Out of the Shed, into the Sea

Sunseeker’s new flagship, the 155 Yacht, is ready for sea trials.

January 29, 2014

Sunseeker 155 Yacht

The first Sunseeker 155 Yacht moves out of the shed in preparation for sea trials. Courtesy Sunseeker

Sunseeker International recently moved its new flagship trideck, the 155 Yacht, out of the build shed. Launching and sea trials are on schedule to begin in early February, with delivery this spring to owner Eddie Jordan of Formula 1 racing fame.

The 155 Yacht is the biggest project yet from Sunseeker. It’s also the yard’s first semi-displacement, round-bilge hull design. It’s built with a modular methodology that lets owners change not only the interior design and layout, but also the superstructure.

“This is an extremely exciting time for Sunseeker as we inch ever closer to the completion of the 155 Yacht,” Stewart McIntyre, managing director, stated in a press release. “We are incredibly proud of what we have created and look forward to showcasing it to the world.”


Hull No. 1 will accommodate 12 guests and 10 crew. There will be two VIP cabins on the main deck along with a formal dining area that has side patio doors and balconies. Décor will be in gray, blue, and green to create what Sunseeker calls a “chic aqua” vibe. The hull we be painted ice blue, and the boat will have a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

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