The Sunseeker Manhattan 73 is a 74-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that was produced by British boat-building firm Sunseeker between 2011 and 2014. A still popular option on the used and charter markets, this yacht impresses with an aerodynamic profile, superb seafaring credentials and a full-beam flybridge that stretches all the way to aft for masses of outdoor space. The SI Yachts team would be happy to assist you in finding the perfect Sunseeker Yacht for sale that matches your budget and needs.
Washed teak floorboards, a carbon fibre radar arch and rear tender storage with a hydraulic crane are among the high-class specifications on the spacious flybridge, though it is the port-side seating area that will impress most guests at first glance. A pair of adjoining U-shaped leather sofas, one surrounding a dining table, are joined by a forward sunpad for up to three sunbathers, turning this entire side of the bridge into a sprawling party space. To starboard there is a walk-in wet-bar with granite or marble-effect work surfaces, an icemaker, a Marine Electric BBQ grill, a sink and plenty of chilled storage, as well as the upper helm station.
There are three more seating options out on the foredeck, and whether you choose to relax on the Portuguese Bridge-style sofa, the three-panel sunpad or the forward loveseat you are sure to enjoy hours of sun-kissed, marina-facing comfort. At the stern there is a sheltered aft-cockpit with a transom sofa and side steps down to a full-beam, timber-clad bathing platform that can be raised or lowered into the water.
Sliding glass doors frame the entry into a sedate main deck salon that has been crafted in collaboration with Italian design house Armani Casa, where Amtico flooring, cherry or American walnut-lined cabinets, a pair of lavish sofas and dramatic shark-fin windows help to create a sophisticated ambiance. Moving forward you will discover an eight-seater dining table across from a semi-enclosed galley with speckled granite counters, a U-line wine cooler, a full-height American-style fridge-freezer with a water purifier, a Bosch convection oven and a four-zone electric hob. There is a frosted glass partition wall separating the wheelhouse from the rest of the cockpit for focused and private piloting, and this room comes with a side sofa, a pair of leather helm seats and a dashboard boasting Raymarine electronics, Side Power thruster controls, a ZF JMS joystick, power-assisted steering and a VHF radio system.
There are four en-suite bedrooms on the lower deck, including a twin and two double rooms with porthole windows, plush carpeting and hanging lockers, though the most impressive cabin down here is the full-beam owner’s stateroom. You are greeted by a king-sized bed, an L-shaped sofa, a work desk and trapezoidal hull windows when entering this secluded retreat, while walk-in closets and a granite lined bathroom with a waterfall shower offer a home-from-home level of amenity.
A Don Shead-designed deep-V hull slips through the waves with ease, while a pair of 1550MHP MAN V12 shaft-drive diesel engines offer maximum speeds of 34 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. The Sunseeker Manhattan 73 can also be equipped with a set of a Sleipner stabilizers for reduced roll while stationary.