Sunseeker used the occasion of boot Düsseldorf to introduce its 17.13 metre Superhawk 55 to the market. The anticipated open-top day boat was revealed at the show in a well-attended unveiling ceremony.
Part of the British yard's Performance range, the new model will be able to reach a top speed of 38 knots and features a number of novel 3D-printed components for increased manufacturing efficiency.
The model is defined by an open-plan arrangement with a large full-beam cockpit complete with configurable seating and concealed appliances integrated into the wet bar and optional rise-and-fall TV.
The helm station is located amidships at a centre-line triple helm that accommodates three. The helm is complete with dual glassbridge display screens, charging pads and chrome multi-purpose dials, all sheltered by a stainless-capped, curved windscreen. Side deck access is located forward, adjacent to the helm, with a pair of pantograph doors to port and starboard allowing easy access to the exterior.
The Superhawk 55 offers a good level of customisation, with the option to configure it as an open-top yacht or with a hard top for added shade.
In either scenario, the aft deck has a central lounging area with a sun pad and integrated water toy storage concealed beneath an electrically-operated hatch.
The foredeck is home to a full-size sun pad, which can slide forward to reveal a table and dedicated seating area with wireless chargers and storage lockers.
Accommodation is for up to six guests across two cabins. The forward cabin is framed in black lacquer panels and benefits from a large berth, an ensuite and a wardrobe. Elsewhere an aft cabin is fitted with optional sliding berths offering a double or two singles and a generous en suite.
The Superhawk 55 is fitted with twin Volvo Penta D11 IPS 950 engines. Alongside the Superhawk 55, Sunseeker also presented the 75 Sport Yacht at boot Düsseldorf.