James Bond addicted? How to find an original Sunseeker Superhawk 34


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Sunseeker Superhawk 34

Do you remember the 1999 James Bond movie The World Is Not Enough? The one with Pierce Brosnan as James Bond and Sophie Marceau who plays Elektra King with Michael Apted in the control room. The initial scene has been impressed in the memories of many fans of the most famous spy in cinema. There are two boats chasing each other up and down the Thames in London: one is the little Q Boat with Mr Bond at the helm (and often the stuntman Gary Powell). The other is a Sunseeker Superhawk 34, a cult British shipyard boat.

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How much for Sunseeker Superhawk 34?

Cheaper than you think. We did some research and on the portal Sunseeker Italy we found two models for sale, in the UK of course, which cost about 70,000/90,000 pounds. That is 80/100 thousand euros.

Not too much for one of the most famous boats in the history of cinema to which the indisputable qualities of the British shipyard are added. Those are boats from the late 90s and so they are about twenty years old. Pay attention to the conditions!

The Sunseeker Superhawk 34 is a boat a little longer than 10 meters, fast as you can see in the video and ideal for the conditions in the Mediterranean Sea. Obviously you should then add up all the various and possible related to transfer costs, taxes, etc.. But from James Bond fans you can expect this and more!

The video just released of the opening scene of the film:


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