MOTOR YACHT CASINO ROYALE
The 108-foot (32.91m) Predator CASINO ROYALE was built by Sunseeker in 2004 and featured in the James Bond movie by the same name. Renowned for style, craftsmanship and attention to detail, each room on board CASINO ROYALE is as impressive as the last. Her performance is staggering; three 16-cylinder MTU diesel engines totaling 6,000hp enable CASINO ROYALE to reach up to 45 knots.
Thanks to iconic styling and unmistakable design, it is possible to recognize a Sunseeker at a glance. Step on board CASINO ROYALE and you are greeted by sleek teak decks that flow into the large salon, where it is used decoratively. The spacious salon features roof windows with an impressive nine feet of head room, which creates an airy feel. This feature allows guests to enjoy formal dining underneath the stars due to the retractable roof. CASINO ROYALE boasts plush accommodation and colossal entertainment spaces, all complemented above deck by a huge range of integral leisure options.
Motor yacht CASINO ROYALE can accommodate eight guests in four staterooms; all are located on the lower deck. The lower deck can be accessed by heading down the stairs, which lead you straight into a study/lounge area — part of the master suite. The master has a double bed, as does the VIP, which is located in the bow. The master stateroom embodies timeless elegance; it is outfitted with the finest leather, marble and fabrics combined with perfect lightning creating comfortable and refined space. The bathroom aft features a full-size tub and shower; on the opposite side is a walk-in closet. Forward are the two twin staterooms. All guest staterooms are equipped with en-suite marble bathrooms and Hypnos Mattresses.
Luxury yacht CASINO ROYALE’s triple MTU engines coupled with Arneson Surface Drives provides ample power. Opulence, performance and stunning beauty place the Sunseeker Predator 108 CASINO ROYALE in a class of her own. The raking bow, adorned by the stainless-steel anchors, speaks of performance. She also has a huge swim platform to provide a cover for the Arneson drives underneath. There is a garage in the stern large enough to hold watertoys and space for a Jet Ski.
In 2016, CASINO ROYALE underwent a two-phase extensive refit that lasted for six months and cost approximately 1.5 million euro. The first phase was finished in Malta by April 2016. In the second phase, more than 450 items were listed and replaced, rectified or upgraded in final reports. The second phase began in autumn 2016 in STP Shipyard in Mallorca and lasted almost three months under a supervision of Palmawatch.