The interior of the first Sunseeker 90 Ocean superyacht model has been revealed for the first time after the British yard revealed new exterior and interior imagery of the yacht.
The yacht, which was launched in November 2020, features an open plan interior that “combines traditional elegancy with contemporary updates”, according to the builder said. Key interior details include floor to ceiling windows illuminating the living accommodation with natural light.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 10 guests in five cabins. The first model however includes four cabins for eight guests, including the full-beam master suite with panoramic views of the ocean thanks to 2.5 metre feature windows and a forward VIP cabin with direct access to the two twin aft cabins, which are capable of converting into doubles.
The crew quarters meanwhile accommodate a maximum staff of four and include a kitchenette, crew mess and ensuite.
Another standout feature on board is the 6m x 4m beach club, which features an in-built barbecue, rain shower and adjustable, integrated X-TEND sunbeds.
Automated electrically, these beds can be raised upwards to face the cockpit or lowered to face aft from the beach club. The adjoining deck area is big enough to store a Jet Ski, Williams 460 SportJet and two SeaBobs in self-draining lockers.
An optional infinity spa pool and second barbecue sit on the flybridge above, accompanied by a wet bar, seating and dining area.
The cockpit meanwhile will feature freestanding furniture, wet bar, fridge and sink while the foredeck has three separate seating areas, as well as the option to have a laser projector and 140 inch cinema screen.