The Sunseeker fleet has long been associated with imaginative styling, dynamic performance and opulent interior finishes. The Camargue 51 is no exception with its sleek lines and luxurious accommodations from stem to stern. You and your guests will notice a distinct air of quality immediately upon stepping aboard. Couple that with a deep-V hull and twin 625 hp engines, and you’ve got one heck of a great ride! This Camargue has been meticulously maintained over the years and comes with major upgrades, including a beautifully refinished interior, brand new canvas enclosure, updated electronics and a hydraulic swim platform that makes dinghy management a breeze. Below decks, you’ll find rich cherry wood cabinetry, soft Ultra-leather furnishings, new hardwood flooring, a galley to die for, two heads with separate showers and a three stateroom layout that comfortably accommodates six adults. The master stateroom forward has a walk-around island queen berth and a luxurious private head with separate shower stall.
Sunseeker quality and styling are evident above decks as well. We think the Camargue 51 has one of the best cockpit configurations out there; lots of comfortable seating, a lounge area with a table, a wet bar with fridge and ice maker, and a large sun pad sitting atop a unique, hydraulically operated “garage” storage compartment large enough to accommodate a small dingy, PWC, SUPs, or any other gear you like to have along, but don’t necessarily want cluttering your deck or swim platform.
Another standout for traditionalists is the teak cockpit flooring. We’re not talking synthetic/composite teak here. This is the real thing. It looks great, feels good to bare feet, and doesn’t get uncomfortably hot in the sun like many of the composite decking products we’ve come across.
A pair of Detroit diesels provides plenty of reliable power and good fuel economy. The engines are monitored and controlled by D.D.E.C (Detroit Diesel Electronic Control) which uses microprocessors to control fuel injection with absolute precision and flexibility. The result is better performance and extended engine life. DDEC uses engine oil and water system sensors to continuously monitor and report abnormal conditions that could lead to major issues if not proactively addressed. Electronic controls also provide automatic engine synchronisation and allow a reduced engine idle speed, a great feature when manoeuvring around docks or passing through low wake areas.
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