Kent Clarke & Carter
Chatham Maritime Marina Leviathan Way
Chatham, Kent, GB, ME4 4LP
Tel:+44 (0)1634 571605
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2005 Sunseeker 75 Yacht

location icon Chatham, United Kingdom
Year 2005
Length 75'9 ft
Builder/Manufacturer Sunseeker

Sunseeker 75 Motor Yacht 2005 £695,000
This Sunseeker 75 yacht, commissioned in August 2005, went through a professional major refit in 2015 and is being offered for sale in very good condition. She has been extremely lightly used since the refit and is being lifted in December 2019 for her annual service including her hull being washed and anodes changed.

This Sunseeker 75, with its bespoke layout, offers eight berths in four cabins, all with en-suite heads, and two single berths in the crew quarters with en-suite heads. This Sunseeker 75 has Chestnut leather upholstery and Maple woodwork throughout which provides a modern, spacious and luxurious environment that has a warm and cosy feel. This 75 yacht offers a spacious main saloon with panoramic views. It has a very comprehensive specification including generators, air-conditioning, navigation suite, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, rib and much more.

This Sunseeker yacht is currently in the UK close to London, but shipping can be arranged to any worldwide location. Early viewing of this Sunseeker is highly recommended.

Please call or e-mail our Kent Office +44 (0)1634 571605 to arrange a viewing 


Year Built 2005
Category Power
Length Overall 75'9 ft
Beam 18'6 ft
Max Draft 5'6 ft
Cabins 5
Cabin Headroom 6'4 ft
Electrical System 240 V
Double Berths 3
Construction Fiberglass
Min Draft 6'9 ft
Engines 2
Total Engine Power 2,959.00 hp
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 9,020 L
Fuel Tank Mat. Stainless Steel
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 2,498 L
Water Tank Mat. Stainless Steel
Holding Tanks 1
Holding Tank Cap. 499 L
Holding Tank Mat. Steel
Dry Weight 42,701 kg
Tax Status Paid

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: MAN
Model: D2842 LE409
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 1,500hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2005
Engine Hours: 475
Engine Location: Port

Engine 2 Specifications

Make: MAN
Model: D2842 LE409
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 1,500hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2005
Engine Hours: 476
Engine Location: Starboard
Manufacturer Provided Description

The 75 Yacht was conceived to offer the same basic specification as the 82, only with more compact proportions. This has resulted in a combination of superb handling - usually seen on smaller craft - and the same levels of luxury as her larger sisters. The 75 Yacht  offers a spacious main saloon with panoramic views.


This Sunseeker 75 with its unique layout offers eight berths in four cabins with 6ft 8ins of headroom and more throughout. It also has two single berths in the aft crews quarters.

The forward VIP cabin has a central island double berth with storage space beneath the berth, small dressing table to starboard with cupboards above and walk-in wardrobe with shelves and hanging locker to port. It has its own TV and air-conditioning control unit. This cabin has lots of light provided by a range of portholes. There is a large en-suite heads with white sink with pressurised hot and cold water, vanity unit, mirror, electric marine heads, walk-in shower with plexiglass screen with extractor fan.

Aft of the forward cabin and down three steps to Port is the day heads with white sink, vanity unit, mirror, electric marine heads and walk-in shower with plexiglass screen and extractor fan. There is also a door from this heads to the aft port cabin.

The aft port cabin has two single berths with a central fore and aft walkway. There is storage beneath each berth and a large hanging locker. There is a TV and air-conditioning with its own controls. This cabin also feels light and airy with the large port holes.

Across the corridor from the port aft cabin is a starboard aft cabin with a double berth offset to starboard with storage beneath as well as wall mount storage shelves, TV and air-conditioning controls. There is a large hanging locker. The cabin has a large en-suite heads with white sink with vanity unit, mirror, extractor fan and walk-in shower with plexiglass screen. There is a good range of port holes that makes this cabin also feel light and airy.

A wide corridor between the Port and Starboard cabins leads to the owners aft mid-ships stateroom. The corridor provides additional storage space and the ideal location for the front loading Bosch washing machine, Bosch tumble dryer, and second Bosch fridge/freezer as well as all of the master controls for the 12 and 24volt electrical systems.

The mid-ships stateroom has a real feel of luxury. There is a large flat screen TV mount of the starboard wall, There is a long dressing table with a seat to starboard and opposite to port a large settee. It has a large central double berth with sprung mattress. On the starboard side of the central island berth is a large walk-in dressing room with hanging lockers, shelves and cupboards. To port is a very large en-suite heads with large vanity unit with white sink, electric heads, bee day and full length mirror. There is a large walk-in shower with plexiglass shower with extractor fan.

From the central corridor five steps take you up to the helmsman position and spilt level saloon. The helms position gives good around visibility with an electrically controlled helmsman’s seat and a side opening access door. The helmsman has a full suite of navigation and manoeuvrability tools at his fingertips.

Opposite the helmsman’s seat is the upper level dinette that with its oval table,  storage space beneath and U shaped settee. Steps from this area lead up to the flybridge.

Slight aft and to starboard is a superb U-shaped galley area. The galley has a ceramic hob, combination cooker with microwave, grill and over, twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold water and mineral water tap with stainless steel tank. Mineral water tank also supplies the Ice Maker. Bosch fridge/freezer, Bosch dishwater and lots of storage space.

A single step takes you down into the large saloon area which has L-shaped settees on each side with beautiful occasional/coffee tables with lots of storage space and discreet overhead lighting and table lamps. This is a really amazing place to sit and relax with large Chestnut leather settees that are extremely comfortable. There is a separate wine fridge in this area and flat screen TV on a riser.

The large sliding patio doors lead out on to the solid covered aft teak deck with solid GRP surrounds which give a real feel of it being a safe area in which to relax. The solid roof has overhead lighting. there is a small sink to port with hot and cold water and a large teak central table. Stairs from the aft deck lead down to the bathing platform and crews quarters and up to the flybridge.

The flybridge area is a vast space with lots of seating, large teak tables and a galley area with Gaganeau lava coal grill and sink and ice maker. The flybridge helms position has a repeat of the helmsman’s instrumentation, navigation and manoeuvrability controls.

There is an aft swim platform with rigid rib frame that enables the rig to sit in place with the outboard attached and drops electrically to enable the rib to be launched. The bathing platform also provides access to the crew quarters which has two single berths and heads with show and also access to the engine room which has full standing head room.

Mechanical Systems

This vessel has two Man 1500hp inboard diesel engines located under the main saloon floor with full standing access from the crew’s quarters. The engines were last serviced in August 2015 when the main gearbox seals were upgraded and replaced to the last version for these engines. Engines also had new props and shafts fitted at the same time.

Engine oil and gearbox oils last changed in May 2017 The engines currently have Port 476 and Starboard 475 hours on them as at 12th December 2019. Diesel Generator, HRO SFC 1400-2 Watermaker that will make approx 220 litres/hour with spate Stainless steel tank.. Sleipner bow and stern thrusters. Hydraulic Trim tabs. Reversible Air conditioning system throughout. There is a spare set of props included.

Electrical Systems

8 x 24V engine batteries (2017) , 4 x 24V Heavy duty service batteries, 2 x 12v generator batteries charging from 2 alternators, upgraded 240 battery chargers and via diesel generator. The 240v shore power provides a ring main throughout. The boat is fitted with a 2.5KW 230V inverter.

Deck Equipment
  • Anchor –63 Kgs Plough anchor with 100 metres of chain and warp
  • Windlass – Electric Lewmar with chain counters at helm and flybridge
  • Additional Bowline winch with foot controls
  • 2 x Aft stern line winches
  • 3 x Large windscreen wipers
  • Upper helm consul and seat covers - blue
  • Upper deck seating and teak table covers – blue
  • Bow and flybridge sun cushions
  • Hydraulic remote controlled bathing platform with integrated ladder
  • Additional type 56 bathing ladder
  • Tender with Honda outboard sat in cradle swim platform engine was serviced November 2017 and not used since
  • Flybridge wet-bar with hot & cold water
  • Flybridge lava-coal grill
  • Ice maker at Flybridge
  • Hot & Cold shower at swim platform
  • Deck aft and forward deckwash system
  • 8 x large fenders
  • 4 x large mooring warps
  • Hydraulic Passarelle
Navigation Equipment
  • VHF Radio – Raymarine 240E DSC at helm and flybridge
  • Furuno Autopilot at helm and flybridge
  • Furuno GPS
  • 3 x Furuno C-MAX Chartplotter with built in speed and depth displays and radar at helm and flybridge
  • 1 x Garmin Chartplotter at Helm
  • KVH G8 Satellite Antenna & Active Radar reflector in matching KVH dome with strengthened Radar arch with higher radar chair
  • Navigation lights
  • Anchor light
  • Electric Helmsman’s seat


Safety Equipment
  • 8 x Fire Extinguishers plus engine firefighting system - last serviced May 2017
  • Fire Blanket
  • Radar Reflector
  • Foghorn
  • 2 x Lifebuoys - new 2017
  • Electric bilge pumps
  • 8 man ISO Liferaft  in cannister - last serviced May 2017

Deep V hull


The Sunseeker 75 Yacht was conceived to offer the same basic specification as the 82, only with more compact proportions. This has resulted in a combination of superb handling, usually seen on small craft- and the same levels of luxury as her larger sisters.

This Sunseeker 75 Yacht built in 2005 has had two owners from new. It went through a major refit  in 2015 under the supervision of a leading surveyor, yard and insurance company following a grounding. The hull has been professionally repaired and epoxy coated as a preventative measure. The hull has been repainted, engines removed, bench serviced and new gearbox seals fitted and extensive sea trials completed following all of the work. At the same time new carpets were fitted and she has been professionally valeted throughout. This motor yacht looks and feels almost like new.  

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The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.