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Introduced at the 1996 London Boat Show, the Sunseeker Camargue 47 is a sleek English-built sportcruiser with a huge cockpit, a lush cherrywood interior, and aggressive 1990s styling. Sunseeker has long been recognized for their exemplary production standards and the 47 is a case in point: The exterior glasswork and overall fit and finish are impressive. Like all Sunseeker sportboats, the 47 rides on a slender deep-V hull with prop pockets, a proven offshore design with excellent seakeeping qualities and a good turn of speed. The Camargues opulent midcabin interior contains two heads, a large galley with hidden appliances, and an array of lacquered woodwork and rich upholstery. On deck, the extensive single-level cockpit is a spacious entertainment center with plenty of lounge seating, a wet bar and a foldaway table. The sun pad sits atop a transom garage for an inflatable dinghy. Additional features include a teak swim platform, hidden swim ladder, radar arch, and a stunning wraparound windshield. A good performer with 435hp inboard Cats, the Camargue will cruise at 2526 knots (about 30 knots top), and optional 625hp Detroits cruise at 30 knots (3435 knots top).