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
As a sportsboat rather than a cruiser, Sunseeker consciously designed the 34 with a narrow beam and very sleek lines. This certainly enhances its performance and sets it apart from the competition, but you pay for it in cabin space.
If you want it all, then the Superhawk is not for you. In much the same way, you would never buy a used Aston Martin, when a Mondeo estate offers better loading space and cruising economy. What the Superhawk does have in abundance is feel good factor and excellent performance – here it excels.
Tested February 2007
- There are touches of genius within the design and she goes like a rocket
- The Superhawk's sleek lines will cost you in accommodation space
Price as reviewed:
The 34 was never meant to be ‘all things to all men'. Instead, it accomplishes what it set out to do admirably, and can wear the sporty Sunseeker badge with pride.
Displacement: 7.9 tonnes
Top Speed: 45 knots
Cabins: 1 double berth
Fuel Capacity: 154 gal (700lt)
Beam: 10ft 2in (3.10m)
Cruising Speed: 25 knots
Water Capacity: 15 gal (68lt)
RCD Category: B
Length Overall: 37ft 2in (11.33m)
Engines: Twin 260HP Volvo KAD 44S
Range: 200 miles