Sunseeker Predator 63

Shipyard: Sunseeker

Year: 1997

Lenght: 19.2m

Beam: 4.7m

Engines: 2 x  Detroit Diesel 1300HP

Cabins: 2 cabins

Speed. Max / Cruise: 32/18kts

Flag: Austria

Located: Sotogrande

Price: 199.000€   170.000€

This is a great example of a well looked after motor yacht.
The world famous Sunseeker predator model is represented exquisitely in this older model and has a modified two cabin layout, opening up the saloon area into a spacious and relaxing saloon. The Galley is situated in the smaller and often unused third cabin.
The engines were completely rebuilt only two years ago, all work has official invoices to show.
Very complete boat, a must see. Offers welcome

MADAME B has enjoyed just two caring owners during her life and has only been used as a private boat with both owners. Professionally maintained continuously as required by her current owner, she has also been stored ashore for ten months of the year!

With her specification including; a comfortable and very stylish two-cabin two-heads and separate galley layout, a watermaker, generator, air conditioning, both a forward and aft sun pad and a tender garage along with a maximum speed of 26 knots, she must surely be the perfect boat for “fun in the sun.” With her replaced teak to the cockpit sole and bathing platform, she provides a quality feel without the increased maintenance from having a full teak deck as well.

Her specification highlights include:

Kohler Generator
Bow Thruster
Electric windlass
Port side engine removed and completely overhauled before being re-installed
Replaced service batteries and generator battery
Cutlass bearings replaced
Radar and GPS plotter
Refrigerator and freezer
Ceramic stove with 4 burners
Washing machine + dryer
Stereo CD
Replaced teak to the cockpit sole, transom steps & bathing platform
Hydraulic passerelle
Tender garage, electric tender recovery winch with remote control


RCD Status:

Our understanding is that the boat is exempt from the Recreational Craft Directive as she was first placed into use with the EU prior to 16th June 1998.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

All GRP with non-slip moulded decks.
Hydraulic lifting tender garage cover
Blue hull topsides
Replaced teak laid to the cockpit sole, transom steps and bathing platform – 2014


Engine & gearbox:

2xDetroit 8v92 2-stroke V8 diesel engines each producing 750 hp (1,500hp combined)
Closed-circulation fresh water engine cooling via saltwater intake.
Port side engine hours since it was removed for a complete overhaul: approx. 114 as of September 2018
Starboard side engine hours: 765 as of September 2018

Maintenance & Performance:

Starboard side engine hours: 765 as of September 2018
Port side engine hours since it was removed for a complete overhaul: approx. 114 as of September 2018
Cruising speed: approx. 23 knots
Maximum speed: approx. 26 knots

Propulsion & Steering:

Hydraulic power steering
24vDC Bowthruster
Electro-hydraulic trim tabs


Voltage systems:

24vDC domestic system with 220vAC via a generator and shore power

Battery Banks:

24vDC batteries – there are 12x batteries in total with 6x 125AH replaced – 2017
1x 95Ah generator battery replaced – 2016


Automatic battery charger – checked – November 2017


2x engine-mounted alternators


Kohler Generator
Generator hours: 1,200 as of September 2018
Last serviced (including the installation of a new fuel pump) – September 2018

Shore Power:

220vAC shore power connection with 220vAC sockets in interior


Fresh Water:

Water is pressurised by 24vDC high-pressure pump system
Hot & cold freshwater pressurised water supply throughout
Hot water boiler tank via 220v immersion heater element.

Bilge Pumps:

Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Bilge pumps were checked and refurbished – October 2017



3,020 litres fuel tank capacity

Fresh Water:

700 litres water tank capacity

Holding Tank:

2x holding tanks


Cetrek 775 Autopilot
Cetrek GPS Chart Plotter
Furuno 1931 Radar
Depth Sounder
Steering compass


VHF radio


Galley Equipment:

Fridge, Freezer
Vitro-ceramics stove with 4 burners
Extractor fan
Washing machine + dryer
Twin stainless-steel sinks with a mixer tap over

Cockpit Galley Equipment:

Unit located to port with a stainless-steel grab handle and hinged countertops concealing a sink and grill and an integrated icemaker


24v electric heads
Sink with hot & cold fresh water supply
Separate shower cubicle to each head, each fitted with a shower head and thermostatic valve

Heating & Ventilation:

220vAC – Air-conditioning system with outlets in both sleeping cabins, the galley and the saloon


Stereo system with speakers to the saloon and cockpit with individual controls
Samsung TV mounted to the bulkhead of the guest cabin along with speakers to the cabin
TV mounted to the bulkhead of the owner’s cabin along with speakers to the cabin
TV located inside a cupboard to the saloon along with speakers to the cabin



Sleeps 4 in two cabins plus saloon settee berth
Cherry interior joinery throughout
White leather upholstery
White coloured vinyl panelling to deckhead and exposed hull sides
Grey coloured worktops and stainless steel splashbacks to the galley
Grey coloured marble surrounds and counter top to the wash basin in both heads

Layout from Forward; Owner’s Cabin:

Central double berth
Portholes with curtains
Hanging locker
Further cupboard space
White coloured vinyl panelling to deckhead and hull
Deck hatch for ventilation
Reading lights
Dressing Table with mirror and seat
Carpeting to the cabin sole

Owner’s Cabin’s En Suite:

Electric flush marine head
Grey coloured marble countertop surround with inset sink and mixer tap over and cupboard under
Separate shower cubicle with a glazed door, showerhead and thermostatic valve
Mirror fronted eye-level cupboards

Saloon Area:

Full width providing an excellent space for entertaining and relaxing
U-shaped seating area to starboard with a dining table
Further L-shaped sofa to port
Range of eye-level cupboards
Cabin sole mounted cupboard with timber counter top to starboard
Further cupboard to port housing a TV and stereo with speakers to the cabin
Carpeting to the cabin sole
Inset downlighters
Stool matching the sofas

Separate Galley to port:

Range of cherry fronted units
Grey coloured worktops
Inset ceramic 4-ring electric stove
Twin stainless-steel sink bowls with a mixer tap over
Stainless-steel splash backs
Inset downlighters
Front opening refrigerator
Front opening freezer
Integrated microwave

Aft Starboard Guest Cabin:

A double berth
Hanging locker
Portholes with curtains
White coloured vinyl panelling to deckhead and hull sides
Reading lights
Bedside table/storage
Bulkhead mounted Samsung TV with DVD player

Guest/Day Heads:

Electric flush marine head
Black Corian countertop surround with inset sink and mixer tap over and cupboard under
Separate shower cubicle with a glazed door, showerhead and thermostatic valve



Stainless steel guard rail continues part way along the side decks and matching combined pulpit
Foldable bimini/cockpit enclosure
Anchor locker
Foredeck sun pad with cushions
Triple seat leather helm bench seat with matching twin seat to portside; which has a stainless grab handle and storage locker in front
Matching leather U-shaped cockpit sofa with table which lowers to form a day bed
Cockpit speakers
Structural hoop providing mounting space for the radar, spotlight and GPS receiver etc
Teak and caulked cockpit sole, aft steps and bathing platform
Life raft storage recess
Icemaker in the cockpit
Refrigerator in the cockpit
Grill, and sink to portside concealed under a hinged worktop
Deck shower
Aft sunbathing area with white cushions and stainless-steel rail to the aft end
Tender garage with Hydraulic tender lift and electric tender launch/recovery winch with remote control
Bathing ladder
Besenzoni Electro-hydraulic passerelle
2x Transom mounted stainless grab rails

Anchoring & Mooring:

24vDC Anchor windlass
Anchor and chain
10x stainless steel mooring cleats
Warps & fenders

Water Toys:

Please note that the Seadoo Jetbike shown in some of the photographs is not included in the sale


General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

12x lifejackets
1x horse shoe life buoy

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