The 28 metre Sunseeker motor yacht Survivor, jointly listed for sale by Sunseeker Monaco and Gillet Yachts, has been sold with the buyer introduced by James Wood of Sunseeker France.
Built in GRP by UK yard Sunseeker International, she was delivered in 2009 as a Sunseeker Predator 92’ Sport model. Accommodation is for eight guests in four well appointed cabins as well as quarters for four crew. Guest accommodation consists of an amidships master suite with an offset double bed creating plenty of space, a light-filled VIP suite forward and two twins to port and starboard, all with television sets and en suite bathroom facilities.
The spacious saloon has cosy sofas on the port side facing an entertainment centre including a 50 inch Bang & Olufsen television screen and there is a formal dining area forward with seating for up to eight guests.
Outdoor areas are extensive and include a huge cockpit with all the necessities for al fresco entertaining and dining, including a sunbathing area, upholstered seating, a bar, ceramic griddle, fridge, ice maker and an electric sun canopy. Steps lead down to the hydraulic swimming platform. There is more seating and dining available on the foredeck along with more sun pads and a folding Bimini top. Finally, the flybridge has seating, sun pads and sunbathing areas offering a great vantage point to relax and watch the world slide by. Extra features include tropical air conditioning and Trac Star zero speed stabilisers. Twin 2,434hp MTU engines give her a top speed of 36 knots.
Survivor was asking €2,500,000.