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SUNSEEKER ANNOUNCES LINE-UP FOR SALONE NAUTICO VENEZIA 2023
As one of the most prestigious boat shows in Italy, the event will showcase the latest Sunseeker yachts. The Superhawk 55 will debut at the show, experiencing the second part of a European tour. Alongside the Superhawk, two yachts from the most enduringly popular Sunseeker Manhattan range will be available to view in both 55 and 68 feet variants.
The Venice Boat Show will take place at the Arsenale, a historic complex of shipyards and warehouses that once served as the heart of Venice's naval power. The Arsenale is a fitting venue for the boat show, as it has been an important center of maritime activity for centuries.
Andrea Frabetti, Chief Executive Officer at Sunseeker International, commented:
“We are excited to exhibit for a second year at Salone Nautico Venezia. This important show will become a stage for us to present the Superhawk 55 in Northern Italy and the Adriatic. We anticipate a lot of excitement around this model in particular, which will look fantastic against the Arsenale of Venezia’s dramatic facade. All three yachts on display will showcase the beautiful finish and exceptional quality found in a Sunseeker, a true representation of our passion as the leading luxury performance motor yacht brand.”
Christopher Head, Sunseeker London Group Director, added:
“Sunseeker Italy is thrilled to exhibit at Venice Boat Show, a unique show set in the beautiful floating city. We look forward to welcoming visitors to the Sunseeker stand, where a trio of yachts will represent the beautiful range of yachts available in the Group.”
Visitors to the Salone Nautico Venezia will find Sunseeker Italy at the Arsenale of Venezia, Riviera Quay in front of Tesa 106.
The all-new Sunseeker Superhawk 55 is a striking motor yacht in the Sunseeker Performance range. Powered by twin Volvo Penta D11 - IPS 950 engines matched with a hull form specifically designed for the IPS propulsion system, the Superhawk 55 is capable of a thrilling performance with unparalleled agility.
Remarkable exterior lines and intelligent design cues are evident in this exciting new yacht. A sculptured full-beam aft cockpit makes full use of the yacht's incredible width, benefitting from generous configurable seating and concealed appliances integrated into the feature wet bar and optional rise and fall TV. Helming takes place from the centre-line triple helm amidships. Complete with dual glassbridge display screens, charging pads and chrome multi-purpose dials, the console is well-equipped for all helming requirements.
Exemplifying the latest in Sunseeker’s exceptional design capabilities, the Manhattan 55 has been meticulously designed to enhance comfort and cruising whilst providing owners with a vast array of social spaces – usually only seen in larger yachts. The exterior styling incorporates extensive curved glass and stainless-steel detailing to emphasise its prowess. With the option to add bar stools, the galley appears to extend onto the main deck, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. The Manhattan 55 has a considered interior designed to provide owners with unparalleled flexibility.
The stunning Manhattan 68 promises to be one of the most class-leading yachts at the show. Building on the exceptional family of award-winning Manhattan models, this addition to the range has been designed to offer exceptional levels of comfort and luxury with incredible detailing.
She enjoys an expansive cockpit, main saloon area with sumptuous lounge seating and a fully-equipped aft galley. The innovative and meticulous design of the main deck makes this the perfect boat for welcoming guests; with a strong focus on ambient lighting and interior detailing. From the generous saloon and upper aft galley, through to elevated companion seating at the helm, this exceptional layout allows the owner and guests to move effortlessly between spaces. Interestingly, where a lower galley is specified, the space can be utilised as an additional saloon ‘snug’ or feature bar, seamlessly integrating with the main living space.