Sunseeker International announces the official launch of the new 34 Metre Yacht at the Collins Stewart London Boat Show at ExCeL (11 – 20 January 2008) on berth number D045. The introduction of the new 34 Metre Yacht alongside Sunseeker’s latest 37 Metre Yacht (berth number D044) highlights the company’s impressive product development programme which has produced 6 new models including the new 37 Metre Yacht in just 12 months.
The magnificent 34 Metre Yacht boasts a broad beam and one of the most spacious and sophisticated interiors to date. Providing luxurious accommodation for up to ten people plus crew, the open plan living areas include a large saloon and dining area adjacent to a fully equipped galley and servery including crew mess which form a natural divide from the forward master stateroom, raised wheelhouse and crew quarters.
The lower deck includes two generous double VIP cabins and two twin cabins, all offering en suite facilities and individual entertainment systems. The spacious main deck master stateroom is a duplex design which gives 180-degree visibility with a walk-in wardrobe on the main deck. Stairs then lead forward to a private toilet room and then down to an open plan en-suite with twin wash basins, bath and separate shower cubicle.
The flybridge affords plenty of seating and sunbathing space with a fully equipped wetbar and the option of a large spa tub, and depending on the owner’s requirement, the stern garage offers enough space for a tender.
To achieve optimum performance, the 34 Metre Yacht is based on Sunseeker’s proven deep ‘V’ hull design. A choice of powerful twin diesel engines provides up to 4800hp, enabling this yacht to achieve speeds in excess of 25 knots. Performance is complemented by leading-edge technology throughout, such as computerised engine management systems and the very latest navigation and communication equipment – making island hopping or extended cruising equally effortless.
There is also the option of fitting TRAC-STAR, a system that provides optimum stabilisation while at rest and when underway. The 34 Metre Yacht will be built to meet the requirements of regulating authorities including the Marine Coastguard Agency (MCA) dependent on owners’ specifications.