BY APB Staff on 22 Oct 2019

Built by Icon Yachts in the Netherlands, this tri-deck flagship featuring a plunge pool on the main deck will be delivered in September 2022

Sunseeker and Icon Yachts are delighted to announce the sale of the first 161 Yacht. The deal was brokered by Sunseeker Monaco, part of the Sunseeker London Group. 

Sunseeker Sells First 161 Yacht
(Image: Sunseeker)

Sunseeker’s flagship superyacht model will be built by Icon Yachts in Harlingen, Holland. It is the result of Sunseeker’s desire to offer to clients larger, metal-built superyachts.

Delivery will take place in September 2022. In the meantime, discussions are ongoing for confirmation of hulls number two and three.

The Superyacht division, which was officially launched at the Monaco Yacht Show earlier in September, further strengthens Sunseeker’s success in the superyacht category, having already delivered 137 yachts over 100ft since 2000.

Weighing in at sub-500GT, this new tri-deck yacht follows the iconic Sunseeker exterior lines and offers exceptional space and volume. Its interior can be styled to each owner’s taste via Sunseeker’s unique ‘Bespoke’ service. The theme throughout is one of space and flexibility, maximising volume and providing compelling features to enhance enjoyment on board. The plunge pool on the main deck is one such feature, as well as the generous beach club that creates an incredible space for a day near the water.

The Sunseeker 161 Yacht sees ten guests accommodated in five cabins in the standard guest configuration, with scope for up to 12 guests dependent upon the chosen general arrangement.