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Sunseeker are flying the flag for the British manufacturing Industry

Following on from record sales at this year's London Boat Show at Excel in January, Sunseeker were keen to keep one of their stunning new vessels the Manhattan 73 in central London for a number of photo and filming opportunities.

This magnificent Sunseeker motor yacht, boasting 73 feet in length, includes 3 luxury double cabins and a £2.5m price tag along with a string of millionaire necessities including drinks bar, BBQ/grill, steam showers and jet tender. The Sunseeker Manhattan 73 has been centre stage on the VIP pontoon at St. Katharine's Dock since mid-January but is set to leave at the end of this week for the Mediterranean after being the jewel of the river during the Brit Awards which takes place on Wednesday night at London's O2 arena.

Last week saw society favourite photographer Sam Pelly in a chase boat capturing the Sunseeker motor yachts majestic lines against the back drop of London's iconic sites with the company's 'Sunseeker Girls' on board dressed in theatrical 'Brit Award styling'.

Stewart McIntyre, Managing Director of Sunseeker International commented, "It is rare that a brand new Sunseeker boat of this size is kept in central London for such a long period of time. It has been wonderful to see so many people enjoy her presence on the river and of course be involved with the truly British 'Brit Awards'.

Sunseeker is an iconic British brand, famed for its appearance in many 007 Bond films and high profile clientele from Jenson Button to Chris Evans, both of whom supported Sunseeker at recent Boat Shows in Southampton and London.

Sunseeker International employ 2,300 skilled craftsman at its factory and headquarters in Poole, Dorset and a dealership network in over 70 countries, Sunseeker are flying the flag for the British manufacturing Industry.

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