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Sunseeker's New 34-meter Yacht...

Discussion in 'Sunseeker Yacht' started by Yacht News, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. Yacht News

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    Sunseeker yachts have enjoyed a wonderful year. This can be measured by the number of yachts launched and delivered to the owners on time and successfully. With the launch and deliveries of the 37M Snapper and the 37M M4, these yachts alone are a success story. Off course they have delivered other smaller yachts for the year but it is the 34M Sunseeker that is to be the highlight.

    The Sunseeker 34M will premier at the upcoming London Boat Show. The LBS will take place early 2008 from the 11th to the 20th. The 112.20 foot long yacht will feature three decks, a lower, main and upper fly bridge deck. Starting below, the lower deck hides the two VIP-type suites. These suites are generously proportioned and feature the latest in entertainment systems. Each suite has ensuite bathrooms with all the modern amenities. There are also two guest rooms on the lower deck as well. These rooms offer similar entertainment and ensuite bath and toilet facilities.

    However, it is on the main deck where the bigger and more impressive accommodation is located. The master suite is located to the fore of the main deck and features a wealth of amenities for a number of possibilities. The master is large and spacious and because it is located to the front of the main deck, the windows provide a near 180 degree view of the outside world.

    The master possesses different levels that keep the owner or lucky guest interested in the space. From a walk in closet on one level to a secluded toilet area descending to double sinks and shower region, the master room keeps you interested. Aft of the master is the large saloon region with an abundance of seating and entertainment area. There is also a dining area just forward of the saloon on the main deck. One can move one more level up to the fly bridge, the highest deck on this triple decker.

    The Fly bridge deck is open to the elements. Suntan, enjoy the breeze as it hits you at 25 knots or shade under optional hardtop. There is a wealth of seating as well. This is in the form of a "C" shaped outdoor settee. Across from the main seating there is "L" shaped seating. There is a small bar off to the starboard side and centrally placed Jacuzzi. On the portside of this jacuzzi, there are sunpads. Sunpads can be located to the fore of the master suite, just before the anchor equipment.
    Performance wise, powerful diesels will push the 34M yacht along at 25 knots or above. A total expected output from these engines is 4,800 HP.

    For more on this vessel, keep posted to the Sunseeker website at:

    http://www.sunseeker.com/


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    The above Sunseeker 34M has been launched and being readied in final preparations for the upcoming London Boat Show (LBS), starting on the 11th of January.
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    Apparently the name of the first Sunseeker 34M is the La Volpe.
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    La Volpe

    It is indeed 'la volpe' and I was lucky enough to have a good look around her last Sunday. She has some elegant lines especially with the dark Hull, however the interior may not be to everyones taste (specified by owner, not Sunseeker I believe....dont wish to offend anyone!)
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    The hull of The Fox / Vixen / Wolf was bianco...are you mixing her up with the dark hulled 37m Yacht that was alongside ?

    :) We are all friends (with individual and widely varied tastes) here.
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    whoops

    Sorry, I just realised what I wrote was misleading, I meant that she would look especially elegant with a dark hull (like the 37m alongside) :eek:
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    Well, in that case I totally agree:)
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    Somebody on the inside at Sunseeker likes us! Here's the first shots of the new 34-meter... :)

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  9. Renderholic

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    mmm... not a bad looking yacht! Although I think she's crying out for a fender above the portholes, just to give a bit of styling relief.
  10. arthur

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    that is good yacht!but only pic but no Specifications of Sunseeker's Cruise Speed and Range!
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  12. YachtForums

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    Dear Ben,

    You're a first time poster, which gives you no credibility. You just took several swings at Sunseeker without a shred of evidence to substantiate your slander. If you have specific details, then supply photos or copies of written complaints in your post. Short of that, your post will be removed.
  13. Ken Bracewell

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    Perhaps you should remove K1W1's post with my quote too.
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    Yep, my bad. I was hurrying to get it done before I left for an appointment and missed K1W1's.
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    Can anyone advise me of the GRT of this 34m relative to crew certification requirements? (Master 200t or 500t?)

    Thanks in advance
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