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Specifications

Name: 75 Yacht
Length: 75'4"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 1,321 gals.
Model Years: 2015—2019
Draft: 5'4"
Beam: 18'9"
Water Capacity: 317 gals.
Waste Capacity: 49 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Successor to the popular Manhattan 73 (2011–13), the Sunseeker 75 Yacht is a premium blend of European styling and American luxury. A huge flybridge, hydraulic swim platform, and expansive cockpit—the 75 Yacht has all the Sunseeker characteristics with the added impact of a spacious four-stateroom, four head interior. Entering through triple-pane sliding glass doors, the vast salon of the 75 Yacht offers comfortable seating for 8–10 people. A U-shaped galley (with full-size stainless steel refrigerator) and formal dining area are forward, a single step up from the salon. Replacing the companionway steps found in most yachts, a spiral staircase descends from the helm deck to the staterooms including a lavish full-beam master suite with portside settee and large hull windows. Crew quarters with twin berths, head with separate shower, and washer/dryer are aft. The aft deck features a wide transom seat between the boarding steps, and the flybridge has two U-shaped sating areas aft together with a sun lounge and wet bar. Built on a low deadrise hull with prop pockets and a solid fiberglass bottom, MAN 1550hp diesels cruise at 24–26 knots (low 30s top).

Specifications

Name: 75 Yacht
Length: 75'9"
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 1,453 gals.
Model Years: 2005—2009
Draft: 5'6"
Beam: 18'7"
Water Capacity: 291 gals.
Waste Capacity: NA
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A stunning yacht with the seek styling synonymous with the Sunseeker brand, the 75 Yacht lives up to the formidable reputation her predecessors have earned in recent years. The 75 Yacht has almost the same accommodations as the 82 Yacht, only with more compact proportions. This huge and super-luxurious 75-footer has a four-stateroom, four-ensuite head layout plus separate aft crew quarters and bathroom at the transom for showers after swims and dives. Entering from the big sliding stainless-framed doors, past the leather lounges, entertainment center, dining area (which is slightly raised), and right up to the lower helm, the interior décor and appointments on the Sunseeker 75 took yachting elegance to the highest level. The galley is not as large as some in this size range, but the cockpit is very expansive and the crew cabin is surprisingly spacious. Topside, one of the more impressive features about the flybridge is the aft deck which is large enough for several sun lounges. The engine room is enormous with standing headroom and good service access. The 75’s shallow deadrise hull has prop pockets to reduce drag and draft. MAN 1550hp diesels cruise at 24–25 knots (30+ top).