UK boatbuilder will be taking eight motoryachts to next year’s show

Sporty and sleek, the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht, with 38kt capability, boasts the latest Sunseeker design cues and sporting prowess as the recently launched Predator 74 – but with a large flybridge that is said to be almost unperceivable within its profile lines.

Oversized pillar-less windows down to the side deck and a helm sunroof flood the interior with light and provide exceptional views from the saloon in all directions.

The yacht has a versatile layout throughout and aspacious flybridge that offers an additional helm station as well as an entertaining space with plentiful seating, dining and sunbathing options. It has a drawer fridge as standard, along with optional bimini and wet bar upgrades.

Depending on the owner’s wishes, the 74 Sport Yacht can be transformed into an ‘open’ yacht in warmer regions or a ‘closed’ yacht in cooler climates with a cockpit door mechanism that lowers itself into the sole of the yacht to create an uninterrupted level floor from the helm to the rear of the cockpit.

It has a considerable saloon, including a lounge and dining area, plus an optional storage unit port side. Below deck there is a generous galley and three en-suite cabins, comprising an aft master stateroom, starboard twin and forward VIP. The master cabin benefits from an optional walk-in wardrobe.

The below deck configuration offers complete flexibility for owners with an option to replace the lower dinette with a walk-in wardrobe for the forward VIP or an additional twin guest cabin which would allow the yacht to accommodate up to eight guests in a four-cabin arrangement plus a dedicated twin crew cabin.

Alongside the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht, Sunseeker will also be showcasing at Predator 50, Predator 74 and Predator 57 (MkII), a Manhattan 52 and Manhattan 66, and a 76 Yacht and 86 Yacht at Düsseldorf, which celebrates its 50th edition next year from January 19-27.