It may be the smallest superyacht that Sunseeker builds, but the Sunseeker 86 Yacht is still a truly impressive bit of kit
Breaking through the 24m mark into superyacht territory is the stuff that most boat owners can only dream of, but when you do the results are pretty special, as this full tour of the Sunseeker 86 Yacht shows.
Nick Burnham gives us an access-all-areas look at this magnificent cruiser, complete with proper crew quarters for up to four staff.
Four guest cabins aren’t unheard of on yachts under 24m, but on the Sunseeker 86 the size and versatility of these cabins is something else, with two full-beam suites that could both be used as the owner’s quarters.
Other standout features include a folding side balcony, a vast foredeck and a flybridge that puts most yachts to shame. Kick off your deck shoes and enjoy the tour, because this is a big one…
LOA: 86ft 3in (26.30m)
Beam: 21ft3in (6.47m)
Draft: 6ft 5in (1.95m)
Displacement: 67,000kg (147,710lb)
Accommodation: 8 guests, 4 crew
Engines: Twin MTU 1950ps
Top speed: 30 knots
Fuel capacity: 11,000 litres (2,419 gal)
Water capacity: 1,400 litres (307 gal)