New details, as well as interior images, have been revealed following the world debut of Sunseeker’s new 88 model at Cannes Yachting Festival.
Measuring 26.38 metres with a draft of 1.95 metres, the Sunseeker 88 is a compact yacht packed with luxury amenities. Up to eight guests and four crew can be accommodated on board.
Interiors are styled with a mixture of wood, lacquer and hardtop finishes complemented by angular stainless steel detailing. These elements combined with the fabric and leather soft furnishings gives the living spaces of the 88 – which can be customised to the owner’s preferences – a timeless feel with a modern twist.
Interior highlights include a formal dining table, a saloon with a Samsung TV and a master ensuite stateroom located at the centre of the yacht with a spacious dressing room and walk-in wardrobe.
A standout feature of the Sunseeker 88's exterior is the flybridge, which can be customised to accommodate an infinity spa pool for up-to five guests with sun pads on either side. The flybridge also offers ample seating for al fresco entertaining as well as a wet bar and BBQ grill.
Closer to the water, the Sunseeker 88 also boasts an impressive beach club, equipped with sunbeds, parasols, an extended swimming platform and a rain shower.
This area is also equipped with plentiful storage space, including dedicated lockers for two Seabobs with charging points, as well as stowage for a Williams 435 Sportjet, a Seadoo Spark 3 Up jet ski and an optional flybridge crane for launching toys.
The yacht can be powered by twin MTU 10v 2000 engines as standard or twin MTU 12v 2000 engines, able to reach top speeds of up to 28 knots.
Speaking about the new model, Sunseeker CEO Andrea Frabetti commented: “The team and I are incredibly excited about this new model. We’ve incorporated innovative design, technology and engineering firsts across the 88 Yacht and the interior finish and fabrics are nothing short of remarkable.
“This yacht really does have a luxury superyacht feel with the practicalities of a smaller model, and we’ve really worked hard to make her the very best yacht in her class."