The 10 Finest Sunseeker Yachts of All Time


Sunseeker is one of the most renowned yacht brands in the world, and the company’s image is one of cool sophistication, luxury, and incomparable style. Of course, given that Sunseeker’s yachts have been featured prominently in James Bond films, it’s no wonder that so many are interested in the British company’s offerings. Not only do the vessels designed by Sunseeker look fantastic, they’re superbly engineered and beautifully combine form and function.

Here are our picks for ten of the finest Sunseeker yachts of all time.

1. Sunseeker Superhawk 34 – $750,000


The Superhawk 34 is a 37 foot sports boat with great performance and speed. It has a very sleek profile and a decent amount of interior space. This yacht reaches a top speed of 45 knots, has a cruising speed of 25 knots, and the vessel is powered by twin 260hp engines. Inside as a smartly designed interior that contains one double berth cabin.

2. Sunseeker Portofino 48 – $1.28 million


Sunseeker’s Portofino 48 is a luxury sport cruiser with an excellent host of amenities. It’s the successor to the Portofino 47 and is slightly longer. On the starboard side of the yacht is an area with a wet bar, lounging space, plenty of room for at least a dozen guests to mix and mingle, and an al fresco deck. The VIP cabin is especially well-designed and features a double bed that can be easily converted into two single beds. Portofino 48 can reach a top speed of 45 knots and has a cruising speed of 25 knots.

3. Sunseeker San Remo –  $1.5 million


One of the most highly acclaimed sport cruisers to debut in recent years is the San Remo. This lightweight yacht was meticulously designed to be stylish, spacious, and well-engineered. Its design earned Sunseeker an award in 2014, and the San Remo with deemed to be the best sport cruiser over 40 feet feet by Motor Boat Awards. Not only does this yacht look great, it handles excellently. Powerful twin engines allow it to reach a maximum speed of 30 knots and a cruising speed of 26 knots. Onboard is a luxurious saloon and well-appointed cabins that are the epitome of relaxing, comfortable, and impressive. The San Remo also two large sunpads and a bathing platform.

4. Sunseeker Camargue 50 – $1.65 million


This is gorgeous vessel integrates advanced technology and modern style. It has a fiberglass hull, upgraded engine, and a teak wood cockpit with excellent controls that make maneuvering the water easier. Audio and entertainment systems along with air conditioning make satisfying passengers onboard the Camargue 50 a breeze. It also has storage lockers on deck, spacious guest cabins, and a lounge area complete with a flat screen television.

5. Sunseeker Manhattan 48 – $1.25 million


The Manhattan 48 is one of Sunseeker’s most well-known models.The motor yacht is capable of reaching a top speed of 34 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. It’s two engines provide a total of 900 hp, and a streamlined profile help ensure superb performance. The Manhattan 48 has a cruising range of 300 nautical miles along with plenty of space onboard to accommodate guests. Inside is a fully equipped galley, a saloon with a dining area, television, and stereo system. It’s fly bridge can host six people, and the upper deck has room for sunbathing and lounging. The furnishings and finishes in the yacht give it a very upscale and lavish appearance, making this yacht as good looking inside as it does outside.

6. Sunseeker Predator 60 –  $1.2 million


True to its name, the Predator 60 is a agile vessel that provides a smooth and speedy ride. The exterior of the yacht sports an impressive and almost menacing profile, and inside is a host of technology and high-level engineering that make it a serious performer. The Predator 60 has an interior that’s refined and modern, and the expert craftsmanship that went into creating this boat can be seen in every detail. Its layout was very thoughtfully designed and the large main deck has space for dining and entertaining, plus there’s room onboard to stash water toys.

7. Sunseeker Renegade 60 –  $2 million


Sunseeker’s Renegade 60 yacht makes cruising along the water as pleasurable as it can possibly be. The speedy boat is a lightweight, thanks to it’s fiberglass hull. The yacht’s maximum top speed is 47 knots, and its cruising speed ranges between 33 and 36 knots. Renegade 60 has a number of features that make it comfortable including air conditioning, a kitchen area, and several entertainment systems. Its three cabins provide room to accommodate up to seven guests in style.

8. Sunseeker 115 Sport Yacht – $8 million


The Sunseeker 115 Sport Yacht is sharp yet elegant and sophisticated in its design. The yacht has a wide range of engine options available that can give it a maximum speed of up to 26 knots. This vessel’s range is 1250 nautical miles, and it was built to be a flawless and powerful performer. The main deck contains a full beam master suite, and below the deck are four luxurious guest cabins. A foredeck complete with sun pads, a wet bar, and seating areas ensures a fabulous cruising experience.

9. Sunseeker 155 Yacht – $26 million


The largest and most technologically advanced yacht that Sunseeker has ever produced is the 155. It’s 155 feet long, has a range of up to 4000 nautical miles, and can reach top speeds of 22 knots. The stately vessel accommodate up to 12 guests and 10 crew members onboard, making it perfect for entertaining and cruising.

10. Sunseeker 105 Yacht –  $5 million


The exterior of this yacht boasts the clean lines that Sunseeker is known for, and the interior looks like the inside of a resort rather than a boat. From the plush seating areas to the relaxing jacuzzi, this grand and opulent yacht seemingly has it all. The 105 foot vessel hosts up to ten passengers and a crew of five.

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