Originally presented as Project 8X, the latest addition to the Sunseeker family finally has a proper name: the Ocean Club Ninety.
At 27.1 metres long and 7.16 in the beam, it is the standard-bearer for the new direction CEO Andrea Frabetti is taking the company in. The exterior design is strong, almost masculine. Although reflective of the signature Sunseeker aesthetic, it features fresh aft-raked lines. The Ninety also offers an impressive 25% more volume than its rivals.
The two other big selling points will be the beach club and the forward cockpit. The 24 sqm beach club has new X-TEND sun pads club which fold away electrically into the structure when not in use.
Part of the swim platform lowers below water level too and includes the Besenzoni Ladder Gangway to make getting into and out of the sea much easier. The forward cockpit has three different relaxation areas and can be shaded. At night, it converts to an open-air cinema with a laser projector.
The optional infinity pool on the fly is flanked by two sun pads, while there are three guest cabins (four in the charter version) plus a full-beam master suite. The look is soberly elegant, beautifully highlighting the floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the main deck with light.