Adding to its already-growing fleet and range of sizes of both sailing and power multi-hulls, Sunreef Yachts is offering two new megayachts—emphasis on “mega.” The first is the Sunreef 165 Ultimate, a sailing cat, while the second is the Sunreef 210 Trimaran, a triple-hulled power craft.
The Sunreef 165 Ultimate (above), as her name suggests, measures 165 feet (50.35 meters) and, thanks to her twin hulls, has an ample beam of 52’5” (16 meters). The megayacht is meant for buyers who enjoy the trip as much as arriving at the destination. The nearly 13,240-square-foot (1,230-square-meter) upwind sail area should appeal to multi-hull clients intent on crisscrossing many an ocean, as several Sunreef customers have already done, and continue to do. The shipyard anticipates speeds in the 25-knot range will be possible. While the 10’8” (3.3-meter) draft will prevent accessing skinny-water regions, a tender, stowed in one of two garages, can ferry everyone to and from shore.
In terms of creature comforts, the Sunreef 165 Ultimate offers a forward owner’s suite occupying 614 square feet (57 square meters), equipped with a gym and private access to a wide-open deck area, shown here. Guests will be treated to either one or two main-deck VIP staterooms, depending on layout choice, as well as cabins in the port-side hull. A total of 12 in the owner’s party and 10 crewmembers, the latter housed in the starboard-side hull, can stay onboard.
Sure to be appreciated: the indoor-outdoor nature of the Ultimate 165’s main deck. The sliding glass doors separating the saloon from the aft deck can open fully and tuck away. In addition, since there are no bulkheads separating the saloon (which contains a bar) from the dining room, the 1,453-square-foot (135-square-meter), open space should feel even more open.
As for the 210 Power Trimaran (above), the idea came straight from a prospective customer. Sunreef has striven to make the most of the usable space, having the megayacht offer 10,226 square feet (950 square meters) of living area. To put it into perspective, the 210 Trimaran will have a beam of 77’10” (23.5 meters). That should be plenty comfortable for an owner’s party of 14 and crew total of 18.
Since the potential client is performance-oriented, the 210 Trimaran promises some impressive numbers. Powered by quadruple 1,635-hp MTU 12V 2000 M84s, the megayacht should see a cruise speed of 20 knots and top end of 30 knots. Best-cruise range comes a few knots lower than 20 knots: 5,000 nautical miles. Equally noteworthy, the 210 Trimaran will have a shallow draft of 5’4” (1.65 meters).
Of course, performance is just part of the equation. The 210 Trimaran boasts abundant areas for entertaining and relaxing, including a dining area on the bridge deck and, just aft of it, what Sunreef terms a “king terrace.” Visible in the illustration below, it’s a balcony-like alfresco area with views out over the swim platform and beyond. An elevator will take guests from all internal decks up to this level.
The rest of the megayacht’s interior is also promising. The 210 Trimaran offers multiple options for the saloon to be arranged, which lies just beyond the expanse of floor-to-ceiling glass on the main deck. In keeping with new regulations, six guest staterooms also are situated on the main deck, equipped with balconies. Of course, the owner gets the best accommodations of all, complete with two offices/studies and a private forward terrace. All crew accommodations are below and further have direct access to the toy garage. Additional tenders for guests and the crew are stowed in the foredeck.
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