Thanks to their iconic styling and unmistakable design, it’s possible to recognize a Sunseeker at a glance. Much of this impact comes from the hull, which is very deep, smooth (not even a rubrail) and beautifully proportioned. The raking bow, adorned by the stainless steel anchors, speaks of performance. The oval windows and portholes seem to disappear within the navy blue section of the hull and all you see are majestic flowing lines of what indeed proves to be a sea kindly hull.
The superstructure matches the hull precisely, and is a departure from the past. Gone is the crescendo of curves that used to identify the Sunseeker motoryacht. This has been replaced with a stunning pilothouse that flows in one sharp curve, up and over, its mirror windows echoing the shape. The sharpness about the design is quite attractive at first glance, and stands up to closer inspection. Step on board and you are greeted by teak decks. (The teak carries on into the large saloon, where it is used decoratively.) The swim platform is huge, because it has to provide a cover for the Arneson drives underneath. There is a garage in the stern, designed for a Jet Ski.View Photos
The scale of this yacht again becomes apparent in the cockpit where there is space for a bar counter, a teak dining table, a settee and a small sun bed. Most yachts have just one of these, but on the 108 the cockpit is the primary outside area; a roller blind extending out from the aft end of the superstructure provides sun protection. Another social area is on the foredeck, this one dedicated more to sun worship: Sun beds surround a hot tub to create the fun area of this yacht.
Casino Royale Valletta - The Sunseeker Predator 108
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