|Length: 65' 11"|
|Beam: 16' 3"|
|Draft: 4' 10"|
Sunseekers are boats with a very specific purpose in mind and it has very little to do with traditional yachting. You won’t find them on the moorings in front of the New York Yacht Club in Newport, but you will find them at the Rio Yacht Club and at the Club de Yates in Acapulco. After all, they are seeking the sun.
We like to spend the maximum amount of time outside on boats, so we ware pleased to see that the cockpit got its fair share of that room. We also liked the recognition that Australians nowadays mostly have a love-hate relationship with the sun. While there are European-style sun-lover's beds on board for the loving bit, the hate is catered for by an electrically deployed canopy over the cockpit.
This boat has more options for active boating than the typical European offering, and that has a lot to do with the big cockpit and the equally generous swim platform. Diving, and quite serious fishing are certainly possible, as is the gracious living that Sunseeker is famous for.