Sunseeker International will launch two new yachts at the forthcoming Tullett Prebon London International Boat Show, at Excel London from 7-16 January 2011. The all new Predator 115 and the Manhattan 73 are both exciting additions to the Sunseeker range, maximising internal space and combining exhilarating performance with luxurious design.
Predator 115 (available to view on marina berth P1)
Retaining the aggressive lines and sharp long bow which are synonymous with the Predator range, as well as many of the stunning characteristics that have made the award-winning Predator 130 so successful, the all new Sunseeker Predator 115 has the exterior deck space of a Yacht but remains Predator in her look, with an exemplary level of onboard luxury.
She can comfortably accommodate a party of up to 10 in five cabins, with a crew of five, and features expansive aft cockpit, flybridge and foredeck social areas which provide endless entertainment opportunities. There is an option for balconies on either side of the main deck saloon which open up magnificent seascapes and bring in more natural light, and the vessel also accommodates a large aft tender garage for two jet bikes, and a tender up to five and a half metres plus hydraulic rise-and-fall transom platform.
Manhattan 73 (available to view on stand L20)
In its continued quest for excellence, Sunseeker has developed the all new Manhattan 73 – an innovative extension to its range of Flybridge Manhattan motoryachts, famed around the world for their luxurious open-deck sportboat design and exceptional performance.
Featuring a brand-new hull which allows for space to be maximised throughout, the Manhattan 73 offers plenty of accommodation for the owner, family and guests and includes an adaptable entertainment space. For the first time she also offers a joystick manoeuvring system to provide greater control of the vessel when docking.
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A further ten Sunseeker craft will be displayed at the show, including the 40 Metre, the firm’s flagship, and the 30 Metre on the pontoon (Berths P2 and P3), and the 88 Yacht, the Predator 64, Predator 84 and the Portofino 48 on the Sunseeker stand (L20).
Sunseeker Founder, Robert Braithwaite, said: “In our continued quest for innovation we have explored ways of maximising space and of increasing the customisation potential of two of our most popular motoryacht designs, and have achieved exactly that in these two new yachts. Our abiding commitment to innovation and to developing world-class motoryachts has led to Sunseeker becoming a truly global brand and we are incredibly proud to be now selling to five continents and 61 countries around the world.”