The 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival marked a very special occasion for the British boatbuilder as they publicly revealed to the wider yachting world, for the first time, details of the all new 133’ Yacht. Previously going by the codename “13X”, this truly remarkable project has all the hallmarks of being a runaway success.
Coming in at a whopping 448GT at 41 metres LOA, this radical model has been designed with a new round-bilge, semi-displacement, hull-form, paving the way for a completely new design philosophy for the next generation of Sunseeker yachts.
The new 133’ Yacht, part of the new Superyacht series, is the first-ever Sunseeker with a vertical bow, and with a beam of 9.4 Metres, contains 27 percent more interior volume than its sistership, the 131 Yacht. Remarkably, she offers just 15% less volume than the previous flagship 155 Yacht.
The yacht will be amde available with available with MTU 16V engines, providing up to 2,636PS, for a maximum top speed of 24kts, or efficient displacement cruising over distances of as much as 3,500nm. MTU’s Hybrid system can now also be specified for the first time with their smaller 12V engines to deliver a multitude of scenarios from improving range still further to allowing zero emissions whilst cruising or anchoring.
With several SYM Superyacht Management clients already showing considerable interest we can’t wait to get involved with this very exciting project with the first hull set for delivery in 2021!