The Sunseeker Predator 64 is a 66-foot high-performance motor yacht that was produced by UK-based yacht-building giant Sunseeker between 2009 and 2012. This sporty model boasts an aggressive profile with a sharp bow-entry and an aerodynamic super-structure that truly lives up to its moniker, and its powerful engines and seafaring hull will eat up the waves like a ravenous shark. Yet this is a different, friendlier beast when aboard, and is bound to impress even the most hard-to-please yacht enthusiast with its cool and contemporary interiors, beach club-style aft lounge and sedate lower-deck sleeping quarters. Contact us today to learn more about how the SI Yachts team can help you find the perfect pre-owned Sunseeker Yacht for sale.
|Fuel Capacity||793 gallons|
There are two sunpads at either end of the Sunseeker Predator 64, with marina-facing views available from the foredeck sunpad and a chance to observe this yacht’s clean wake from the elevated transom sunbed. Underneath this rear sunpad you will also discover a large transom garage capable of hosting a Williams jet tender, while a full-beam swimming platform at the stern doubles as a hydraulic tender lift. Side steps lead up to the partially sheltered, teak-lined aft-cockpit that acts as the spacious entertaining hub of this vessel. You will discover a transom sofa up here, surrounding an extending dining table, along with a loveseat and a wet-bar console with an icemaker, a water purifier and an electric grill.
Rear sliding glass doors fully retract to open up the main deck salon to the elements, and this elegant cherry or walnut-lined space features a huge L-shaped leather sofa, a side sofa, timber-lined cabinets, widescreen windows and recessed lighting. A step up takes you to the helm station, where an electronic mullioned sunroof sits directly above three leather-lined helm seats. The modern dashboard boasts Raymarine electronics, Sleipner bow and stern thruster controls, VHF radio and power-assisted steering for confident piloting whatever the conditions.
The lower deck galley benefits from open staircase access that fills this space with natural light, and granite work surfaces, a Sharp oven, a Miele fridge-freezer, a dishwasher and a three-zone hob provide all you need to rustle up gourmet dinners. There is space down here for up to 6 overnight guests across an en-suite twin cabin, an en-suite master stateroom by the bow and a full-beam owner’s stateroom with trapezoid windows, a king-sized bed, a work desk, a side sofa, bedside cabinets, hanging closets and a bathroom with granite surfaces, panoramic mirroring and a waterfall shower.
You can expect top speeds of 34 knots when pushing the Sunseeker Predator 64 to its limits, and consistent cruising of around 29 knots, thanks to a pair of MTU or MAN V8 1200MHP diesel inboard engines. A deep-V fiberglass hull inspired by racing yachts ensures that this vessel remains balanced and agile even at speed, while optional Humphree stabilizers eliminate most roll while at anchor.