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This 2007 model is one of the highest spec boats ever built. It boasts a huge extras list combined with a Sunseeker style view which is visible from every angle. If one starts up on the fly-bridge there is plenty of deck space for up to 10 people to enjoy, with seating around a large dining table together with additional seating facing forward next to the helm position located on the starboard side. No flybridge is complete without a wet bar and this 66 comes fully loaded; Sink, BBQ, ice maker and fridge which keeps all on board… well looked after.
The galley of this Sunseeker Manhattan 66 is located aft of the saloon by the patio doors. This works very well for preparing food and drinks for guests both inside and outside in the cockpit. Finished with black granite work tops, fridge freezers and electric inductions hobs this vessel has all that is needed for a long voyage. The interior wood finish is satin cherry, combined with light material head linings and luxury leather saloon seating. The lower saloon area port side of the galley has a large upper saloon with dining table; Further forward there is an electric hide away TV on the same floor. The boats main helm position is fitted with repeater GPS screens, autopilot, speed/depth sounders, and bow/stern thrusters to name just a few extras. The lower deck consists of four cabins with a master cabin located in the midships; it enjoys the full beam of the boat creating ample space for a large double queen size bed with walk in wardrobe, sofa areas and a beautifully selected en suite bathroom. The VIP guest cabin is located in the bow providing excellent sleeping accommodation with en-suite bathroom and plenty of storage. A further two twin cabin is on board; they consist of two bunk beds in one cabin and two side by side single beds in the other. A truly classic and timeless Sunseeker interior.
Aerial 2.4 meter whip for Radio Air Conditioning Alpine DVD/CD/MP3 player linked to all cabins Anchor chain with additional 30 mtrs of 10mm Bimini Top Black mesh covers for front screens Bose 321 system Bow sunbathing cushions Burglar alarm Chocks on platform for tender Chocolate Cylindrical base lamps in Saloon Cleats - Extra pair 14inch stern mooring Cockpit electric BBQ grill Compass swinging Crew cabin Air conditioning Crew cabin fit out Deck wash Dect Phone intercom system Diesel fuelMag Dimmer switches in Saloon Electric cooling unit for flybridge cool box Engine room camera Fire and bilge flood monitoring Flybridge cockpit teak deck Flybridge seat and wet bar covers Furuno weather fax system Generator upgrade to Kohler 19KW 50hz lending cablemaster Hydraulic telescopice gangway 3.9 mtrs with teak treads opacmarie Inverter Kohler digital monitoring panel KVH Tracvision G6 system Liferaft 8 Man ights fitted on Bimini Low level LED side deck lights MCA coded Port Pullman cabin option Pouffee stool with low backrest Raymarine E120 - 12.1inch x 2 Colour Chartplotter Raymarine Ray 240E Class D-DSC-VHF Raymarine ST60 speed and depth system Raymarine ST8002 Autopilot Safe - 2 brick Sharp TV in crew cabin Stainless steel fly screens Stainless steel signwriting Stern thruster Sunseeker glasses and cutlery Teak folding table for cockpit and flybridge Teak side decks Television - Sony rise and fall Television - Sharp x 2 Tender - Williams 325 jet rib Under water lights Water filter system for cold water supply Water maker Waterproof AC socket for flybridge and cockpit White mesh privacy screen for aft cockpit Winch - Lewmar Anchor upgrade
Manufacturer Provided Description
Perfectly proportioned and graceful, the Manhattan 66 fuses refinement with everyday practicality. Designed with leisure in mind, you?ll find ample sunbathing and dining space on deck and plenty of comfortable seating in the beautiful saloon. Below, there is restful accommodation for six, plus the option of a twin berth crew cabin.
|Length over all:||72' 5"|
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