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FREE WILLI


Great attention has been paid to this stunning Predator 84 sports yacht.


Te specification and layout and the luxurious contemporary design offers spacious accommodation for eight guests in four cabins or twelve guests on a day charter. Every detail of this vessel cannot fail to please the most demanding of guests.


‘Free Willi’ is definitely one of the most outstanding Predator 84s ever built.


Te accommodation with its flow-through aft cockpit and main saloon features two stairways to the lower deck. One aft to the crew quarters and galley – where the chef (part of a crew of three) will prepare your favourite dishes and the second stairway to the four beautifully appointed guest cabins.


Te designer-owner of this vessel paid the most scrupulous attention to every aspect of her specification and design. Te contemporary interior appointments are luxurious and beautiful throughout with every comfort at your disposal.


‘Free Willi’ can accommodate eight guests in four cabins - a master aft stateroom, a forward VIP stateroom and two double/twin guest cabins, all accessed by a central lobby.


Te superb standard of equipment is reflected in the B&O audio equipment, plasma TVs in the saloon


and DVD/VCR. All cabins have plasma TVs and stereo/CD/DVD.


Operating out of the South of France and Italy you and your guests will be able to fully enjoy this gorgeous coastline.


With the range of water toys on board – a Williams jet tender, waterskis, donut, two seabobs, two jet skis and snorkelling gear, you and your guests will be kept entertained.


‘Free Willi’ can also be chartered for a day for up to twelve guests with a crew of three and offers a stunning opportunity to experience the ultimate in sports yacht design.


Sunseeker Predator 84 ITALY & SOUTH OF FRANCE


FREE WILLI


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