Such is the boom in water-level beach clubs, Sunseeker has decided to change the nomenclature of its superyacht range to reflect this burgeoning trend.
The new aluminium flagship – currently in build at ICON Yachts in Holland – which was formally known as the 161 Yacht, will now be called the Ocean Club 50, while this superyacht, previously referred to as the 133 Yacht, will now be dubbed the Ocean Club 42 when it’s launched in 2021.
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