Sunseeker has been busy with new launches. Hot on the heels of the new Sunseeker 101 Sport Yacht he saw at Cannes, Alex Smith takes us round the stunning new Sunseeker Manhattan 65 that had the crowds drooling at the Southampton Boat Show.

In this Sunseeker Manhattan 65 video, Alex points out that one of the key differences between the Manhattan 65 and the 63 it replaces in the width of the saloon, which is used to the utmost with a two-tiered layout, big lounging space below and another one up top. The helming station is a bit lonely, and the new windows look good from the outside, but make you work a bit for a view, but space has certainly been maximised.


The layout over five levels gives you four cabins and the master cabin if full beam with tremendous head height. You've also got crew quarters at the back end, but you can opt for a tender garage instead if you prefer.

Sunseeker Manhatten 65 video

Alex Smith presents the Sunseeker Manhattan 65 video.

Up on the flybridge the emphaisis on lounging space continues and you have a much more sociable helm than you do in the main saloon.

"In short." says Alex, "the 65 is not just more stylish than the 63 it replaces, but also more spacious."

Interested in other Sunseeker models? See Sunseeker Portofino 40: a memorable debut and First look video: Sunseeker Predator 68.

Written by: Alex Smith
Alex Smith is an ex-Naval officer, with extensive experience as a marine journalist, boat tester and magazine editor. Having raced as a Pilot in the National Thundercat Series and as a Navigator in the inaugural Red Sea RIB Rally, he has now settled in the West Country, where he lives and works as a specialist marine writer and photographer from his narrowboat in Bath.