Sunseeker 65 Sport Yacht first look: This new model promises meaty performance

Sunseeker launched five new or revamped boats in January and this new 67ft addition to the Sport Yacht range is one of the highlights.

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The swept back profile disguises the flybridge well

An untrained eye may not even notice the given how beautifully it has been integrated into the 65 Sport Yacht’s overall shape.

The one-piece windscreen blends seamlessly into the section above, where the sunroof – a key advantage of the sportsbridge concept – is positioned, which in turn melds into the wind deflector and dark helm moulding.

The helm is fabulous, too, low-slung and totally focussed on the driver with just the multi-function steering wheel in their eyeline. The aircraft-style pod between the seats where the throttles and joystick sit looks superb as well.

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At the stern there is the choice between a tender garage large enough to accommodate a jet-RIB or, if you’re happy carrying the tender on the hydraulic bathing platform, Sunseeker will supply it with a teak-laid beach club complete with a bar, fridge, BBQ and seating.

IPS-only powertrains promise meaty performance and easy manoeuvring but they also free up plenty of space on the lower deck for three spacious ensuite cabins including a big study area within the full-beam ensuite master cabin as an option.

Alternative lower deck options include an additional cabin with a single berth and mini galley. It’s also worth noting that, as well as the eye-catching performance figures, the Sunseeker 65 Sport Yacht will cover 750nm at 10 knots thanks to a fuel capacity of 3,500 litres.

Specification

LOA: 67ft 2in (20.5m)
Beam: 16ft 2in (5.1m)
Engines: Volvo Penta IPS1200/1350
Top speed: 35 knots
Cruising speed: 10 knots
Range: 750nm
Fuel capacity: 3,500 litres
Starting price: £1,850,000 (ex. VAT)

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