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|Location||Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes, France|
|Tax Status||Tax Not Paid|
|Max Draft||1.63 m|
|Min. Draft||1.62 m|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 5000 litres|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 1500 litres|
The Manhattan 73 has become a classic Sunseeker in recent years offering a desirable 4 guest cabin layout with spacious flybridge and Portuguese Bridge on the foredeck allowing maximum usage of the exterior deck space.
This particular 73 boasts a Seakeeper Gyro Stabiliser and full service history from new and 2 careful owners.
This very versatile and practical Sunseeker yacht is gerenally in very good condition but any buyer needs to be aware that the teak side decks do require replacing. More information upon request.
Spacious aft cockpit with wrap around aft seating and teak table lead into a light and airy saloon with sociable opposing sofas and fall and rise TV. Moving forward to a dining table for 6 and semi enclosed galley opposite. Up 2 steps to lower, fully equipped, helm station and L shaped ‘navigation’ seating.
Down stairs to main accommodation comprising midships master suite with full beam double Queen sized bedded cabin, large ensuite bathroom & walk in wardrobe.
Forward to 3rd double cabin and ensuite bathroom to starboard, with 4th twin guest cabin to port, and roomy VIP guest double cabin with ensuite bathroom forward.
Aft to twin berth separate crew cabin with heads/ shower
White Bimini (NEW 2021)
New exterior upholstery high quality fabric (2021)
Second Onan Generator 27kw 50Hz
100 meters chain
Hydraulic Side Power Bow and Stern thruster
Lower Helm station comprises Raymarine G series 15 inch screen with GPS plotter/radar and Raymarine hybrid touch screen with GPS plotter
Upper Helm station comprises a Raymarine G series 15 inch screen with GPS plotter/radar
Raymarine Autopilot system ST70
Raymarine G120 - 12" Colour Radar Chartplotter
Raymarine ST70 colour Speed and Depth system
Seakeeper M7000A Gyro stabiliser
Stern Docking Lights
Third station controls in Aft Cockpit consisting of JMS joystick, control panel and engine start/stop fitted in the starboard side
Bose 321GS CD/DVD Cinema Surround sound system linked to TV in the Master Cabin
Fore deck speaker system - Stereo waterproof 7" speakers
Raymarine 240E VHF
KVH M7SK Satellite TV System including 2 x M7 Domes
Teak Side Decks, Aft Cockpit and Flybridge
Air Horn upgraded to twin Kahlenburg
Aqualuma white LED wide angle Series 6 white LED underwater lighting x 4
Additional pair 12" stern Mooring Cleats fitted to the aft lower edge of the hull band
Bose Lifestyle 48 DVD/CD Surround System in lieu of Standard Surround System in the Saloon
Carbon fibre effect console panels
Hydraulic Telescopic gangway 4.5 mtrs S/Steel
Joystick control system JMS for lower console and flybridge console
Low level white LED side deck lights 8 per side
Diesel FuelMag conditioning system for engines FM1500 and generator FM500
2011 Williams 385 Jetrib
Selection of crockery and cutelry
8 larger fenders and fender socks
Flybridge seating protective covers
Foredeck sunbathing area protective covers
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