engineering trades including Mechanical Engineering, and Composites.


The current 14 boat range consists of:

Yacht               155, 131, 116, 95, 28M, 86, 75

Sport Yacht      68

Predator           68, 57

Manhattan        66, 65, 52

San Remo