But the original question didn't ask us to compare the builders, just two specific boats. Two very different and not at all comparable boats. As to your "same league" comment, perhaps not in the "same sport." Until very recently, Sunseeker was primarily a builder of sports boats from 40 to 80'. Now they offer "superyachts" from 112 to 161'. Sanlorenzo's smallest boat is 76' which is larger than the vast majority of boats ever sold by Sunseeker. Even at 76' they target entirely different customers. Sunseekers 76' Yacht runs up to 32 knots and has very limited range. Sanlorenzo's SX76 only runs 22 knots and has greater range. Their SL 78 with optional engines will run 30 knots. Now go to the larger boats, 130' and up, Sunseeker is offering the boat they've not yet delivered in aluminum. Others are fiberglass. Sanlorenzo is steel and aluminum. Sanlorenzo offers more customization. Then in the 90-120' range, Sanlorenzo has an extensive offering, Sunseeker has one boat. Sunseeker wants to be in larger yachts and in superyachts, but they're just barely there. Sanlorenzo has an extensive offering and experience. Above 100', I'd have to trust Sanlorenzo's quality more, if for no other reason I can see more of it and it has more history. I like Sunseeker but in the 100' plus range, they're still wannabe's. Probably a decent boat, but that's not where their reputation has been built. I can't compare their main line of boats to Sanlorenzo because you're not going to build a 65' boat to the same level you do a 120' boat. If you did, you'd be completely out of your customer's price range. Up to 95', I'd have no hesitation with Sunseeker. At 116' and 131', they have some features that are really nice but I'd go to someone more proven in that range. Comparing builders overall is futile because their offerings and their customers are not anything alike. I look at other builders moving up in size. A Riva 161', a Pershing 140' and 170', there is absolutely nothing Riva or Pershing about either one. They're just carrying the nameplate. That's how I feel about the largest Sunseekers. Sanlorenzo is in that business as are many other European builders. Now, in their own sports, I'd say of builders building from 40-95', Sunseeker is average to slightly above. I'd say of builders building from 76' to 211' Sanlorenzo is average to slightly above.