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January 2004

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The English boatyard Sunseeker has enriched its range with the new Sunseeker 135 Yacht, destined to be the flagship of the Sunseeker family. This 41.15 metre pleasure craft, built to typically Sunseeker quality standards, is aimed at particularly demanding owners. The interior of the Sunseeker 135 Yacht features fine fabrics and wood and there are multimedia systems for guests' entertainment. Seaworthiness is guaranteed by lines that permit a smooth passage on choppy seas, as well as remarkable performance. The external design includes stylistic elements taken from the smaller models, maintaining a certain family feeling with the rest of the range and above all with the new 120 Yacht. The design of this new English yacht is developed on four decks that provide all the comfort necessary on a long cruise. The topmost "skydeck", for open air activities, has a semicircular sofa with two coffee tables and, opposite, a dining area with sofa and table. There is a spacious relaxation area aft with corner bar and, in the centre, a Jacuzzi. Right at the stern there are six cushions for sunbathing. The bridge is forward on the deck below and is equipped with latest generation instruments. The cockpit takes up the whole width of the superstructure and is wholly separated in order to avoid any disturbance to owner and guests. There is also a relaxation area and the skipper's cabin with queen size bed, office corner and private bathroom. Aft of the command station the roomy leisure area is furnished with a C-shaped sofa on the starboard side, two coffee tables, a round table, four chairs and a corner bar. Right at the stern there is a relaxation area, partially covered by the extension of the deck above and furnished with a C-shaped sofa and two coffee tables. Another sundeck forward is reached by way of side gangways with fairings. There is another guest bathroom (WC and washbasin) on this deck. The spacious owner's suite is forward on the main deck and includes king size bed, office corner on the port side and small sofa on the starboard. Two dressing rooms are accessible directly from the owner's suite, as is the private bathroom, complete with tub. The forepeak "penthouse", with two small sofas and a small table, is accessible only from the owner's cabin. The roomy saloon, with duly separated galley, is amidships. The dining area has a table for ten. Farther aft there is a relaxation area for owner and guests, with sofas, armchairs. coffee tables and cocktail cabinet. There is a guest bathroom on this deck too, as well as access to the cockpit. The night-time areas for crew and guests are on the lower deck, each with independent access from the main deck. The crew's quarters are in the forepeak and include galley, dining area and four cabins, two with double and two with bunk beds. Each cabin has a private bathroom. The four guest suites are in the central area, the forward two with twin beds and office corner, while the two aft are VIP suites with queen size beds, relaxation area and office corner. All the guest cabins have fully fitted private bathrooms and the VIP cabins also have bathtubs. At the stern there is a spacious platform for access, by means of an electrically operated hatch, to the hangar which has space for the tender and two jet skis as well as for other sports equipment. Standard boatyard motorisation consists of twin 2.522 HP MTU 4000 V12 M90 engines, with the option of twin 3.700 HP MTU V16's. For further information contact Cantiere Navale C & C; Via dei Devoto 151-153, 16033 Lavagna (GE); tel. 0185 301581; fax 0185 322839; website; e-mail

For the international version: Sunseeker International Boats Ltd., 27-31 West Quay Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HX (UK); tel. +44 (0)1202381111; fax +44 (0)1202 382222; website; e-mail

Overall length: 41.15 m
Beam: 8.40 m
Draft: 2.30m
Displacement at half load: 190.000 kg
Fuel tank: 35.000 litres
Water tank: 7.500 litres - Envisaged motorisation: 2 x 2.522 HP MTU 4000 V12 M90; 2 x 3.700 HP MTU 4000 V16 M90.