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Sunseeker to display new superyacht Predator 115 in January

The London Boat Show from January 7th to 16th 2011 will give visitors the first opportunity to view the latest yacht in the Sunseeker International range – the 35m motor yacht Predator 115

The Predator 115 follows in the footsteps of her successful award-winning big sister, the superyacht Predator 130. Although smaller in length, the Predator 115 retains many of the characteristics that have made the Predator 130 so successful. She has the exterior deck space of a yacht but remains a Predator in her looks with an exemplary level of onboard luxury and can comfortably accommodate a party of up to 10 in five cabins, with a crew of five.

Expansive aft cockpit, flybridge and foredeck social areas provide endless entertainment opportunities, while for relaxation, the spacious flybridge features a large sunpad including spa tub, a large wet bar with stools, as well as generous seating area and tables for that perfect alfresco dining experience. By specifying the optional hard top, which supplies shade in the sun and beautiful down lighting for evening use, this area can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

The full beam master stateroom is a major feature, more often seen on yachts much larger in size. Thanks to its considered layout, the owner enjoys maximum space and privacy. A further four guest cabins are incorporated on the lower deck – two doubles and two twins, each featuring the large panoramic trademark 'organic' portlights which provide a wealth of natural light.

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