Jan 28th, 2019

HANDOVER: Tom Bentley of Sunseeker Poole rolls out the red carpet to successfully hand over a brand new Sunseeker Predator 50

Tom Bentley of Sunseeker Poole is proud to announce the successful handover of hull number 6 of the Sunseeker Predator 50 to his UK based client. Since its UK launch at the Southampton Boat Show in September 2018, the Predator 50 has attracted a lot of attention. It’s fully retractable hardtop roof and cockpit that can be opened of closed with an electric hydraulic ram make the Predator 50 the perfect vessel for the UK.

Taking in a part exchange of a 2016 Princess V39 which the team have already sold onto her next owner, the Sunseeker Poole team of engineers worked all hours of the day including over Christmas to make sure that retrofitted items such as an Eberspaecher heating system was in place ready for the over to take delivery on the 10th of January of this year.

The new owner comments “Fantastic job. Thanks for all you have done. Very pleased with the boat and the team at Sunseeker” FRANKIE will be in Southampton for the summer before heading up to her home berth in Essex.

For more information on the Predator 50 or any other model in the range please contact Tom Bentley directly on [email protected] or 07931418367.

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