An Excellent Example of a Sunseeker Tomahawk 37 that has been extremely well maintained by the current owners. An impressive Cruising Sports Boat with a Planing Hull and Powered by Twin Volvo Penta AQAD 41 Diesel Engines capable of cruising at 28 knots.
New Listing - 9th July 2021
Sunseeker Tomahawk 37 - Description
Designed by Don Shead and built by Sunseeker International in Poole.
Hull No. 81937
LOA: 11.28 mtrs / 36'8"
BEAM: 3.2 mtrs / 10'5"
DRAFT: 1.57 mtrs / 5'2"
Displacement Weight: 9.04 Tonnes.
GRP Planing Hull, Decks and Radar Arch, Stainless Steel Cleats x 6, Bow Rails, Fender Storage Rings & Boarding Ladder.
Twin Diesel Volvo Penta AQAD 41's 200 hp with J-Type Duo Propellers.
Full Volvo Engine Instrumentation at the Helm.
Morse Cable Throttle Controls.
New Aluminium J -Type Propellers (2018).
Cruising Speed: 28 knots at 3,200 rpm.
Maximum Speed: 35 knots at 3,900 rpm.
Engines last Serviced July 2019
Out-Drives Serviced and Exhaust Bellows Replaced in January 2020
Bennett Trim Tabs.
Electrical Engine Bay Opening Strut.
Fuel Tank Capacity: (Believed to be 780 Ltrs / 171 Gallons - TBC)
This boat provides 4 Berths comprising of a forward Double Berth with a privacy curtain. The original Saloon Table has been replaced with a Teak Table although the owner does have the original table and infill cushion (The cushion does not have a cover and will need to be upholstered if used).
If the original table and infill cushion were used it would provide an additional double berth in the Saloon.
The Saloon has semi circle seating area with a teak table, Samsung HD TV, Sony Blu Ray Player, Stereo Radio with 4 x Alpine Speakers, 2 Opening Port Holes either side, 2 Opening Deck Ventilation Hatches, Over Head and Reading Lights.
There is a Galley equipped with a Stainless Steel Circular Sink (Hot and Cold pressurized Water - unused by current owner), an Origo Electrical 2500 Single Hob Burner, Isotherm 12v / 240v Fridge, Wooden Chopping Board, Waste Bin Holder and Storage Lockers.
There is also a separate Heads equipped with a Jabsco Marine Toilet (No Holding Tank), Stainless Steel Circular Washbasin (with Hot & Cold Pressurized Water - unused by current owner), Shower, Mirror, Towel Holder, Curtains, 3 x Lights and Opening Port Hole.
The Cockpit has a Helm Seat, separate Co-Pilot Seat, Aft Bench Seat, 2 Circular Teak Tables, Flexi-Teak Flooring and a Floor Locker. Upholstery finished in White and Blue.
The Engine Bay Cover also is fitted with Flexi-Teak and has Sun Bathing Cushions also finished in a Blue & White Fabric.
Side Power EB40/160S Bow Thruster (Fitted 2018).
Bow Thruster Separate 120ah 12v battery & Isolator Switch.
Power Inverter 240v.
Garmin 100i DSC VHF Radio.
Garmin 750S Chart Plotter & GPS.
Garmin HD Radar.
Electric Anchor Windlass, Anchor and Chain.
Depth Sounder - Original Sunseeker Fit (Currently not working properly - owner trying to find spares).
4 x 110ah Batteries (Fitted June 2017).
Sterling Pro Power Ultra Battery 12v / 30a Charger (Fitted June 2017).
240v Shore Power & Lead.
Electric & Manual Bilge Pumps.
Blue Tonneau Canvas Cover & Full Camper Cover.
Fire Extinguisher x 2 (Saloon & Helm Position.
Warps & Fenders.
Wooden Flag Staff & Ensign.
Electric Trumpet horn (2018).
In 2002 the boat was fitted with new Taco-meters when the old meters were recorded as showing a total of 438 running hours. The current engine hours are approximately Starboard Engine 635 and Port Engine 615 as of September 2018.
In May 2016 both engines were removed, striped down and re-built. New Engine Mounts were also fitted.
This boat was last lifted out for maintenance works in November 2019.
This boat was originally supplied by Sunseeker International (Poole) to a dealer in the South of France. Unfortunately the vendor has no evidence of the original VAT Payment, however, as a result of the boat being formerly registered on the French Maritime Registry and a Radiation De L'Effectif Naval Certificate issued on 25th September 1997, HMRC in the UK have issued a letter confirming that the boat has VAT Paid Status.
A Really Nice Example that must be seen to be appreciated.
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