You can use the Sunseeker Hawk 38 as a full-on boat or as a tender. Either way, it offers high-speed roams on the water.

Underneath the sleek body there are twin Mercury R400 outboard motors that’s got enough power to make it zoom as fast as 62 knots, or 70 mph across the water. At a whopping 38 feet in length, it’s on the larger side. But that means you have plenty of space onboard, including, even, a sunbathing area.

The U-shaped seating, which faces the aft, features a quick-release table. Perfect for al fresco dining and quick card games as you wade across great lakes. Forward-facing seats are also available, located behind the helm.

Speaking of the helm, you’ll be please to know there’s a Simrad navigation system built-in. Paired with Mercury Racing Digital Zero Effort throttles, speed and performance are of no concern here, obviously. The hull has been optimized to include the latest outboard engine technology. That means a handful of performance benefits and low-cost maintenance for boat owners.

Finally, the Sunseeker Hawk 38 comes with a choice of paint finishes and upholstery. There are plenty of customization options to make sure no two Hawk 38 units will ever be alike. Here’s Sunseeker CEO Christian Marti on the Hawk 38:

“Now is the perfect time for a high-performance day boat, designed engineered and built to exacting standards; the all-new Hawk 38 will deliver an experience like nothing else in the market.”

If the Hawk 38 isn’t your cup of tea, you can check out Sunseeker’s Sport Yacht, Predator, or Mahantaan on its website.


Photos courtesy of Sunseeker