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Scaling new heights of luxury and designed for those with a taste for decadence, the Sunseeker 35M Yacht has three decks of palatial living, dining and entertainment space. Ideal for sharing with family and friends or chartering, this breathtaking Yacht offers accommodation for up to ten guests and eight crew. A range of over 1500 nautical miles and the latest navigational equipment on board make extended cruising effortless.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
LOA: 116 ft 5 in
Beam: 26 ft 3 in
LWL: 96 ft 9 in
Dry Weight: 292600 lbs
Engine Option 1: 2x
Fresh Water Tanks: (793 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (5020 Gallons)
The interior design of the yacht promotes the latest Sunseeker interior styling. The design combines classic and recognisable details with a modern twist. The primary objective is to create a timeless elegant atmosphere utilising signature details and materials that best represent true luxury and comfort. In order to achieve this the design criterion is to accentuate the feeling of space, using light, textural materials and intelligent planning. Ultimately, the interior design considers both the physical needs together with the emotional experience, promoting the feeling of well-being. The specification of materials and finishes will be to Sunseeker Superyacht quality and will be consistently incorporated to enhance the quality of the interior design. Each design element is considered to achieve a seamless flow within the yacht. For this reason there is continuity in the architectural details designed with the understanding that each customer may have a requirement to personalise the interior. This can be achieved in the individual selection of soft finishes, accessories and certain lighting elements. Generally, all of the interior finishes will be natural. Lacquered timber, hard woods, granite, marble and leather all designed to further accentuate the sensation of luxury. All of the interior finishes will bear in mind durability, therefore soft finishes on bulkheads will be carefully specified to ensure ease of maintenance and cleaning.
The entire shell and the majority of the stiffening of the hull will be in hand laid FRP. All structural bulkheads will be produced from VARTM (Vacuum assisted resin transfer moulding). The hull topsides will be gelled in Sunseekers? exclusive XL gel coat (based on isophthalic resin) to give the best possible weathering resistance and gloss retention. The hull below the waterline will be gelled with an NPG based gel coat. To optimise the resistance to osmotic blistering, the entire hull mould will have a skin coat of powder bound chopped strand mat with vinylester resin. A specially developed ?spraycore? material will then be applied to the hull topsides to minimise the print through of all subsequent material laid in to the mould. The remaining hull shell consists of a single skin laminate in the bottom using multi-axial reinforcements with a substantial increase in thickness in the keel area ? hull sides will be of a sandwich type construction. Longitudinal stringers and deep girders will stiffen the hull shell ? transverse bulkheads, FRP ringframes and watertight bulkheads in turn support these. The longitudinal stiffeners will be of unidirectional and multi-axial plies over non-structural foam formers in way of stringers and over PVC foam engine girders. Additional reinforcements are provided in way of the propeller shaft brackets, rudders, optional stabilisers and wherever there are concentrated loads requiring an increase in strength or stiffness.
The design is for an FRP composite, 35m Motor Yacht, fitted with twin marine diesel engines driving screw propellers through reversing/reduction gearboxes. The construction of the hull, deck and superstructure together with all interior joinery and furniture shall be designed and built to first class yacht building standards. Construction shall be lightweight yet immensely durable, using materials of the best quality, to Sunseeker Superyacht standards. The choice and specification of all equipment and fittings is to be made with consideration to practical seaman like requirements with minimum weight, balanced against maximum durability and quality. The yacht is to be designed, built and equipped to suit operation in Mediterranean conditions. Special consideration is to be made in the choice and specification of air conditioning and ventilation systems, to ensure total suitability for the climate envisaged.
Classification and certificates
Rules in force The vessel will be constructed in accordance with the rules and regulations in force at the contract date: Built to European specification 220/380v 3 phase 50Hz or built to USCG Regulations 120/208v 3 phase 60Hz Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972. Classification The vessel will be built to: RINA Rules for Classification of Pleasure Yachts.
The hull and superstructure mouldings will be built from composite materials to RINA rules for the classification of pleasure yachts. Within the constraints of FRP composite construction, special effort will be made to achieve the best, fairest hull finish possible. Mould Construction All mouldings will have a gel coat finish. The composite construction of the shell of the moulds will be based on the latest material developments at Sunseeker to achieve the best finish possible. Superstructure construction The superstructure will consist of a PVC foam sandwich shell that is stiffened by a number of low profile longitudinal and transverse beams and frames ? which in turn are supported by non-watertight bulkheads and pillars where necessary. All exposed exterior faces of the superstructure will be gel coated using XL gel. The superstructure will be built using a combination of hand-lay and VARTM.
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