If there was ever an ultimate one, it would be this revolutionary open cockpit Predator. It directly connects back to the very origin of the Sunseeker line, embodying pure enjoyment in the sun and sea. As an owner-operated boat, it showcases unity between the helm and cockpit. The main deck is predominantly open, reaching from the screen and helm console to the back, accommodating a massive sunpad.
Undoubtedly, the Predator 60 shines as a premier day boat, but it doesn't stop there. With an optional hardened top and luxurious guest cabins located below, it proves to be a capable performance cruiser. It perfectly combines the best of both spheres, wonderfully camouflaged, which should come as no surprise. Rarely do the fiercest predators in nature unveil their gentle side away from their nest.
You can rest assured that the Predator will provide optimum care. Despite its high speed of up to 40 knots, fueled by 2200 PS and Agneson surface drives, or just a notch lower with the tunnel shafts or Volvo Penta's pod drives, it offers the soften and safe ride that Sunseekers are universally recognized for.
Augmenting onboard comfort levels, the fittings and furnishings align impeccably with the overall Sunseeker reputation for superior quality. Whether it's the plush and impeccably stitched upholstery, noise dampening carpets and curtains, or the selection of sturdy door handles and hinged reading lights, everything can be customized to meet your specifications.
Beyond the meticulous design, the comfort lies in the spatial planning, with a light-filled atrium style stairwell leading to the lower accommodation area. This deck has a shared saloon and gallery layout, radiating out to three sleeping cabins – the master suite, a twin bed suite, and a VIP suite. Multiple windows ensure plenty of natural light and space. The adjoining bathrooms mimic the contemporary and luxurious designs of the central cabins they serve.
Heading back to the exterior, beneath the extensive sunpad, the stern garage reveals a sleek and easily deployed tender to transport guests, while the Predator lies eagerly at anchor, ready for the next seafaring adventure..
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