Miami Beach Marina
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72 Days p.a.
Fractional Yacht Ownership inMiami & Ft Lauderdale
Miami and Fort Lauderdale are located in southern Florida and have become one of the USA’s premier yachting destinations.
The Intercostal Waterway is affectionately known as the ‘Venice of the Americas’ due to the many scenic inland waterways with their array of multi-millionaire homes, the New River and the Atlantic Ocean. Here you will find a myriad of waterways, fine dining and unrivalled golden beaches by day and at night one can get stuck into the Miami lifestyle, where the atmosphere is as chilled as the drinks.
Thanks to its easy water access, Fort Lauderdale is considered one of the biggest yachting capitals of the world.
Life in this city is highlighted by its wonderful semi-tropical climate, seven miles of beautiful white beaches and plenty of great diving opportunities. The city is blessed with over 3,000 hours of sunshine per year!
Specs, Equipment and Information
Awe-inspiring performance from a multi-award winning boat builder:
- Length overall 23.60m 77’5”
- Beam 5.95m 19’6”
- Draft 1.7m 5’7”
- Displacement 53,700kg 118,140lb
- 1x 29kW @ 60Hz 240/120v single phase engine
- Twin fixed pitch propellers
- Maximum speed Up to 32 knots
- Range @ 10 knots Up to 1,000 nautical miles
- Fuel capacity 6,000 litres 1,585 US gal
- Fresh water capacity 1,400 litres 370 US gal
- Black water capacity 435 litres 115 US gal
Breathtaking attention to detail, flexible spaces:
- Accommodation Up to 8 guests
- Room for up to 3 crew members
- Almost 360 degree views from the main deck
- A perfectly-furnished saloon with TV and entertainment systems
- A large dining area with table and chairs to seat 8
- An amazingly well-equipped luxury galley with all mod cons
- A gorgeous double berth VIP forward stateroom with aircon, panoramic windows, and entertainment systems
- VIP ensuite shower room
- Double berth aft master stateroom with aircon and entertainment systems
- Master ensuite shower room
- Double berth starboard guest cabin
- Starboard ensuite shower room
- 2 single berth port guest cabin
- Port ensuite shower room
- Double berth crew cabin with shower room
- Hydraulic bathing platform with hot and cold shower
- A beautiful flybridge with speakers, a wet bar, and two groups of seats
- Stern seating in the aft cockpit plus speakers and fridge
Electronics, technology and equipment
- 24V hydraulic power steering
- Radar/chart plotter with GPS
- Autopilot system
- Electronic speed and depth sounder
- VHF radio with DSC
- Touchscreen monitoring panel
- Lit to perfection with LED lighting throughout
- Battery chargers for all the relevant electrical systems
Sunseeker 76 - Miami
Performance and style are all perfectly merged to create the unmistakable 76 Yacht. Not only does this model cut an impressive silhouette on the horizon, but a stylish and spacious interior and deck welcome all on board. And with the perfect balance of space, light and sociability, you can see why it’s catching the attention of onlookers from all over the world.
Every Sunseeker is unique from the crowd. It’s what makes them stand out. It’s what makes them recognised and revered the world over.
Sunseeker believe that to stop seeking in life is to stop living.
Which is why they never let the sun set without knowing they have looked for more.
The most innovative design. Exhilarating engineering.
Jaw-dropping performance. Breathtaking attention to detail.
Motoryachts to make the heart race and the soul sing.
Sunseeker has always been clever with designing details that improve the look and livability of its yachts. The designers at headquarters in Poole, in fact, are arguably the unsung heroes of the motor yacht industry. They work in relative obscurity compared to the more famous Italian and Dutch designers, whose names are plastered all over any hulls they create. Feature for feature, however, the team in Poole has turned out some of the most creative designs in the industry. That’s no different on the new 76. The open-plan main deck, for instance, has impeccable silver-oak interior woodwork with wenge hardwood flooring, 360 degrees of windows, a chef’s galley amidships, two large facing lounges, and a James Bond helm that one would expect from Sunseeker. But it also has two other noteworthy features: an opening sunroof over the helm and cockpit door that opens fully, so there’s just a wide-open passage between the cockpit and saloon. These openings to the great outdoors are common on other Sunseekers as well—so is the abundance of light. The designers included large hull windows on the lower deck so that all four staterooms would be bathed in natural light, which makes them feel larger. They also included glass panels on the stairway down to the staterooms, a touch that lets the light flow and creates a greater sense of space than on most yachts, which typically have darker, enclosed stairways. Thanks to the smart use of glass all over the boat, barriers disappear and the 76 seems larger.
The other differentiator on the Sunseeker 76 is its three exterior social areas. The foredeck not only has a table and lounge but two large sunbeds in front. The aft cockpit has a full-beam dining table, wet bar, and loose seats that fit into side spaces. The flybridge makes great use of the space, with the helm up front, two lounges (one with a dining table) next to each other, and large sunbeds looking aft over the water. A hardtop with retractable centre offers shade for the central section.
Performance is always a key feature of the Sunseeker line, and the 76 Yacht is no exception. The boat has an impressive top end of 32 knots with its twin 1,550 hp MAN engines, and at friendly cruise, its range of 400 nautical miles. It even has a joystick control that links the bow- and stern-thrusters to the engines, for fingertip steering at idle or full speed.
72 Days a year