All in all the Sunseeker Predator 61 is a well designed, good looking, beautifully finished, high performance motoryacht. Whether you wish to cruise Sydney Harbour or the Whitsunday Islands, this boat can handle it. And handle it she will in style and luxury.
According to the team at Sunseeker, with a price tag of $1.95m the Portofino 53 is a luxurious sports cruiser that combines wide cruising potential with impressive top speeds. Available in open or covered cockpit versions.
The latest vessel in the Sunseeker range to grace our shores is the Portofino 46. She's an Express Cruiser with all the style and luxury of her namesake, Portofino, that magnificently beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera south of Genoa.
With her flowing lines, perfect proportions and intersecting curves, the Manhattan 66 heads up Sunseeker's flybridge range. And she does it with all the style and elegance boaters have come to expect from a $4m Sunseeker.
In every respect, customers are offered enormous flexibility in terms of specifications, layout and choice of engines. The net result is that each Sunseeker Yacht is a reflection of its owner's tastes and preferences.
Out on the water the Sunseeker 75 Yacht lives up to the formable reputation her predecessors have earned. While she doesn't have the awesome acceleration of Sunseeker's Predator line-up, she can still muster some push-you-back-in-your-seat performance from her twin 1500hp V12 MAN diesels.
This Supernova 88 is an impressive boat on all counts. Out back it's all water sports and entertaining, while the main cabin is stylish and ultra-modern with a metallic finish one does not expect on a boat of this type and it works. Below decks she's a fivestar hotel with all the trimmings and many small features that are all designed to make life onboard hassle free.