When Sunreef Yachts announced the 85 Sunreef Power last summer, naturally it showed initial profile renderings and layout options for the semi-custom megayacht to current and potential clients. Based on their feedback, Sunreef Yachts has changed the megayacht model to the 90 Sunreef Power, featuring larger overall living spaces and a wider beam.
How much wider? Try seven feet (2.13 meters), added to the already-commodious initial 37-foot (11.3-meter) beam, thanks to the catamaran configuration. That in turn increases the total square footage of the 90 Sunreef Power to just shy of 5,619 square feet (522 square meters), up from nearly 4,575 square feet (425 square meters). The megayacht now also has fold-down balconies, something typically not seen on a project of her LOA.
The extra space aboard the 90 Sunreef Power also benefits stowage, as you’d expect. This extends to toy stowage, some of you will no doubt be pleased to note. A PWC with its own crane can now sit adjacent to a main-deck sunning space. More sunning/lounging space is on the flying bridge, too.
Not everything has changed with the 90 Sunreef Power, of course. The megayacht will still have good alfresco spaces, five different ones in total, from the aft main deck to the flying bridge. Sunreef Yachts will allow buyers to customize interior design and layout as usual, too. Even with all three guest staterooms below decks, Sunreef Yachts can position them as you wish. Sunreef only uses built-in furnishings in the hulls, so the ample main deck’s saloon and dining area, as well as the on-deck master, can be arranged a variety of ways. One owner may want a day head in an aft corner, for example, accessible from the aft deck as easily as from inside, while another may want a bar/galley setup.
Further unchanged is the inclusion of a beach club (above), a full-beam, teak-lined platform just below the sunpad. It forms when the transom folds down. The mini beach club is also a good spot to board the tender and toys stowed in the garage or, as mentioned above, forward on the main deck.
Draft is still a skinny-water-friendly 5’6”, or 1.7 meters, making the 90 Sunreef Power a megayacht that can poke into many anchorages. Sunreef has changed the variety of engine packages, from 600 to 1,360 hp, to 1,800 hp. That, with 6,340 gallons (24,000 liters) of fuel, should permit transatlantic range. Sunreef also says the 90 Sunreef Power will be capable of a 30-knot top end.