Making her Australian debut, Sunseeker’s 66 Manhattan caught a lot of attention at the Sydney International Boat Show. OceanTV caught up with Brad Rodgers from Sunseeker to chat about the 66 Manhattan at the show.
This innovative new model is designed to maximise space and entertainment options. Its deep V hull offers signature Sunseeker performance and impeccable seakeeping, whilst the impressive layout provides ample space on board to rival much larger yachts.
Throughout the main deck, there is a strong focus on creating generous, useable open-plan, sociable spaces. Her exterior lines flow effortlessly from the bow seating and sunbathing areas to the expansive cockpit adjoining the well-equipped aft galley and saloon on the main deck.
The newly configured flybridge also creates the feeling that you are on board a much larger craft with extensive seating throughout. Clever design continues through to the wide hydraulic bathing platform and transom beach club.
The optional twin-berth crew cabin has separate access through the transom and enjoys a dedicated wet room and ample stowage. Thanks to the galley being situated on the main deck, there is room enough for four very spacious cabins below including two large twin cabins, a forward VIP suite and standout full-beam master suite with its own private stairway access from the saloon; a first for Sunseeker in this size range.