08 August 2019
Sunseeker International has released details of an exciting new model, the Predator 60 EVO. Set to make its world premiere at this year’s Southampton International Boat Show, the latest exterior and interior design of the new Predator was conceived by Sunseeker’s Design & Technology Centre.
Sporty and sleek, the Predator 60 EVO is the first model of Sunseeker’s major new product development plan.
The superstructure features Sunseeker’s characteristic design and includes a new window line and powered carbon fibre hardtop with glazed panels, both helping to flood the interior with natural light. The hull retains its iconic glazing design and is now embellished with polished stainless-steel detailing. Customers can even opt from a choice of bespoke paint finishes.
Central to its appeal, the cleverly engineered cockpit door mechanism allows it to open conventionally but also lower itself into the sole of the yacht, connecting the outdoor and indoor living spaces seamlessly.
The model also features new interior styling, furnishings, textures and materials.
The beautifully proportioned and ergonomically designed helm console is part of a wider focus on technology that Sunseeker will be rolling out across all its new models. The latest Simrad touch screen display enhances the customer experience with a simplified and intuitive user interface allowing integrated control of all essential systems.
Featuring six berths in three cabins, below deck replicates the sophisticated furnishings and flawless design on the main deck.
The full-beam master stateroom, which is located amidship with ensuite, has been finished in a contemporary style with a key focus on textures, fabrics and light.
In addition, a fully appointed single berth crew cabin, together with a tender garage as standard allows a Williams 325 Jet RIB to be carried and launched via the hydraulic bathing platform.
the Predator 60 EVO will be available with a range of engine and drive systems including the all new Volvo Penta D13-1000 engines on shafts capable of speeds of up to 34 knots.