About a year after her initial announcement, the Sunseeker 161 Yacht is well on her way for completion, in late 2021. As part of this brand expansion, the builder is expanding its Bespoke service, letting customers tailor interiors. However, mindful that customization can be challenging, due to abundant choices, three interior styles serve as the basis for further personalizing. They come from Sunseeker’s longtime interior-design partner, Design Unlimited.
The Sunseeker 161 Yacht, which marks a move to metal for the builder, remains a semi-custom superyacht model. Hull number one, for instance, will see the standard general arrangement, featuring five staterooms for 10 people. With this, two doubles and two twins sit below decks. Alternately, you can request the two twins become a large double. For a higher guest head count, six staterooms are available, seeing an extra guest cabin go forward near the crew area. Yet another option: That extra guest cabin can instead be a gym.
As for the interior style ideas, Design Unlimited created Classic, Modern Twist, and New England. The names pretty much say it all. Classic, for example, is characteristically Sunseeker. Customers have full control over the entire interior. With Modern Twist (above and below), Design Unlimited has selected rich, deep tones for woods and other materials. Glossy finishes and attention-grabbing contrasts in materials contribute additionally to the extravagant ambiance. Finally, with New England, you get essentially what it sounds like. Imagine a laid-back, beach-house vibe. Soothing, subtle tones and textures as well as earthy and natural colors dominate.
Regardless of the interior style starting point, Design Unlimited and Sunseeker’s own design team work side by side with you. This includes helping you select hardware, lighting, and furnishings, all created exclusively for the Sunseeker 161 Yacht. Of course, you’re invited to incorporate your own treasured artworks, furnishings, and more. You can create an art niche at the base of the spiral stairway connecting all three decks. Or, you can hang your favorite painting in your private study, in the main-deck master suite.
The same is true for other rooms onboard. They can even be arranged in multiple ways. This is especially true for the skylounge, which can be a masterful master suite, replacing the main-deck standard.
We’ll have more on Sunseeker’s biggest build as construction continues.
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