Sunseeker will be showcasing a display of 10 new yachts at the Southampton International Boat Show with anticipation building for the arrival of the all-new Sunseeker Ocean 156.

Sunseeker’s Ocean range has emerged as a pioneering category in the yacht market, standing alongside the shipyard’s established ranges – Performance, Predator, Sport Yacht, Manhattan, Yacht and Superyacht. With the introduction of the 90 Ocean in 2020 and the Ocean 182 in 2023, Sunseeker has set a new standard in performance, functionality and design.

These inaugural models quickly garnered acclaim, earning prestigious yachting awards worldwide. Building upon this success, Sunseeker is unveiling a new addition to the Ocean range, the Ocean 156. Bearing a name reflecting its substantial interior volume compared to traditional models in its class, this new offering emphasises the remarkable increase in usable space on board.

As client demands shifts towards heightened functionality and adaptable spaces, Sunseeker’s Ocean 156 responds with innovative design solutions that seamlessly blend indoor luxury with expansive outdoor decks. With a focus on apartment-style interiors and a cohesive design extending from inside to out, the Ocean range embodies a new era of yachting excellence, redefining grandeur and comfort on the water.

“Sunseeker is thrilled to maintain its position as a premier exhibitor at the Southampton International Boat Show,” says Andrea Frabetti, Chief Executive Officer at Sunseeker International, “Our display this year presents a special showcase of the most technically advanced and beautiful yachts in the market.”

In addition to the global premiere of the Ocean 156, the display of yachts from across the range will include the Manhattan 55, Superhawk 55, Predator 65, Manhattan 68, Predator 75, 76 Yacht, 88 Yacht, 90 Ocean and 95 Yacht*.

Discover the all-new Ocean 156 and the entire Sunseeker display at stand E060 during this year’s Southampton International Boat Show in Mayflower Park.


*line-up subject to change.

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