Making her presence felt as the sleek black hull enters the marina, the Sunseeker Predator 64 will be one of the showpieces of this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
Skippered to the Gold Coast from Adelaide, this 2011 model, ex-demo motor yacht would retail for $2.9 million, but at this year’s boat show, one lucky buyer will power home a great buy.
According to Richard MacDonald from Sunseeker South Australia, the boat is highly spec’d and a superb all-rounder.
'The owner of the dealership has added many features. This is a one of a kind.'
With new V8 1200 MAN diesel engines, upgraded generator and custom coded paint work, as well as superior interior fittings and finishes, this black beauty is unique.
Introduced to the Sunseeker range at the London Boat Show in 2011, the English manufacturer calls the model a 'performance motoryacht'.
She has three staterooms, a bunk for a crewman aft and décor that is comparable to the finesse of Italian marques.
At full speed, the 35 knots from a twin installation of up to 2200 PS gets you wherever you want to go, fast, complete with sliding saloon roof for a thrilling open air sensation. The Sunseeker design hull and deck provide an impressive soft ride, ensuring guests enjoy sunpad relaxation under way as well as at rest.
The Sunseeker will join yachts both power and sail from Australia and around the world at the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 24-27 May.
The 24th Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is proudly sponsored by Club Marine. Exhibitor details, ticket information, accommodation packages and updated news about the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show are available at www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au
by Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show
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