Jun 27th, 2017

HANDOVER: Sunseeker Torquay are delighted to handover another Manhattan 52

During the hottest June since 1976, Sunseeker Torquay had the pleasure of handing over their second new Manhattan 52 of the season.

Sunseeker Torquay‘s sales director Tom Wills commented: “The weather on Monday was simply fantastic, with clear skies and calm seas! As always the Sunseeker Poole team had done a brilliant job with getting the new boat ready for the handover!”

The Manhattan 52 ready to leave Portland

The boat was collected from the sales pontoon at our Poole facility in the morning and then after fuelling, she set sail for Portland where the new owner, skipper and Tom Wills stopped for a delightful lunch in the sun. They then departed Portland at 17:30 for the 40 mile crossing across Lyme Bay to the boats new home in the port of Torquay.

As Torquay appeared on the horizon, the hot sun began to sink towards the horizon offering a stunning sunset while they pulled into the bay!


The sun descending as the boat arrives in Torquay its final destination

For more information please contact Sunseeker Torquay on the details below:

Sunseeker Torquay | Torquay Marina | Torquay | Devon | TQ2 5EQ | +44 (0) 1803 293 939 | [email protected] | http://www.sunseekertorquay.com

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