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|Hull Shape||Deep Vee|
Guaranteed not to disappoint, Sunseeker crushed it when they debuted this 37’ Sportfish in 2004. A very rare sportfish that belongs in a Bond film with her aggressive sheer,swept back windscreen, wedge shaped foredeck and enclosed cockpit lounge. She stops traffic wherever she pulls into dock.
The materials, fit and finish place her well above the norm in her class. LIDO has gone through an extensive upgrade over the past couple years, all upholstery above and below decks, lighting, canvas, electronics, entertainment systems, and decking.
An exceptionally rare vessel that truly excels at either cruising or fishing given her 11’7” beam. Unfortunately, health is forcing this transition out of boating, right at the point of getting this vessel upgraded.
The hull is hand laid solid fiberglass laminate composed of stitched multi-directional reinforcement and
mat. Longitudinal stringers are supported by traverse bulkheads and floors. Her topsides are cored with
end-grain balsa from the waterline up. Hull and deck are bonded with fiberglass and mechanically
fastened. She has twin steps for added lift and reduced drag and spray underway. Topside on the
foredeck there is a sunlounge that reclines, that’s something you don’t see on a hard-core fishing boat.
The integral bow pulpit is fitted with an anchor roller and a windlass in a hidden covered deck recess.
The first take is the position of the center console which is aft of the L shape lounge. This layout provides an advantageous point both aft and elevated for fishing, all the while completely complimenting cruising with family and friends while you’re at the helm navigating. There are 4 Large Multi-function Displays visible, 2 in the upper
electronics box and 2 at the main helm. These can be configured to show Radar, AIS, Chartplotter/GPS and Fishfinder/ Depth Sounder and much more information.
The hardtop above is second to none, you won’t find a vessel that incorporates all of the aspects of antennas and rod storage, music and lighting and securing the deck with high quality canvas and Strataglass window vinyl; a true feel of a center console without the wind and spray. The stainless-steel rail work is impressive throughout the whole vessel, no aluminum.
Her bucket style seating can be rotated aft or configured in a bolster style position.
One step aft down from the helm you have an open deck with bolsters all the way around. A transom door leads out to the integrated swim step and there is a dive door with an integral ladder to starboard for diving or bagging a big Blue Fin. On-deck shower with hot and cold water, deck wash, 2 kill boxes, one with a macerator. There is a tackle station aft of the helm seats with a sink and live well integrated into the base. There’s an additional large live well on the swim step that was recently installed. All deck hatches have gutters and gaskets and are finished on the underside. There are 9 flush mount rod holders in the cockpit, 2 at the tackle station, 14 SS rod holders and Taco extendable outriggers on the
hardtop. Another unique feature she has: the slant aft cockpit cover doubles as an aft bimini over the cockpit with the 2 SS stations you place in the corner rod holders. A one touch liquor dispenser is mounted in the cockpit, as well as an additional TV.
|Drive Type||Stern Drive|
|Drive Type||Stern Drive|
|Fresh Water Tank||227.12 l ()|
|Fuel Tank||1499.02 l ()|
|Holding Tank||37.85 l ()|