First Sighting of the all new Sunseeker 155

The doors on the big yacht building shed at Sunseeker in Poole Dorset slide open early in the morning and the world got its first glance of the all newSunseeker 155 the largest ever yacht to have been built by the company.

Photographer Geoff Moore of was on hand to snap the shot
No name was visible on the yacht’s stern but it has been confirmed that she will not take the name The Snapper a name used by her owner on all of his previous Sunseeker yachts.
His last 37 metre Sunseeker bore that name but it has been retained by Mr Chris Evans the radio show presenter who has owned the yacht since buying it in July 2012.
The eagerly anticipated superyacht has already undergone rigorous testing ashore and now the company is preparing to launch her into the water for sea trials.
Commissioned by Formula 1’s Eddie Jordan, the company’s new innovative design and build process has allowed Jordan a virtually free-hand when designing the yacht to his own specification.
The biggest project ever undertaken by Sunseeker International so far she is also the first ever semi-displacement, round bilge hull from the company.
Hull number one will have a completely painted exterior, featuring an ice blue hull.  While the unique interior will feature an exclusive design palette which highlights gray, blue, green and an overall chic aqua feel.
She can accommodate up to 12 guests.  Two VIP cabins on the main deck feature ceiling to floor glass windows creating a dramatic feeling of light and space, as well as spectacular views.
Also on the main deck is a formal dining area with side patio doors, balconies for uninterrupted sea views whilst dining and a fully equipped commercial galley.
While the spacious and stylish private accommodation is clearly one of the most appealing features of company’s new flagship yacht, it is the expanse of entertainment space which makes it truly stand out.
The upper deck alone features a huge sky lounge, which can be dedicated to private entertainment.
Up to 10 crew, are carried with The Captain having his own a separate cabin.

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