Sunseeker logo Founded by Idris Braithwaite in the 1960s as Poole Powerboats, the company was rebranded as Sunseeker in 1979.

Currently owned by Chinese group Dalian Wanda, Sunseeker remains a British company with manufacturing still based in Poole.

The current Sunseeker collection ranges in size from the entry-level Portofino (42ft) to the 155ft superyacht Blush, which was comissioned by Formula 1 supremo Eddie Jordan and launched in 2014.

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Sunseeker Predator 57

The Sunseeker Predator 57 has plenty of party tricks but how does it perform on the water? Read our exclusive sea trial review to find out

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Car magazines always talk about a used Ferrari for the price of a new Mondeo, but why not a used Sunseeker?

£29,995.00
Sunseeker Predator 60 | Running

A 30-tonne monster that belies its enormity with its agility and addictive handling

£1,290,000.00
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Sunseeker Predator 92 Sport - "Ninety-two feet of pure beauty and luxury," say Sunseeker, and who are we to argue?

£3,340,000.00
Sunseeker Manhattan

Try to disregard the amazing styling for a moment and view the Manhattan 44 dispassionately as an ordinary flybridge powerboat.

Sunseeker Hawk 34

Sunseeker's baby may not yet be perfectly formed, but it's very close.

Sunseeker Superhawk 34 | Review | Motor Boats Monthly |

If you feel the need for speed then Sunseeker's Superhawk 34, capable of up to 45 knots, will be your idea of GRP heaven

£95,000.00

Our rating:  70%

Sunseeker Camargue 44 | Reviews | Motor Boats Monthly |

Space, style and luxury cruising, sir? We have just the thing...

£200,000.00

Our rating:  80%