Sunseeker has released a selection of images on their Facebook page, depicting the customised design and layout of their latest Sunseeker 155 superyacht, Project Gold Diamond. The second vessel to be built in the 155 range, Project Gold Diamond displays distinct differences from the inaugural vessel, including an increase in power with twin 16V MTU engines.
The latest images reveal the master suite as well as the sophisticated main salon and dining area, with a subtle and elegant colour scheme of creams and browns with dashes of colour found in the unique art pieces. In the salon, two large, comfortable L-shaped sofas dominate the space, with two coffee tables positioned in the middle of the area. A bar is also located in this area, providing the perfect space for entertainment and socialising, whilst a round dining table ceasily seating up to eight guests is found adjacent. The whole space is surrounded by large windows, filling the area with natural light and providing fantastic views to take in whether enjoying a luxurious formal dining experience, enjoying a drink and conversation at the bar, or relaxing on the sofa.
The commodious master suite continues the same elegant colour scheme found in the salon, and ensures a welcoming and relaxed ambiance to the whole space. A large, plush bed is found in the centre of the room, whilst a desk is found on the left and, opposite, two comfortable armchairs and coffee table. The room also boasts windows running from floor to ceiling – a feature in which is carried through to the two double guest cabins.
Project Gold Diamond is scheduled for completion in early 2016 and will be available for charter shortly after.