Sunseeker's biggest show yet

Written on the 12 May 2009

 

SUNSEEKER Australia will showcase more than $35 million of new product at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
A grand display of decadence, style and luxury will be unveiled as the company takes the wraps off for its Australian launch of the 34m yacht.
Of breathtaking scale with classic flowing lines, the vessel features three decks providing opulent entertainment areas with accommodation for up to 10 guests and five crew.
Sunseeker is also showcasing the Sunseeker 60 Manhattan Mark II in another Australian marine launch. A popular mid-range option, the Manhattan 60 provides space in a craft that family and friends can operate comfortably on their own. 
Also featured is a new contemporary upper saloon layout, picture windows to the master stateroom and a general change in the styling of the fit out.
Sunseeker Australia managing director Alf Barbagallo, says the show will also see launch of the versatile 52 Manhattan. 
“This model has already proven popular since her release at the Southampton Boat Show last year and incorporates many surprises for her size,” he says.
“A spacious cockpit area and hydraulic rise and fall bathing platform are just some of the features that make this impressive vessel perfect for Australian waters.”
The line up also includes the launch of the 52 Predator, the newest in the Predator range which oozes style and glamour. With a retractable sunroof and auto-submerging bathing platform this newcomer is set to turn heads.
On display again this year will be the eye-catching 70 Manhattan which sets the standard for high-level entertainment, putting the emphasis on fun and excitement in Sunseeker’s inimitable style. Sunseeker is one of the world’s most recognised and respected yacht companies. 
“Sunseeker continues to be a global leader in design and we are looking forward to our best ever Sanctuary Cove Boat Show,” says Barbagallo.
 

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