The Sunseeker Predator 65 is a 67-foot coupe-style sports cruiser that was launched by the iconic British yacht-building firm Sunseeker in 2022. The successor vessel to the popular Predator 64, this sporty yacht boasts sporty speed, serious style and sun-kissed al-fresco deck spaces for the ultimate seafaring experience. True to its name, the Predator 65 features a sharp and aggressive profile with an assertive bow-entry, aerodynamic curves in carbon-fiber and hull glazing with shark’s teeth inserts. The Predator 65 isn’t just about soaking up the sun or high-octane performance, however, as it also features plenty of plush and comfortable lower-deck room for multi-day island-hopping trips with family and friends.
|Fuel Capacity||924 gallons|
A contemporary foredeck boasts a low-slung forward-facing sofa for up to four guests as well as a double-width sunpad for hours of unbroken sunshine and relaxation. Broad side-decks lead back to a teak-lined aft-deck with a wet-bar console and a transom sofa with a timber-lined dining table, as well as a connecting sunpad that hovers above the stern for elevated views. Side steps lead down to a full-beam hydraulic bathing platform as well as access to a transom garage with a rail system and enough space for a William 345 jet-tender and a couple of Seabobs. Don’t need a tender? Then reconfigure the garage space as a water-level beach club with bar facilities for mixed drinks with the water lapping at your ankles.
The cockpit remains open to aft for an elemental connection with the marine air, while cresting wave side windows, a wrap-around single-pane windshield and a vast retractable sunroof with six mullioned panes ensure 360-degrees of views or unrivalled natural light. Exquisite interiors across the yacht present the very latest in chic European design and the salon is no different, boasting dark exotic hardwood surfaces, smoked eucalyptus veneers, earth grey oak flooring, marbled paneling, steel fixtures and refined upholstery. To aft there is a walk-in galley with a multi-zone hob, an oven, a hidden sink, plenty of refrigeration and two marble-clad serving bars, one facing the salon and another that connects directly to the aft-deck thanks to a slide-open window. Further forward there is a love-seat and a U-shaped sofa in your choice of hand-stitched bespoke materials, as well as an extending metallic coffee table. A pair of leather-lined piloting seats to starboard face an innovative helm station with twin Garmin touch-screen tablets, Volvo Glass-Cockpit tech, trim-assist, digital tachometers, power-steering, Penta joystick handling, Sleipner thruster controls and a high-speed compass.
Down on the lower-deck there are a trio of spacious en-suite staterooms for up to six overnight guests, with rooms down here boasting timber-lined lockers, dynamic hull glazing and enclosed shower stalls in the bathrooms. The pick of the bunch on this level is the full-beam owner’s stateroom amidship with a king-sized bed, a side sofa, cabinet space, upholstered wall panels and a foyer office. There’s also a separate day-head down here as well as a private crew quarters for one accessed via a transom door.
Powered by twin 1000HP Volvo Penta IPS1350 pod-drive engines, you can anticipate top speeds of around 35 knots, while at a 20 knot cruising pace you can enjoy driving this category-A class hull for up to 280 nautical miles before refueling.