Sunseeker International has released details of the all-new 65 Sport Yacht. Launching in autumn 2020, the yacht showcases the fresh design philosophy of Sunseeker’s next generation of models and underlines the brand’s commitment to bringing even more exciting new products to market. Sunseeker’s Design and Technology Centre based in Poole, Dorset, has been developing this new model for over 12 months, so what can you expect of the latest model innovation from Sunseeker?
Pershing yachts continue to push boundaries in yacht design. Like its predecessor 9X, the all-new 8X is made of the same material that the most advanced nautical craft are made of; carbon fibre. This material not only means lighter weight, greater speed, and lower fuel consumption but also more volume due to the ability to design larger, more comfortable spaces. The on-board comfort is extraordinary, thanks to the many benefits offered by the new system that integrates propulsion control with the manoeuvring, navigation, and monitoring systems. With the new 8X, “piloting” a Pershing, even at high speeds and without the support of the captain, is fun and accessible for all would-be owners. The WSB team take a closer look at the 8x high tech craft.
Sleek and aggressive lines characterise the new CCN 102 ‘Flyingsport. CCN have taken the concept “Flyingsport” and made it a reality. Combining the convenience of the flying bridge with a material feel of speed, sportiness and the perfect backdrop of the open sea, embracing a subtle mix of elegance and style, functionality and livability. The new CCN 102 will be on show at FLIBS2015, so it’s a great opportunity to get up and close to the new arrival.
Claimed as the most technically advanced and spacious fly-bridge yacht in the world. Progressive, capable, classically Princess. Bold aspirations,maybe? We at WSB have an opinion, so have taken a first look behind the claim before the P68 arrival at Southampton’s International Boat Show.