March 2, 2020

New Model: Sunseeker Predator 55 Evo

Sunseeker has just launched the new Predator 55 Evo. The Predator 55 Evo is Sunseeker’s latest  model, and she promises to be exceptionally popular purposefully engineered to make the heart race.  The evolutionary design is emphasized in the Predator 55 Evo’s superstructure and interior. The notable Sunseeker Predator lines are framed by stainless steel detailing with flashes both in the hull band, carbon fiber cowlings and to interior appointments.  The sporty interior exudes luxe minimalism with a new Predator range of fabrics and textures throughout. Clean lines and curves contrast perfectly to ensure comfort and style.  New, independent helm seats allow owners to enjoy its performance to the full whilst underway, offering supreme support whilst piercing through the waves. Aft of the helm is well-appointed upholstered seating for up-to-six to socialize around a fixed coffee table, set opposite new push-to-touch storage cabinets. This all sits beneath an expansive carbon fiber opening roof with multiple glazed panels to maximize light throughout. Framing the whole saloon is new headlining with concealed lighting that has been carefully devised following an extensive photo metric study, creating the perfect ambiance for guests.  The superb use of technology does not stop there, as the Predator 55 Evo also benefits from a state-of-the-art AV system with zoning capabilities, allowing for different music in the cockpit and saloon to suit the taste and mood of all on board. This really is the perfect blend of design, technology and craftsmanship.  There is also an additional ‘snug’ with table opposite the galley which is fitted with high-end Miele appliances.  On the lower deck, the clean palette and sporty detailing of the Predator 55 Evo’s interior continues. The aft master stateroom and en-suite has ample stowage, a stylish new headboard and the same ambient lighting as the main deck. To starboard, a sofa with breakfast tray provides the perfect spot to enjoy the early morning views out to sea. Forward is the VIP stateroom with scissor berths and en-suite and whilst a dinette opposite the lower galley is fitted as standard, there is the option for extended storage or a third Pullman guest cabin. A hinged door and fold-up window opens from the saloon into the cockpit aft to create a social expanse ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining, complimented by an optional wet bar with grill, fridge and dedicated storage. The over sized cockpit allows for even more outdoor space for those onboard to enjoy whilst an enhanced bathing platform design brings guests closer to the water and offers easy launching from the garage of a Williams 345 Jet Tender.  The Sunseeker Predator Evo is powered by twin Volvo 725hp engines with shaft propulsion, reaching an exhilarating 34 knots whilst yet another technological innovation is the boat’s ‘Hydro-Pack’ which utilises a fly-by-wire steering system for exceptional agility.
Technical Data:
LOA - 17.05 m (55.9ft)
Beam - 4.48 m
Draft - 1.33 m at full load
Fuel Capacity - 1800 l
Water Capacity - 450 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, or four berths in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 725hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 32 knots max
Range - 325 nautical miles at cruise

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