SUNSEEKER Sunseeker 90 Specifications
Name: Apollo I
Type: Motor Yacht
Year Built: 2007
Hull Material: GRP
Length: 28m / feet
Beam: 6.3 / 20.67 feet
Gross Tonnage: 88
Cruising Speed: 23 knots
Max Speed: 30 knots
Sleeps: 9
Staterooms: 4
Crew: 4
Exterior Design: Sunseeker
Interior Design: Sunseeker
Engines: 2 x Caterpillar C32 Acert 1900hp
Flag: British
Location: Italy, Varazze


EUR 1,695,000

Apollo I is a magnificent Sunseeker Yacht 90 built in 2007 and extensively refitted in 2013, 2015 and 2018. She can accommodate 8 guests in 4 luxurious cabins in a Master Cabin, a VIP cabin and two twin cabins.


This exceptional yacht offers well-thought-out spaces and is outfitted to the highest standards of workmanship with fabrics and colors that create her impeccable blend of comfort and style. Apollo I offers her guests five-star service and cuisine. 


Guests will benefit from newly installed Zero Speed stabilizers. The yacht will be sold with a full inventory as a ‘turn-key’ operation ideal for either private or charter use. Biancino shows incredible charter records and as a strong reputation on the charter market.

The owner is willing to accept Bitcoin for the purchase of the yacht. 

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Detailed Description


The main saloon is accessed through double patio doors and granite threshold from the aft deck. To port aft is a separate day head and to starboard aft are a two seat sofa, a three seat

sofa and single arm chair arranged around a cherry wood coffee table opposite the television cabinet. All sofa upholstery is jr scott textured linen (golden rod 4340). Bar area and drinks cabinet with fridge to port with granite top (emerald pearl granite). All main saloon / interior dining area carpet are ‘desert textured’.

Interior dining

Forward of the main saloon seating is the interior dining area with cherry wood dining table and eight free-standing black leather chairs. Opposite the dining table to port is a service hatch to the galley.


Forward of the interior dining area is the staircase to starboard to the guest accommodation and to port/centerline doors to galley and wheelhouse. The galley door can be closed for guest privacy whilst dining. All surfaces in the galley are emerald pearl granite, splash backs in brushed stainless steel, cabinets in satin finished cherry wood and oak flooring. To the

port side is a watertight door leading to the port side deck.


Forward of the galley is the wheelhouse with two black leather upholstered helm seats to starboard with oak flooring, and a black leather two seat sofa to port with oak desert textured

carpet. All console fascia panels are burr walnut effect.

Owner stateroom (aft)

The full beam owner’s stateroom has four vertical windows each side with vanity unit forward to port and two seat sofa finished in textured linen to starboard with central kingsize

bed. Two separate doors aft lead to a dressing room to starboard and ensuite/shower room to port with twin basins and emerald pearl granite vanity top and floor. All carpet is desert velvet with cabinetry in satin finish cherry wood with novasuede panels.

Guest staterooms

Leading forward from the owner stateroom are two identical twin bedded guest staterooms to port and starboard. The port stateroom twin bed is convertible to a double bed and the starboard stateroom has an additional pullman berth. Each have an ensuite shower room with vanity tops finished in london white granite. All carpet is desert velvet with cabinetry in satin cherry wood with novasuede paneling.

Vip stateroom

At the end of the guest lobby forward is the vip stateroom with centerline queen sized bed, triangular sofa finished in textured linen to port and vanity unit to starboard with stool. Aft of the stateroom is a dressing room to starboard. Stateroom and dressing room have desert velvet carpet, satin cherry wood with novasuede panels. The ensuite shower room to port has

matching emerald pearl granite floor and vanity top.

Crew mess

Accessed via a water tight door in the transom, the crew mess has cabinetry and dining table finished in cream lacquer, oak floor and worktop in london white granite. Both starboard side

crew cabins are accessed from the crew mess.

Crew cabins

There are two crew cabins – 1 double and 1 with twin bunks, both finished with cream lacquer cabinetry and oak floors. The shared crew toilet/shower room is located to port forward of the crew mess after of the main engine room access with london white granite floor and vanity top.

Deck arrangement

Access to the yacht is via a telescopic gangway at main aft deck level to port, above the hydraulic swim platform/tender storage. The main aft deck leads forward through clear patio

doors to the main saloon. There are port and starboard side decks leading forward to the foredeck area with a large guest off white vinyl sun-pad aft of the foredeck on the forward

superstructure moulding. To the starboard side of the main aft deck, a staircase leads up to the sundeck/flybridge. On the sundeck is a 4 man jacuzzi aft surrounded by modular

synthetic rattan seating. Amidships is a teak dining table to starboard with fitted seating and bar area with sink, fridge, icemaker and gaggenau lava coal grill to port with three bar

stools. Forward is the secondary helm station to port and off white vinyl sunpad to port. There is a stainless steel framed bimini over the sundeck.