For the first time in the history of Sunbeam Yachts we are now working with, not only, our long-term partner Naval Architects from J&J, but also with the internationally successful industrial designer Gerald Kiska. The aim was “to break the mold” and build a new type of sailing yacht, which cannot fit into any previously existing category and re-interpret the idea of the water sports category. Modern, stylish and in tune with the times. This was the birth of the new SUNBEAM 32.1.

Until now the SUNBEAM yachts have always been a further development of their predecessors, an evolution over the years. A constant improvement resulting from our own experience, customer feedback and developments and trends in the industry.

It’s different now. The approach is completely different. SUNBEAM Yachts has defined a target group based on the changed needs of society and designed a boat precisely for this target group. The new SUNBEAM 32.1 – one step ahead of evolution.


  • Total length: 9.98m
  • Hull length: 9.90m
  • Beam: 8.86m
  • Total width: 2.98m
  • Displacement: 4,150kg
  • Keel weight: 1,250kg
  • Ballast Keel: 30.0 %
  • Volvo Penta D1-20: 18 PS
  • Electric engine (opt.): 8 KW
  • Fresh water: 80 litres
  • Fuel tank (Diesel): 60 litres
  • Holding tank: 60 litres
  • Sail area max: 60m2
  • Self tacking jib: 20m2
  • Genoa (opt.): 24m2
  • Mainsail (standard): 36m2
  • Mainsail furling mast (opt.): 28m2
  • Standard keel: 1.80m
  • Short keel: 1.30m
  • Standing height in the salon: 1.86m

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