Principal Characteristics & Technical Specifications
|LENGTH OVERALL||17.15M||56’ 3”|
|BEAM||4.95 M||16' 2"|
|DRAFT||1.40 M||4' 7"|
|FRESH WATER CAPACITY||430 L||IMP. GAL. / 114 US GAL.|
|BLACK WATER CAPACITY||150 L||IMP. GAL. / 39 US GAL.|
|FUEL CAPACITY||1,800 L||IMP. GAL / 476 US GAL.|
|CABINS||2 (3 OPTIONAL)|
|ENGINE||Twin Volvo Penta IPS 950 (2 x 725PS)|
The Predator 55 joins Sunseeker’s iconic Predator range. Equipped with twin Volvo Penta IPS-950 engines, the 55 ft model reaches speeds of up to 35 knots.
The Sunseeker Predator 55's retractable glass and carbon fibre sunroof makes this model a stand out yacht within the Predator range. Operated via the helm console, the 2.5m x 3m sunroof electrically slides aft revealing the sky above. Combined with expansive glazing in all directions and a single piece double-curved windshield, the Predator 55 exudes a stylish exterior presence while natural light fills the interior space.
The aft cockpit seating can be repositioned to meet the fixed seating and table amidships with ample space for six and complete with an electrical sun canopy. The large sun pad over the garage features adjustable headrest bolsters and a view aft that guests will never tire of. Style and functionality work cohesively to define a yacht built for enjoyment. The angular aft fairleads form part of a stylish new rear design, integrated seamlessly into the hull with scalloped stainless steel engine vents sitting vertically outboard. With the addition of low-level LED deck lighting and a new fixed signature transom traverse, connecting port to starboard even with the bathing platform lowered, the aft profile is exquisitely proportioned without compromising functionality.
A single-level main deck comprises a generous saloon and L-shaped galley .The galley side units connect with the linear cockpit wet bar so that with the patio door opened to port, there is an uninterrupted connection between inside and outside. Sight lines courtesy of the expansive glazing remain uninterrupted, connecting all on board with the horizon. Twin bolstered seats complement Sunseeker’s exciting new-generation helm station.
In a standard arrangement, the lower deck makes full use of the available space, with two cabins, lower saloon to starboard and a storage room or optional utility room.
The luxurious full-beam owner's cabin offers generous private quarters. Upon entry to the lobby is a full-height wardrobe to starboard and an extensive en suite to port. The large double bed sits centrally with sofa seating, a sideboard and a second wardrobe outboard whilst a dedicated vanity unit and TV are positioned centrally.An equally spacious forward cabin benefits from an en suite and plenty of storage. With an emphasis on interior volume for long-distance cruising, both cabins benefit from increased headroom, elevating the feel of spaciousness.
The interior layout can be modified to suit an owner’s exact requirements. The main deck galley can be moved to the lower deck and replaced with a sofa and rise-and-fall TV. With this option, the lower galley replaces the lower saloon and storage or utility room. This space can also be specified as an optional twin cabin with en suite providing accommodation for up to six guests in comfort.