December 21, 2013

Project: Sunreef 90 Power

The new 90 Sunreef Power is a truly revolutionary concept of a catamaran super yacht, another milestone coming from this Polish builder. The main idea of the concept is to stress the superb space that catamarans offer thanks to their large beam and to arrange this space in the similar way as on motor yachts. This means one huge main deck spanning the entire beam and housing dining and lounging areas, in both exterior aft deck and inside the saloon that all together create a seamless, open space. The generously sized master cabin is located in the front on the same level. The flybridge will include helm station and two lounging areas;  inside and outside, while the frontal intimate terrace on the main deck will comprise sun pads and jet skis. Guest cabins with private bathrooms and crew quarters with direct access to the galley and storage will be located within the hulls. This space arrangement will certainly please demanding clientele that can enjoy a favorite motor yacht design and layout combined with catamaran advantages such as stability, extended living and storage space, comfort of cruising, low draft, low fuel consumption and oceanic range.  Design wise, the 90 Sunreef Power is a modern looking, streamlined vessel with a curvy line that makes it look like a truly sporty yacht. Interior design is meant to be light and minimalist with modular furniture on the main deck and on the flybridge allowing many configurations whereas the built-in furniture one will be installed only within the hulls. Standard layout offers owners stateroom on the main deck, three guest cabins, and two crew room. On the aft, an interesting solution was found to create a beach club platform. This platform will allow guests to stay down by the sea level at anchor and at lower speeds and will make easy accessing all water toys and tender stored in the aft dinghy garage.  Power is twin 1600 or 1800hp engines, which couple to a total 20000 liters fuel capacity and an economic cruise of 12 knots should give a 2900 nautical mile range.

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