Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has detailed its new 24-metre (79-foot) catamaran, the Sunreef 80 Power.
Side rendering of the Sunreef 80 Power.
Rendering of the catamaran's interior.
Rendering of the Sunreef 80 Power's stern.
Sunreef 80 Power's tender garage.
An ideal shallow-water motor yacht with a maximum draught of just 1.25 metres, the Sunreef 80 Power features in-house design from the multihull experts, with chic exterior lines, stainless steel detailing, high bulwarks and tasteful ambient lighting.
Key features include a tender garage big enough for a dinghy, Jet Ski and a variety of other water toys.
Her interior houses an expansive main deck saloon that takes advantage of a 12.1-metre beam, as well as a full-beam bow terrace boasting bountiful space to relax in the sun. She will also be able to be fitted with a selection of optional details on the upper deck, including a waterfall-fed spa pool, bar area, retractable hardtop and customisable seating arrangements.
On-board accommodation will be for up to 12 guests and four crew memberss, and power will come from either twin 575hp engines or twin 1,200hp engines, with the latter benefitting from 8,000-litre diesel fuel tanks.
The Polish yard is currently working on a number of projects, including the Sunreef 80 collection of sailing catamarans – the first two hulls in this range are set to launch before the end of 2018.
For more information, visit Sunreef Yachts.