Sunseeker International looks set to again be among dominant exhibitors at Boot Dusseldorf after announcing a provisional line-up of nine luxury motor yachts for the 2024 edition, which will be held at Messe Dusseldorf from January 20-28.
Presented with distributor Sunseeker London Group, the British builder’s display at Stand B61 in Hall 6 will include the Europe debut of the Ocean 182, which was showcased in the US in September and October. The 182GT, enclosed-flybridge version of the Ocean 90, the Ocean 182 includes over 2,000sqft of interior space and has a top speed of 27 knots and a range of 1,100nm at 12 knots with twin 1,900hp MAN V12 engines.
Another highlight of the Sunseeker line-up is the Germany premiere of the Predator 75, which was unveiled at the Southampton International Boat Show before making its US bow at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Sunseeker’s impressive display at the world’s biggest indoor boat show also includes the 95 Yacht, 88 Yacht, 76 Yacht, Manhattan 68, Predator 65, Manhattan 55 and Superhawk 55, the latter appearing a year after the model’s memorable world premiere in Hall 6, dedicated to the show’s largest motor yachts.
Andrea Frabetti, Sunseeker’s CEO, said: “In addition to showcasing our stunning line-up of yachts at Boot Dusseldorf, we’re delighted to present the Ocean 182 and Predator 75 to the European market for the first time.
“Our knowledgeable teams and distributors will be on hand to answer questions, discuss customisation options, and guide future Sunseeker owners through the unique features of our yachts. We look forward to welcoming visitors aboard and sharing an exceptional Sunseeker experience.”
A Sanlorenzo SL90A is set to be among the largest yachts at Boot. A year after the Sanlorenzo SD90 was shown at the Dusseldorf show, the SL90A asymmetric model will be displayed by dealer Sanlorenzo UK & Ireland at stand D27 in Hall 6.
The Italy-built superyacht features a saloon with a widebody design on the port side, while the four en-suite cabins include a main-deck owner’s suite with direct access to the foredeck lounge, which acts as a private owner’s area. With twin 2,000hp MAN diesel engines, the yacht has a top speed of 29 knots, a cruising speed of 25 knots and a cruising range of 1,100nm at 10 knots.
This article was first published on yachtstyle.co
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