This impeccable example of the popular Sunseeker Predator 56 Hardtop model has been meticulously maintained with no expense spared. Powered by twin MAN 800hp engines, ‘Dalila’ is capable of achieving speeds of up to 32 knots. She boasts spacious accommodation for up to 4 guests overnight in her two large double staterooms.
Superb Riva Bertram with a timeless line, offering a wheelhouse open to the aft cockpit arranged with a table on the port side and a kitchen area on the starboard side, in continuity the cockpit takes place. Motorized with two in-board Riva Crusader model V8 petrol 5.7L displacement carburettor 4 body developing 210 hp.
Model Princess V42 has been constructed by company Princess Yachts in 2000. Length of the sailing vessel is 13.15 m. Vessel is 3.73 m wide. Height of yacht’s underwater part is 1.07 m. We recommend sailing boat Princess V42 for leisure voyage. With 850 litres in tank with diesel you can navigate really far, and still be independent because of 332 in water tank.
Marlin 28 Suzuki 2 x 250 HP stunning high quality Rib. Currently berthed in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, with viewings possible at short notice. This has to be one of the best built Ribs available on the market today, and with the versatile seating arrangements that fold into sunpads for the full lounging experience, and space enough up to 8 guests to be seated, beautiful teak decking and stainless fittings.
2005 Fairline Targa 34 with Volvo Penta KAD 300 engines. Well spec’d example of this popular model that includes: teak bathing platform and cockpit, cool box, bowthruster, VHF, TV in saloon, CD/FM radio, Raymarine SL70 Chartplotter, Tri data, gas hob and oven, Diesel heating and more. New canopy fitted February 2020
The Riva Superamerica has few equals in boatbuilding history and reflects the validity of Riva under all esthetic and
technical points of view. Built in Sarnico, Italy her timeless design offers exceptional seagoing properties. The custom stainless work is extraordinary, and she has a luxurious two stateroom interior, each with adjoining head, with provision for crew in the bow.