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New Sunseeker 86 motor yacht sold

A new 26.29 metre Sunseeker motor yacht has been sold by Christopher Head at Sunseeker London working with Torsten Sieckmann at Sieckmann Yachts.

Built in GRP by the British yard Sunseeker International, she was delivered early in 2016 as a Sunseeker 86 model and made her debut at the recent Dusseldorf boat show. An interior in black American walnut comfortably accommodates eight guests in four cabins consisting of an amidships master suite, a forward VIP suite and two twin cabins aft, all with en suite bathroom facilities.

The generous main saloon has large settees to port and starboard plus armchairs and a bar along with an entertainment centre including a Bose stereo surround sound home cinema system and there is tropical air conditioning throughout. Forward is a formal dining area seating eight guests while further forward still is a breakfast bar on a raised plinth to maximize views through the ports.

Outdoor spaces are ideal for sun worshippers, including an aft deck with built in upholstered seating behind a table on a stainless steel pedestal and a teak deck while the foredeck has a sunbathing area that comes with a removable parasol. Up on the flybridge, this yacht offers a barbecue, full wet bar with three bar stools, built in upholstered seating and a table for al fresco entertaining and dining, and a custom hard top to offer relief from the sun.

Twin 1,950hp MTU diesel engines give her a top speed of 30 knots and she is fitted with digital zero speed stabilizers.

Heading to her new home in Malta this week, the Sunseeker 86 was asking £4,590,469.

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