Sunseeker International have released new details of their 29.85-metre Sunseeker 100 model, of which four yachts are currently in build with the first scheduled for delivery this autumn.The Sunseeker 100 was designed fully in-house by her builder, Sunseeker Yachts. She is constructed with a GRP hull and superstructure. Her interior layout consists of a spacious main saloon, which features full-height windows for plenty of natural light. The main saloon is furnished with an L-shaped sofa, a large TV, ample storage and a formal dining area.Also on the main deck, is a full-beam master stateroom forward, which features a lobby entrance, walk-in wardrobe, an office and an en suite bathroom with a rain shower and his-and-hers sinks. From the master stateroom, a spacious fore deck lounge area is accessed. She can accommodate as many as 12 guests on board.The Sunseeker 100 features plenty of deck space, including a large beach club area with a hydraulic ladder, oversized rain shower, built-in barbecue and a sunbed. Here, tender and toy storage for a Williams 460 Sportjet tender, GTX255 Jet Ski, Sea Bobs and more is available.The space can be transformed using the builder’s X-TEND™ system, which can be lifted or lowered by using a switch to provide different seating configurations.From the main saloon an aft deck is accessed, which features plenty of seating, a wet bar and fridge, ice maker, sink and plenty of storage. Here, two teak staircases provide access to her beach club. An additional bar is found on her flybridge along with space for a Jacuzzi, sunbeds and lounge chairs. The foredeck can be accessed from here, which doubles as an open-air cinema with a projector and a 140-inch screen.The Sunseeker 100's raised pilot house is a central aspect of her design, according to her builders, and provides uninterrupted views. Performance-wise, the motor yacht Sunseeker 100 sports twin MTU 12V 2000 M96X, which provide her with a top speed of 29 knots and a range of 1,300 nautical miles while cruising at 10 knots.