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- Sunseeker Manhattan 70
- 12 day/ 8 night
- 22.30 m.
- 5.67 m.
- 2 x MAN 1550 hp
- 340 L/h approx.
- 2010/ refit 2018
- Marina Ibiza
Sunseeker Manhattan 70 is probably one of the most versatile yachts in the Balearic islands; she blends comfort, speed and amazing amenities all into one. 3 decks built and finished with exquisite materials, which along with a superb distribution make unique. She has four very well equipped double cabins all with en-suite facilities and is able to sleep up to 8 guests during night while 12 guests can be on board during the day. Her separated crew area guarantee the guests privacy at all times. It is worth highlighting the flybridge refit, including a wet-bar personalized with teppanyaki grill, two ice-makers and a bigger dining area, conformed by a wonderful sofa and a huge table, aimed to comfortably seat 12 people, to enjoy tasteful meals while socialising, both during night and day; especially, when using the top hydraulic Bimini, equipped with LED lights. Other remarkable features are: Fin stabilizers that provide further comfort, both at anchor and cruising. Two wide solariums, one in the flybridge and another one in the bow, with adjustable backrests. A hydraulic platform, which among other benefits improves elder people’s access to the yacht after a refreshing swim.
Included: Tender 2,85 meters Williams turbo jet 120 hp; Doughnut for 3 pax; Water skis; 2 x paddle surf; 3 x SeaDoo seascooter; Snorkelling gear; crew: 3 people (captain, steward and cook) ; mooring in Marina Ibiza; towels and F&B of courtesy.
Not included: 21% V.A.T., fuel consumption (required 30% de A.P.A. as a guarantee); extra steward (+150€); transfer (approx. 100€ roundtrip).
Notes: All prices require an extra 30% Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is a deposit to cover fuel and provisioning (food, drinks, etc…) costs during the stay on board. The Captain manages this fund and will have an expenses list available to the client. If the Captain sees that the deposit is running low, the client would be asked to add funds to the APA. At the end of the charter period any balance left will be refunded to the client. The bigger the yacht is, the more fuel it uses, this is why a 30% of the charter fee is required to be proportional to the expected expenses.