The popular Sunseeker 108 Predator model is an upgrade from the British shipyard’s standard build model. Since her delivery in 2008, La Dolce Vita has undergone a number of upgrades, such as service work and new coatings during her yard period in 2016. The composite-built superyacht will be delivered to her new owner in excellent condition.Photo: IYC Her interior, designed by Sunseeker, features a combination of cherry wood, light grey furnishings and carbon fibre detailing. With plenty of room for entertaining in the large main saloon which is connected to the bridge, guests can enjoy the bar, formal dining area and entertainment system. Up to eight guests can be accommodated for in four staterooms, all with an en-suite, including the full-beam master stateroom. Outside there are more facilities that are ideal for entertaining, such as the jacuzzi and two foredeck sunbathing areas, swimming platform and large cockpit on the aft deck with wet bar, ceramic barbeque and dining setup.
La Dolce Vita is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M93 engines and is capable of reaching a top speed of 42 knots, or cruising speed of 32 knots. At the time of sale, she was listed with an asking price of $1,999,999.
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