The Sunseeker Predator 60 EVO was presented during the 2019 Southampton International Show. It has a hull like the previous Predator 57, with a long profile (18.24 meters), an orange racing strip on the sides and a curved superstructure.
The superstructure is distinguished by the shape of the portholes and the presence of a carbon fiber hardtop with glazed panels. Among the innovations is a large “drop-down” window separating the cabin and the salon. When the window is lowered and the side door is open, the deck becomes a single space with the guest area, which stretches from the cabin to the control room.
The second important innovation is the massive top glass panel. This is a fully carbon construction with six glazed panels that extend over the windshield. At the touch of a button, you can remove the roof, getting a yacht with an open top.
Two touch-screen displays of Simrad evo3 allow you to control built-in functions, monitor fuel consumption, battery power, status of the generator, engine and other important systems. In order to make the yacht management process intuitive, information from GPS navigation, autopilot and radar is displayed on the monitor.
The layout of the lower deck includes a VIP cabin with a bathroom in the bow, a double cabin in the middle and the owner's cabin.
The Predator 60 EVO accelerates to 34 knots and can go without refueling up to 220 nautical miles.
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