€80,000 per week
|Length overall||34.0 m|
|Engines||Twin MTU 16v 2000 M93 series|
|Maximum speed (at half load)||25.0 kn|
|Cruising speed (at half load)||20.0 kn|
|Fuel capacity||19500 l|
|Water capacity||4000 l|
Launched in 2010, Black & White is a magnificent Sunseeker 34m yacht.
Launched in August 2010, she is a unique version of this semi-custom range, with a specification that surpasses many of her predecessors.
A special version of this semi-custom range, she benefits from many high-end upgrades, most evident in the vessel's interior. The distinctive black-and-white theme is based on the ying-yang symbol. A Chinese sign for complementary opposites, it perfectly sums up the mix of performance and luxury guests experience on this stunning vessel.
She benefits from many high-end upgrades most evident in the interior: fully custom and exclusive Fendi hard furnishings, top of the range Frette linen and design accessories, fully upgraded Bang & Olufsen lifestyle surround sound system throughout and an impressive gold mosaic steam shower and upgraded Jacuzzi in the Master cabin.
Her five en-suite cabins provide generous guest accommodation, there are satellite TV and communication systems throughout.
The fly bridge is vast, yet private and features an upgraded outdoor Jacuzzi with a unique sunbathing area, an enlarged bar for entertaining and a huge dining area for a yacht of this size. There are three different canopy / parasols and a misting system to keep guests comfortable.
She has an impressive exterior lighting including underwater lights throughout.
The engineering systems are upgraded as well- with MTU 2400 16V M93 engines, hydraulic Trac stabilizers and maximum speed of 25 knots. The engine hours are 1447 and the generator hours are 4180. She also has a custom made 16ft Castoldi tender and 2 seadoo jet skis.
She is a truly beautiful yacht and she has a great charter reputation, viewings are highly recommended.
17 500€ per day for Special Events (MIPIM, Cannes Film Festival, Grand Prix Monaco, etc) + VAT + APA