Built by Sunseeker UK, the renowned Predator Series and similar ‘Sport Yacht’ models remain the top sellers for Sunseeker. The brand’s enormous global strength can be greatly attributed to constantly setting new standards and exceeding what came before and the brand holds strong throughout the World
The Predator Range has been described as an instant head turner on the water. These yachts are uniquely styled and thoughtfully hand crafted.
A yacht of this build and calibre has a lot to offer including:
• Ample and spacious flybridge deck boasting jacuzzi and comfortable open plan salon with dining area • Master cabin is king size with ensuite and walk in wardrobes • Multiple guest cabins, all ensuite • Sun lounging area on the bow and entertaining area aft • Twin 2640hp MTU’s for performance and cruising options • Dedicated garage for tender and toys, opening to the hydraulically assisted swim platform • This yacht is the ideal choice for South East Asia waters
Built in 2011 and delivered to her Hong Kong owner (original and current owner), this yacht is cared for by a full time Captain and crew. Manhattan Express II is capable of of a top speed of 25 knots and cruising speed of 20 knots. At 10-12 knots cruising speed she is capable of a range of 1250nm making her an ideal yacht for day and extended cruising.
This is the ideal yacht for exploring Asian waters in comfort.
A viewing is highly recommended.
The 5 cabin layout with hugely spacious flybridge boasting full bar area and self contained Jacuzzi is what makes this yacht standout from the rest.
Due to Sunseeker's generous provision of such a wide beam, this yacht feels much bigger than her given 115ft.
One thing that resounded when the yacht was first introduced to the market was that it is built for owner comfort. For example, looking at the lines of the yacht, the high freeboard at the bow combines with a big rise in the sheerline that's been extended all the way aft. This created a huge amount of space that is given over to an enormous forward master stateroom than is generally found only on a yacht 15 to 20ft longer.
Stepping into the main salon, thanks to the arrangement of furniture, it is a very clear distinct social area from the aft deck. A sofa arrangement with coffee table greets guests whilst moving forward, a console area with retractable TV divides the saloon from the dining area. The dining table is configured to seat 10 guests. With the offer of large windows in the salon area and the dining area is capped by a mirrored wall a huge feeling of space is created.
The galley lies forward of the dining area and offers ample opportunity for crew to provide meals direct from a big and well-equipped kitchen. Next to the galley is the main entrance to the crew quarters below and forward on the lower deck. Access to the wheelhouse if found here which makes the separation of crew from guests both simple and effective
Leading forward from the main saloon down a hallway is a guest day head and finally the reason why the Predator's are known as 'owner's yachts' - you find the full beam owner's suite. This area is so brightly lit and roomy thanks to the big windows created by that high sheerline. The master has a walk in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom with spa bath tub and freestanding rain shower.
The hallway connecting the saloon with master cabin reveals the central staircase leading downstairs to the guest cabins and upstairs to the wheelhouse with a further door to the flybridge.
Leading downstairs is the fantastic layout of the guest cabins. You arrive at a small lobby and there is a well divided area of up to four cabins, which are two double and two twin cabins.
The double cabins lie amidships and are arranged in a diagonal fashion to create plenty of space around the bed. The forward twin cabins run fore and aft. All boast ensuite bathrooms.
Up the stairs to the flybridge and this is where the space on this yacht allows her to excel. The flybridge can only be described as huge, thanks to the yachts beaminess. The helm station on the flybridge remains separate to that of the wheel house allowing there to be a second steering area.
The wet bar is extensive with a grill service station on the portside and set against a huge settee that can seat large parties.
Aft there is a centrally-aligned Jacuzzi with glass side facing forward and the area is surrounded by sun pads.
The majority of the flybridge area can be covered or exposed, by a remote controlled hydraulic sunroof.
Oak wood and satin finish
Oyster leather upholstery
Aft sliding doors
Entertainment system - Bose 38
Air-conditioning - reverse cycle
Additional aft starboard side bar included
Salon TV upgrade to 50 inch display
Dining table seats 10
Queen size bed with ensuite
Walk in wardrobe
40 inch flatscreen
Bose 28 entertainment system
Two double cabins ensuite with walk in wardrobes
Two twin cabins ensuite with walk in wardrobes
Dedicated crew mess with table and seating and cooking facilities
Captains cabin ensuite
2 crew cabins with twin bunks ensuite
Ceramic electric five zone hob
Full height fridge & freezer
Additional wine fridge
Pilot seat with electric movement control
Main engines electronic controls
Analogue engine instrumentation
Monitoring of boat system via MPA system
Trim tab control
Bow thruster control
Radar, chartplotter and GPS fed to 2x PC displays
VHF with DSC
Depth & speed monitoring via central navigation display
Hydrive steering controls
Hydrive rudder angle indicator
ABT Trac digital stabilisers
HR 1012 searchlight control
Data points x3
Air conditioning outlets
Chart table with storage and chart light
Sofa seating area with table
Two points of access from wheelhouse and aft cockpit
GRP radar arch superstructure with down-lighting
Low level lighting around bar and seating area
3 pairs of marine speakers connected to saloon Bose system with remote control
Dining table, seating, wet bar unit with fixed bar stools
Electric ceramic griddle
Uplighting in wet bar area
Flybridge Helm station:
Individual & manually adjustable pilot &co-pilot seats
GRP console with dashboard panels
Electronic controls for main engines
Analogue engine instrumentation
Bow thruster control
Depth & speed display
Rudder angle indicator
Radar, chartplotter and GPS fed x2 x PC repeater displays
VHF with DSC
2 x anchor windlass with hand control
2 x anchors with galvanised chain
Anchor and chain washdown area
Fresh water deck wash
Teak laid side decks and foredeck
Sunpad on foredeck
Dedicated seating area with table
Marine speaker next to sunpad connected to Salon Bose system with remote control
Remote control spotlight
Twin horns located forward
Seating area with dining table
Teak stair treads to flybridge
Teak laid cockpit floor
Teak laid hydraulic bathing platform
Two pairs of marine speakers connected to Salon Bose system with remote control
Hydraulic retractable gangway
Stern garage door with storage for tender and two jet skis
Hot/cold shower system
Full set of boat covers including:
Instrument panel covers,
Bar & table covers
Sunpad area covers
1 x Williams 505D Jet tender
The Predator 115 is built to RINA classification and provides for a guest party of up to 10 in five cabins, with a crew of five. For the owner moving up through the range this Predator has a raised wheelhouse and full flybridge and so presents even greater entertainment opportunity, whether in party mode or full bore passage making.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.