October 22, 2022

Project: Sunseeker Ocean 156

Following the success of the 90 Ocean, with sixteen units sold just one year after its presentation, Sunseeker presents the project for a smaller entry level 24 meter Ocean 156. Titled 156 as in volume gross tonnage this Ocean 24 meters project follows the philosophy of the 90 model offering a larger feeling of space than other super yachts of its size, and flexible to design options.  Sleeping eight or ten guests, the Ocean 156 offers three main deck layouts, and will feature a completely enclosed upper deck with single helm station up top. The upper deck is also asymmetric, full body to starboard and offers a Portuguese deck forward of the helm station, with this space offering a forward C-shaped dinette, but can be customized with sun pads and or spa tub options. The main deck saloon will have all around panoramic views owed to the full height and vertical glazing surrounding all the area, and can be customised in three different arrangements; aft galley, main deck master stateroom forward, and or mid galley.  Beside the standard aft patio door, the Ocean 156 will have port, starboard, and forward doors on the main deck.  On the lower deck, the full beam master aft features ample storage, a vanity desk and connecting en-suite with twin basins. In a standard configuration, the lower accommodation comprises of a forward VIP and two guest cabins with an optional sliding berth cabin accommodating additional guests in comfort. There is also option for crew accommodation forward of the engine room with appliance block and worktop space for self-sufficiency. The lower deck just as the upper deck features flush level floor between all cabins. The Sunseeker Ocean 156 is to be powered by Volvo 1000hp with IPS pod propulsion and is estimated to reach top speeds up to 23 knots.

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