Bridging the gap between its 70 Sunreef Power semi-custom catamaran and its fully custom power catamarans, Sunreef Yachts now has the 85 Sunreef Power semi-custom model.
As the name suggests, the all-fiberglass megayacht measures 84’10” (25.9 meters) LOA. Because of the space advantages of a catamaran design, beam is a voluminous 37 feet (11.3 meters). Sunreef intends the main deck to make the most of this space, including not just the saloon and dining areas (inside and out), but also the master stateroom. Few megayachts in this size range have on-deck masters. Even among them, none boast the same beam as the 85 Sunreef Power.
In addition, Sunreef is offering a variety of layouts. You can opt for a day head aft in the saloon to port or starboard, handy for guests enjoying the aft-deck sunpad and dining area. Or, skip the day head and just have a bar accompany the traditional saloon seating. Yet another idea: have an informal dining area join the seating.
One idea sure to please is the mini beach club. While the official press rendering here does not show it, along the aft section of the 85 Sunreef Power, there is a full-beam, teak-lined platform just below the sunpad. Sunreef created it to give guests an extra place to enjoy an anchorage. (Draft is a skinny-water-friendly 5’6”, or 1.7 meters, so plenty of anchorages await.) The mini beach club is also a good spot to await the tender and toys, stowed in a garage, being launched by the crew. Sunreef says additional equipment like dive bottles and gear and even SeaBobs can be stowed here.
Speaking of guests, like Sunreef’s other catamarans, the guest staterooms (three in total) are below decks, split between the two hulls. The master head is also below decks, accessed via stairs to port from the stateroom. Crew cabins occupy the hulls as well, as does the galley.
Sunreef plans to offer the 85 Sunreef Power with a variety of engine packages from 600 to 1,360 hp. Estimated speeds aren’t available, though fuel capacity will be 6,340 gallons (24,000 liters).
Hull number one is set for delivery toward the end of 2013.
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UPDATE, OCTOBER 1, 2012: Sunreef formally presented the design to the public for the first time at the just-concluded Cannes and Monaco boat shows, with the renderings below. It expects to sign at least one contract by the end of the year. The yard’s management team believes the spacious feel akin to motoryachts, combined with the stability advantages of a catamaran, make the megayacht attractive to most potential clients.