Denise Kurtulus, Vice President Global Marine in Rolls-Royce’s Power Systems division (left) and Andrea Frabetti, CEO of Sunseeker International (right) signed the agreement for the new system at the international Boat Show in Düsseldorf. Photo: Rolls Royce
Rolls-Royce will supply Sunseeker with its Series 2000 engines until at least 2025. This is how the contract was made.
The Rolls-Royce Power Systems division and Sunseeker International signed an agreement for the new system at the current international Boat Show in Düsseldorf.
The signed contract states that Rolls-Royce will supply the British luxury yacht manufacturer Sunseeker with engines from the Man 2000 series until 2025. The agreement includes the delivery of various versions of the latest man yacht engines. However, this is not the first time Rolls-Royce has supplied Sunseeker, for nearly 30 years Rolls-Royce has been Sunseeker’s preferred engine supplier for boats from 20 to 47 meters in length. To date they have delivered over 1,000 individual engines to Sunseeker. Augsburg is one of Rolls-Royce’s locations in Germany.
That’s what the managers say
Rolls-Royce and Sunseeker are very pleased with this partnership. Andrea Frabetti, CEO of Sunseeker International says: “We are delighted to renew and expand our partnership with Rolls-Royce on personal car and automation solutions. For decades we have been developing innovative solutions as well as implementing them for our customers. We are confident that Sunseeker , Rolls-Royce and our customers will benefit from this continued partnership.”
Denise Kurtulus, Vice President Global Marine in the Rolls-Royce Power Systems business unit, is also happy that Sunseeker continues to believe in their man drive and automation solutions and that they are continuing their partnership. He talks about how this agreement is further proof that one’s solutions set the benchmark for yacht propulsion systems.