A world that keeps getting smaller in the largest Sunseeker ever built, the new 155

Its an historic day for Sunseeker International, manufacturer of the world’s some of the finest luxury motoryachts, today reached another landmark in its illustrious history when founder Robert Braithwaite laid the first gelcoat on the mould of the new Sunseeker 155 Yacht, due for completion in December 2013.

Sunseeker 155

The Sunseeker 155 Yacht is the largest build to date undertaken by the Poole Shipyard which can now soundly lay claim to being the only production boat builder in the world to be manufacturing a range of composite boats from 40 to 155 feet in length.

Sunseeker 155

hat keep in With a 4,500 nautical mile range, accommodation for up to 12 guests and 10 crew members whilst sliding in at just below a colossal 500 gross tonnes, the 155 Yacht is set to make a statement. The new flagship Yacht will incorporate innovative inset ship’s balconies, transverse garaging of tenders and toys, including a very private megayacht beach club with lower deck dayroom, folding platform and tender docking.

Sunseeker 155 in mould

Robert Braitwaite paid particular tribute to the design and engineering teams at Sunseeker who’s hard work over the last 3 years have produced a stunning example to top the Sunseeker range. Robert commented, “Today is the beginning of the manufacturing process that will make my dream a reality. She will not be owned by many but those that do will be buying a craft of exceptional style, quality and innovation.”

Sunseeker owner views at the ILBC www.worldsportsboats.ning.com

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