Australian brokerage firm Ray White Marine has announced the sale of the 30.48-metre Sunseeker Murcielago. The sale was the result of an auction which took place at the Gold Coast Turf Club earlier this month. Brock Rodwell represented the seller.Photo: Ray White MarineMurcielago was delivered to her original owners in 2004 by Sunseeker as one of the yard’s Predator models. Longtime Sunseeker collaborator, Don Shead Yacht Design, was commissioned for Murcielago’s naval architecture and exterior styling. Built from GRP, the RINA-classed planning-style superyacht, which is in turnkey-condition, saw her last refit in 2014.
Interior spaces onboard are centred around the main saloon and four guest cabins. Three VIP cabins, one double and one twin - each with en-suites - flank the master suite. Murcielago’s upper deck saloon is fitted with skylights, retractable sunroof, Sonos sound system, BBQ, and hydraulic bathing platform. Photo: Ray White MarineThree MTU 2000 Arneson engines provide a combined 6000 hp, which enable Murcielago to reach a maximum speed of around 42 knots and a cruise speed of 37 knots.
At the time of her sale, Murcielago (which currently flies the flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) was located in Gold Coast, Australia and was listed with an asking price of AUD$2,400,000.
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