The Manhattan 64 is one of the most popular Sunseeker yachts ever produced. With her triple salon windows and a sculpted form, the 64 is a study in modern yacht design when she was introduced in 2001. Built on a deep-V hull with a wide beam and propeller tunnels, her three-stateroom interior is notable in that the galley is aft in the salon rather than forward—an exceedingly practical design that makes the galley much more accessible from the cockpit. Forward of the salon and up a couple of steps is the lower helm, which is small, as well as a very spacious dining/conversation area with facing settees and a panoramic view of the outdoors. The interior is lavishly appointed and features an opulent full-beam master stateroom, three full heads and a comfortable VIP cabin forward. Crew quarters are aft, accessed from the transom, and the flybridge features a wet bar, lounge seating, and a dinette. The aft cockpit is massive and offers the alfresco lifestyle expected in a vessel of this class. A foredeck sun pad, bow thruster, twin transom doors, hydraulic passerelle, and lower helm deck door are standard. MAN 1050hp diesels cruise the Manhattan 64 in the mid 20s (28–30 knots top).