The design is still inspired by super-size superyachts with large flying bridges, but with Sunreef’s twist on interior arrangements. Even at “just” 92 feet LOA, the 92 Double Deck should have a 40-square-meter (more than 430-square-foot) flying bridge, devoted to alfresco relaxation. The surprising element of the interior is a mezzanine overlooking the dining area on the main deck. While Sunreef’s in-house design team envisions it to port, the yard will construct it on starboard if an owner so wishes. Either way, the below-decks area gains room for stowage, an extra stateroom, or just a larger stateroom. Three to five guest staterooms can be included, along with two crew cabins.
The owner’s suite is certainly set to be large, occupying two decks fully forward. Work or play can take place on the first level, thanks to an office, gym, and lounge. The bedroom is on the same deck, while the bath and walk-in wardrobe are on the lower level.
While the above-mentioned dining area will accommodate up to 12 people, so, too, will the table in the cockpit. Sunreef plans to additionally outfit the cockpit with sunpads, a tender garage beneath those pads, and storage for dive equipment.
To ensure proper construction and performance, Sunreef consulted with K-Epsilon, a hydrodynamics and aerodynamics firm, and Rivoyre Ingenierie, a design and structural-analysis firm. The three companies analyzed computer-generated models, settling on stepped hull chines for the design. Sunreef will also construct a carbon-fiber mast, like its other models have.