One of the newest yachts from British manufacturer Sunseeker the 76 Yacht is a beautiful boat that is arguably the best sub-24 meter yacht on offer today. With a best-in-class flybridge, the Sunseeker 76 Yacht has all of the amenities you would expect from a luxury yacht, and then some.
Measuring 23.60 meters in length and 5.95 meters in the bow, the 76's deep V-hull not only improves ride quality but also affords the boat's occupants plenty of space.
The 76 welcomes you aboard via a neat bathing platform with wooden flooring (a theme that continues throughout the yacht). As standard, this can accommodate a Williams 445 tender and a couple of seabobs. As an option, owners can have a mini-beach club installed along with a rain shower, fold-out seating, and a BBQ grill.
You step up from the bathing platform into the cockpit, where there is ample space for relaxing and socializing. The standard configuration comes with a large U-shaped sofa and a foldable coffee table in the stern, while buyers can opt for an L-shaped sofa and a cocktail bar equipped with a fridge and an icemaker as extras.
A pair of large sliding glass doors lead to the boat's main salon, which is available in several configurations. With the aft-galley layout option (which we think will be the most popular), you're welcomed to the salon by the boat's surprisingly large galley. This comes with a refrigerator, an induction hob, a convection oven, and plenty of worktop and storage space.
Portside, a nice little dinette area comes in a number of configurations and finishes. Just forward of the galley is the Sunseeker 76's lounge—a relatively small open area with an L-shaped sofa and a smaller sofa portside. Further forward, the boat's two-seater helm station comes fitted with three monitors and a slew of navigation gear.
Belowdecks, the Sunseeker 76 features a four-cabin layout with up to 8 guests on board. The boat's only crew cabin sits aft and comes furnished with an ensuite and lots of storage space.
Of course, the owner's suite is the main attraction. This comes with a large bed in the middle and a nice little sofa starboard. An ensuite with his and hers sinks and a large rain shower complete the list of a rather spacious and contemporary owner's suite. The VIP cabin, twin, and double cabins all come with ensuites and are more than good enough at this price point.
You'd probably be buying the Yacht 76 for its flybridge, and you'd be right! Easily one of the largest flybridges in its class, this outdoor area does get a lot right. As standard, it comes with a large L-shaped sofa, a fully equipped mini-bar area, and an additional helm station at the front. Aft, buyers can choose to add either a spa tub, a jet ski with a crane, or additional sunbeds.
Engine and Performance
With all the luxury on board, it's easy to forget that the 76 Yacht has some serious performance. Powered by a pair of MAN V12 engines, the 76 Yacht comes with a top speed of 32 knots and a range of 500 nautical miles.
For anyone not looking for a fully-fledged top-of-the-line yacht, the Sunseeker 76 is a great option. It's a luxury yacht with plenty of space and all the bells and whistles you would expect from a yacht in its class. Add to that the fact that it comes with outstanding performance, and you have a yacht that should be hard to match.