Sunseeker has revealed its first renderings of the interiors of the Manhattan 52, which is due to launch at the Cannes Yachting Festival

The smallest Sunseeker flybridge to launch in a decade is due to hit the water this summer and now we have a much better idea of what the interior of the Manhattan 52 is going to look like.

As the new images below show, the upcoming model will boast a flat-floor amidships master cabin with full-height headroom on all sides. What’s more, the galley-aft layout on the main deck doubles up as a bar to serve the cockpit, via hinged glass doors.

Other key features include large curved expanses of glazing letting plenty of natural light into the saloon. Sunseeker has also promised a “reconfigured helm seating area” although this feature is not shown in the images.

Pre-orders for the Sunseeker Manhattan 52 are already being taken, ahead of its planned launch in September at the Cannes Yachting Festival. To see inside the new Sunseeker, click on the gallery below: