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If I had to choose one member of the Sunseeker family it would definitely be the 90 Yacht! The vast Sunseeker fleet ranges from 11 to 38 metres, all designed with the same careful attention paid to the finishings and interior comfort upon which Sunseeker has built its reputation over the years. As for the 90 Yacht, she is nothing less than a floating palace.
This Yacht is topped by a superb flybridge and a superstructure that extends all the way down to the teak bathing platform. The upper deck is impressively large, with a huge open air saloon with several benchseats and a large table, a second helmstation and, further back a large and discreetly located sundeck. The 90 Yacht is also equipped with a crane to easily launch and lift the tender. The entire deck is teak, including the bathing platform and side gangways leading to the enormous sundeck forward of the windshield.
Once you step inside the Sunseeker, it’s hard to recall whether you are on board a yacht or in a luxury apartment. The main deck is entirely reserved for relaxing and dining, with couches, a bar, flat-screen TV, a huge dining table that sits eight, and a fully equipped galley. But if it’s al fresco dining that you had in mind, the 90 Yacht has another table under the flybridge awning. The helm station is a tasteful blend of modern digital controls and a traditional wooden wheel. Step down to the lower deck to discover the Sunseeker’s cabins: the very comfortable master cabin in the centre spanning the entire width of the boat, a VIP guest suite in the bow, and two smaller twin cabins. All four cabins have en suite bathrooms. Access to the two crew cabins at the rear is completely independent from the rest of the yacht.
To generate speeds of nearly 30 knots, Sunseeker offers several engine options. For maximum power and autonomy, the manufacturer recommends two 1850 hp engines and a 8500 litre fuel tank offering 450 hours of autonomy.
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