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One of the premier performance yachts of her era, the Sunseeker Predator 63 was about as good as it got in the late 1990s sport cruiser market. At 63 feet overall, this was one of the largest luxury express yachts available in her day. Built on a deep-V hull with prop pockets, the Predators state-of-the-art construction and extraordinary craftsmanship typify the level of quality Sunseeker owners have come to expect over the years. The enormous cockpit comes with a huge U-shaped settee with removable high-low table abaft the helm. A large sun lounge at the transom conceals a garage capable of storingand electrically launchinga 13-foot jet boat. The 63 also features a unique power-driven sunroof, a seldom seen feature in the 1990s. Below deck, the Predators upscale interior sleeps six in three well-appointed staterooms. The galley is to starboard in the full-width salon, and lacquered cherry woodwork, posh upholstery, and premium hardware made this one of the most sensuous interiors to be found in a production sport yacht. MAN 1,100hp diesels (fitted into a tight engine room) cruise at over 30 knots (high 30s top).