Specifications of Sunseeker Hawk 38

The powerboat Sunseeker Hawk 38 is produced by the brand Sunseeker since 2019. Sunseeker Hawk 38 is a 11.85 meters speed boat with a draft of 0.80 meters which can reach up to 62 knots. The powerboat with fiberglass / grp hull has CE certification class (C) and can go along the coastline, on rivers and canals. The base price of new Sunseeker Hawk 38 is £550.0 thousand.

Length
11.85m  / 38' 11"
Width
3.01m  / 9' 11"
Draft
0.80m  / 2' 8"
Tonnage
Fuel capacity, l
700
Water tank, l
100
Max. people
Bathrooms
1
Engines and performance
Engine options
outborad 2 x 400 л.с. Mercury Verado 400R
Cruising Speed, уз.
21
Max Speed, уз.
62
Classification
CE class
C – Coastline
Hull type
Center console boat
Hull material
Fiberglass / GRP
Design
Designer / Minimalistic / High-Tech
Aim of usage
Joyriding
Manufacturer's data
Builder
Country of origin
Great Britain
Series
Performance
Model
Hawk 38
Release period
from 2019

Videos about Sunseeker Hawk 38

Video reviews, room tours, and tests powerboat Sunseeker Hawk 38 from the manufacturer and independent experts. Videos from presentations, exhibitions and shooting on the water.

Официальный трейлер Sunseeker Hawk 38

SunseekerIntl 05.07.2019

Documents for Sunseeker Hawk 38

In this section, you can download a brochure, a price list with a list of available options, a standard specification, graphs and tables from test drives, or scans of articles about the Sunseeker Hawk 38 model.

Price
from £550,000
Ex Works, standard
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