Alexander Marine are pleased to have SOLD the Sunseeker motor yacht 'Vegas'.
Superyacht 'Vegas' was ideally suited for large families or those looking to entertain in style. Each deck had ample space and volume ideal for entertaining large numbers, allowing guests to easily gather while aboard. In addition private retreats could be found throughout the yacht for those in search of tranquillity. Her layout and amenities also made her ideal for an owner interested in a yacht with serious charter potential.
She was currently pending AMSA accreditation (Class 2C-12 + crew and 1D-70 + crew) for charter operations. As per her namesake iconic entertainment destination, this massive volume motor yacht was the perfect platform for entertainment on a grand scale while enjoying the safety and security of remaining right here in beautiful Australia.
Her striking Sunseeker design, and overall volume, made for an eye-catching yacht with proven global appeal. If by day she was a statement, at night she was unmissable, courtesy on her exterior and underwater lighting. Built by the award winning Sunseeker Yachts shipyard in the United Kingdom, this 37m tri-deck motor yacht offered various market leading attributes. Importantly the significant volume of the yacht (comparable to yachts as large as 45m) could be observed in multiple zones throughout the boat including her spacious tender garage (which thanks to her clever garage door design converted to a spacious beach club when the toys are deployed), beamy saloon and formal dining area, spacious on-deck master cabin and ensuite, dedicated captain's cabin immediately behind the wheelhouse, and the massive roof-top entertaining area complete with bar and jacuzzi.
'Vegas' had spent most of her life cruising the east coast of Australia under the ownership of her previous 2nd owner, and had previously ventured out across the pacific cruising Fiji & New Caledonia for one season. Her guest accommodation comprised the previously mentioned spacious full-beam on-deck master cabin, which was complemented by four additional guest cabins on the lower deck. Of those four cabins, two offered double beds while the forward two cabins were each configured with single beds. All four guest cabins were ensuited. The crew area onboard 'Vegas' was forward of the guest accommodation also on the lower deck, and featured three ensuited cabins, laundry room, crew mess & crew dinette - the boat being suitable for a total of seven crew including the captain as and when required. Plus the previously mentioned captain's cabin which was also ensuited.
The galley was spacious and complete with Gaggenau and Miele appliances and large upright stainless-steel commercial refrigeration. The galley was accessed from multiple entries from inside the vessel, and offered quick access out to the port side deck for the delivery of food anywhere external on the yacht. Butlers pantry's were featured adjacent to the galley, and on the bridge deck level for ultimate guest service on every level. Externally the yacht offered the ease of wide teak laid walk around decks, and multiple teak laid external entertaining areas.
As you venture higher onto the bridge deck level and sun deck the views just got more spectacular! The cockpit featured a fire pit around a spacious curved seating area. Up on the bridge deck level guests could enjoy the alfresco exterior dining setting around a large round table. The sun deck then offered a massive open-air entertaining space for sun lounging, a drink at the bar, or a dip in the jacuzzi!! 'Vegas' was powered by twin MTU 2700hp engines, which permitted an impressive sprint speed for such a large vessel approaching 25knots. Twin upgraded 90kw Kohler generators took care of the on-board power requirements when away from the dock. Hydraulic bow and stern thrusters, and wing stations on each side of the pilothouse, were provided for ease of docking. 'Vegas' was ABT-TRAC zero speed stabilized. She carried an impressive 32,600 litres of diesel for extended voyages and cruising. She featured Furuno & Simrad electronics. Satellite communication equipment kept owners and guests entertained and in contact with the outside world- should they choose to do that!
Her garage featured full head room (6'5") making for easy access to her full complement of water toys! As for water toys, 'Vegas' was complete with two supercharged Seadoo Jet skis, Pascoe 210hp Diesel powered superyacht RIB, water ski's, wakeboard, kayaks, paddle board, fishing rods, Scuba tanks including a filling station, and snorkel equipment for 18 guests. Note the garage acted as a beach club when the garage door was fully open to the outside world. This was truly the place to be for all water sport activities.
'Vegas' was charter ready should her new owner wish to pursue commercial activities with the vessel - with Sunseeker's being a very popular charter vessel globally. Alternatively, she will make an extremely comfortable private vessel - your own cruise ship. Consistent with her worldwide appeal and cruising capabilities 'Vegas' was fitted with power conversion equipment and could therefore be or sold or cruised anywhere around the globe. Her passarelle will be of use when mooring in stern-tie marinas abroad. For Australian & New Zealand buyers 'Vegas' represented a unique opportunity to purchase a large volume motor yacht, which was available for immediate delivery, and already configured for local conditions. 'Vegas' was an Australian Registered Ship and tax paid.
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.