DESCRIPTION & DETAILS
Alexander Marine Australia are pleased to present this 2002 Sunseeker 64 Manhattan 'Just for fun' to the market as central agents.
The Sunseeker Manhattan 64 offers all the style and luxury with generous and comfortable accommodation. Powered by twin 800hp 3406 Caterpillar diesels, this 30,000kg vessel has the grunt to mix it with the best of them. The secret behind her excellent performance lies in her hull design. A sharp bow entry allows her to slice through chop and swell effortlessly, while her wide down-turned and aggressive chines provide lateral stability and trap air between their outer edges and the keel, this gives the hull a cushion of air to ride on, increasing smoothness delivering an impressive top speed of 32 knots.
Her twin bronze propellers are positioned in mini tunnels, which give them a better 'bite' on clean water for tighter, cavitation-free turns. Their positioning also reduces the driveshaft angle, which in turn reduces her overall draft (1.44m).
Step through the large sliding glass door into the saloon and you enter a world of opulence and luxury. The deep-pile beige carpet is soft underfoot and blends perfectly with the light cherrywood panelling and joinery and soft leather lounges. This boat features a fully functional aft galley with a small servery that doesn't encroach into the split-level saloon, adjacent is a large comfortable L-shaped lounge. A beautiful wooden dining table is a center point of the upper level surrounded by a plush lounge. There is another large lounge on the port side and an internal staircase leading to the flybridge.
All-round visibility from the lower helm station is extremely good, she features a fully adjustable aircraft-style pilot's seat, full instrumentation, and a side door which offers ventilation and visibility whilst docking from the lower helm.
The raised saloon floor gives the amidships owner's stateroom excellent head height. It has a large en-suite, complete with a walk-in wardrobe, comfortable sofa seating, and a dressing table with quality audio-visual equipment.
There is a further double en-suite stateroom forward and a twin-bunk guest cabin, also with an en-suite. The level of luxury in these cabins equals that of the saloon all of the fixtures and fittings used throughout this vessel are top class. The staterooms have opening portholes, creating cross-flow ventilation so even without the air-con running it won't become too stuffy below deck.
The flybridge adds another story to this vessel. Fire up the barbie, grab a cold drink from the fridge and watch the sun go down as you cook up a feast. Your guests will be there with you, seated around the massive U-shaped lounge that dominates the aft area of the flybridge.
There's a large double sun pad to the left of the helm and another out on the bow, for those wishing to work on their tans. Access from the aft cockpit to the bow are wide and well protected by the high bow rail strategically placed grab rail also aid the journey.
Back in the cockpit it's massive and offers the alfresco lifestyle you'd expect from a vessel of this class. Beneath her teak sole is the two-berth crew's cabin. It features its own shower and toilet and would be a great place for the kids (just like their own cubby-house).
The swim platform is extremely wide and will hold a 3m tender or Jet Ski (included).
Disclaimer: All specifications in this presentation are provided for information only and particulars herein are obtained from sources believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves with respect to accuracy.