Sunseeker’s Manhattan 60 had a dashing, sporty aesthetic. The flybridge yacht seemed more express cruiser in profile and had an open floor plan with two salon lounge sections. The forward area with two curved settees had a passageway in between, leading to the single-seat helm to starboard. The aft seating had a table that opened for formal dining.
Belowdecks were three staterooms, including a full-beam master and three heads.
At press time, we found 11 Manhattan 60s for sale, ranging from $753,000 to $1.45 million.
From the Archive
“With the wind blowing at 25 knots, it was a good day to test the seagoing ability. … Even in the strong winds, low-speed handling was positive and true, aided considerably by the powerful bow thruster. The 900 hp MAN diesels run smoothly and are installed with the drive taken through a V-drive gearbox and then aft to conventional propellers in semi-tunnels.” — Yachting, October 2007