Sunseeker has revealed new renderings of its 24.4-metre Ocean 156 superyacht at the Miami International Boat Show. The model, which was presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival, is an entry-level addition to the yard's Ocean range and has been named after the yacht's total gross tonnage. The first unit is currently in build.
According to the shipyard, the new tri-deck model has "a much larger feeling of space than other yachts of this size" thanks to a smart layout that prioritises multi-functional spaces.
The Ocean 156 has an enclosed upper deck and single helm station which frees up considerable space on the main deck below. The upper deck has been conceived with a Portuguese bridge, offering space for seating, sunpads and the option to add a hot tub forward of the pilothouse, with Sunseeker promising ample opportunities for customisation.
The main saloon is characterised by large expanses of glass that offer 360-degree views. The layout is customisable, but the standard configuration places an open galley and dining space aft, with a bar area forward and a floating staircase located centrally. An owner looking for increased separation between crew and guest operations can opt to close off a centrally-positioned galley.
Accommodation on the Ocean 156 is for eight guests across four cabins. An owner's cabin can be placed on the main deck for optimal views and direct access to the foredeck or on the lower deck amidships for more space and storage.
The lower deck features a forward VIP and two guest cabins with an optional sliding berth cabin. Crew accommodation is found forward of the engine room.
The new model joins an existing range of four Ocean models, with the largest being the Ocean 50M. Sunseeker has seven yacht ranges in its order book comprising a total of 23 different models.
At boot Düsseldorf, the yard introduced a 17-metre Superhawk model to its fleet.