Sunseeker Manhattan 70


Price
AU $2,050,000 Finance
Currency
Length
74' 2" - 22.60m
Use
Family, Leisure, Cruising
Vessel Location
Rose Bay NSW
Launch Year
2009
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

Exquisite, elegant and graceful are the first three words that come to mind as you step aboard this Sunseeker Manhattan 70. A world-class vessel designed and built by one of the leading boat builders in the world, Sunseeker. But don't be fooled by her graceful styling, drop the hammer on the twin upgraded 1550hp MAN engines, and she'll roar up on the plane at 31 knots, or dial it back a notch to cruise up and down the beautiful east coast of Australia at a pleasant 24 knots. That's real speed for a motor yacht that is over 70ft in length.

Stepping aboard Stiletto you're greeted with a fine teak-laid swim platform, which can be lowered into the water for easy launch and retrieval of your center console RIB tender which is the perfect support vessel for towing toys or exploring shallow estuaries. Meander up the teak steps up to the aft deck and you quickly realise the proportions of this Motor Yacht. The spacious cockpit is appointed with a large outdoor dining table and full hardtop cover with dimmable downlights and blue courtesy lights throughout.

From the cockpit, wide walk-around decks will take you to the bow with ample room for sun-baking with two large adjustable daybeds to soak up the rays and watch the sunset with a refreshing cocktail in hand. On the bow is the stainless anchor and recently serviced anchor winch which can be operated from the deck, or either of the two helm stations. The chain locker stores 60m of recently replaced chain as well as creates the perfect storage locker for rubbish or fenders while on extended cruises.

From the aft cockpit forward, two stainless framed sliding doors part outboard to welcome you to the luxury-appointed saloon with quality timber finishes and a social space that Sunseeker is known to deliver. A u-shaped lounge and large coffee table to starboard faces another 3 seater lounge to port creating a family loungeroom of superyacht proportions. Forward to starboard, the galley is appointed with an incredible amount of bench space, a convection microwave oven, double door fridge/freezer, dishwasher and 4 burner stove along with a sink and lots of clever storage. The galley position is inclusive and functional and the quality craftsmanship and marble benchtops ensure your chef is preparing on a top pedigree yacht.

Opposite the galley to port is a recently replaced wine fridge and a generous formal indoor dining for 8 comfortably. The saloon and galley space is flooded with natural light which complements the warm and top-quality finishes found throughout this fine vessel.

Behind a privacy bulkhead forward, opposite the dining table to starboard is the lower helm. Two large and comfortable helm chairs command the position and are perfect for extended offshore cruising, or for creating privacy between guests and the skipper if guests are up on the flybridge. The two Raymarine Hybrid touch MFDs sit flush to the helm really modernise the layout and feel of this already stylish motor yacht. The myriad of other instrumentation and controls include two Raymarine data displays, the Raymarine autopilot controls, MAN engine diagnostic displays, spotlight control, anchor winch controls, chiller controls, VHF, throttle controls and bow and stern thruster controls along with operational switches. The vessel command centre of sorts with all the information and gauges presented for the skipper to ensure a safe and comfortable journey, no matter what the destination. The lower helm also sports a side access door for easy access to the bow or alongside to throw lines or deploy fenders when operating short-handed.

Moving downstairs the use of space for accommodation is perfectly designed and delivers 4 guest cabins all with their own private ensuites finished with marble flooring and benchtops and separate shower stalls. The first cabin is a bunk room to port with a bathroom and separate shower stall forward. As this is easily accessed from the first landing, this bathroom also acts as the day head for guests. Forward from here, the VIP suite is anchored by an island queen bed, lots of natural light and opening portholes, storage galore and a private ensuite with a separate shower stall. Often mistaken for the master, this cabin is the perfect cabin for VIP guests giving them ample space in the comfort and luxury they deserve. Moving aft the third cabin to starboard can be configured as twin singles, or simply slide them together to create another VIP queen. Again, this cabin is appointed with its own separate bathroom with a separate shower stall.

Moving aft to midships, a privacy door welcomes you to the incredible full-beam master suite. Here is a suite fit for a king (and Queen of course). The king-size bed is slightly skewed to create open space throughout and allows for a desk area, a large robe and a huge amount of storage. Given the colossal windows to port and starboard, clever mirror placement and 5g internet onboard, this is the perfect home office or parents retreat. Having spent the past few winters in the Whitsundays, her current owners have certainly found working from home in this owner's retreat a "pinch me" worthy experience. The access to the owner's marble-finished bathroom and shower is all within the privacy door so this space really is the presidential suite of this Manhattan 70.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, take the teak the stairs from the cockpit to your grand flybridge. The space up here is so usable and vast, it puts similar 80 footers to shame. Large U-shaped seating for 8 adults is perfect for alfresco meals or taking in the views while at anchor or underway. Forward is another bench seat facing forwards and some adjustable sun loungers forward. To starboard, the upper helm with twin helm chairs is the perfect vantage point for navigating our world-famous waterways with family and friends. Visibility down the starboard side from here is perfect with the bow and stern thruster controls and throttle at easy each. Another Raymarine Hybrid Touch screen and engine diagnostic displays, autopilot and gauges ensure safe navigation while on top of the world.

Behind the helm is a wet bar with an electric grill, ice maker, chest fridge, bar fridge and sink so a cold drink is always on hand. Aft of the flybridge is a versatile open space that can be utilised for additional eskies, sun loungers, paddle boards or toy storage.

The engine room is accessed from the aft cockpit and boasts an array of well-maintained and presented machinery. Her upgraded 1550hp MAN engines will thump this British queen along at 31 knots wide open or allow for comfortable and economic cruising at 24 knots. She holds approx. 4500L of fuel giving her great range for coastal cruising and having completed 3 consecutive Whitsunday winters, the proof is in the pudding. Stiletto has had numerous upgrades and maintenance over her short life and her machinery space includes (but is not limited to) a recently installed new water maker, 2 generators, overhauled tropical air con chillers, a fire suppression system, 2 x fresh water pumps, 2 battery charges, 1000L fresh water tank and more.

'Stiletto' offers self-contained aft crew quarters that sleep an extra two with an ensuite and head making her a highly versatile vessel. Although designed with the option of crew in mind the Manhattan 70 is easily managed by an owner-operator making her a five-cabin vessel sleeping up to ten.

This Sunseeker has to be inspected to understand her grand proportions and immaculate presentation. If you're in the market for a Princess, Riviera, Pershing, Azimut, or any luxury European yacht, then this Sunseeker must be inspected.

Only her second owner, she was delivered new in 2010 by Sunseeker Australia she has been professionally crewed and maintained since new.
In 2016/17 she received a freshen-up with new carpet throughout, new timber blinds, new exterior upholstery, and covers. Also new Raymarine navigation touch screens at both upper and lower helms, new teak decking, and a new AB RIB center console tender.

Having just completed a fully crewed season in the Whitsundays, Stiletto is available for immediate delivery anywhere on the East Coast.

Every care is taken when compiling this information however, we take no responsibility as to its accuracy. Prospective Purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of this information by their own inspection, or engage a Marine Surveyor. While responsible care has been taken to provide this information, Flagship International Yacht Brokers Pty Ltd accepts no responsibility or liability if anyone relies upon it or for any loss, damage or claim suffered by any person


Price
AU $2,050,000    Finance   
Vessel Name
Stiletto
Boat Reference
SS70
Launch Year
2009
Length
74' 2" - 22.60m
Vessel Location
Rose Bay Nsw
Region
New South Wales
HIN
GB-XSK04907J809
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Engine
2 x 1550 V12
Engine Make
MAN
Max Speed
30+
Cruise Speed
25
Propulsion
Shaft drive
Thrusters
BOW AND STERN thrusters
Genset
2
Fuel
4600 L
Dinghy
Yes
Outboard
40 hp Mercury
Cabins
4 + crew
Berths
8 + 2 crew
Shower
5 + Transom shower
Toilet
5
Galley
Plastimo 4 x burner + Panasonic Combination oven
Refrigeration
Bosch double door upright fridge, Vino Vault wine fridge, Waeco upright fridge in crew quater, Waeco bar fridge in cockpit, Waeco bar fridge in Flybridge
Freezer
Bosch freezer
Electronics / Navigation
Raymarine touch screen multifunctions display's (new 2017)

CONTACT DETAILS
Dealer
Flagship International Yacht Brokers
Telephone
Address
594 New South Head Rd
Suite 1, Rose Bay Marina
City / Suburb
Rose Bay
State
NSW
Country
Australia


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