Six years after the Double Deck catamaran debuted, Sunreef Yachts is building a new member of the fleet. She’s the Sunreef 88 Double Deck. She also marks the Polish builder’s sixth megayacht signed so far.
“Double Deck” in “88 Double Deck” references the voluminous-feeling interior. There’s a cozy mezzanine area tucked to one side forward, akin to a mini-lounge. It’s a few steps up from the dining area, and opposite the nav station. The master stateroom, farther forward on the main deck, spans two levels. The sleeping area benefits from views out over the trampoline. A dressing area and the en suite head are down below, one in each of the hulls.
Sunreef says the buyer of the 88 Double Deck is tailoring all aspects of the interior, and systems, to his particular preferences. There are no details on the number of staterooms, nor the decor. But, Sunreef does say that more than 3,229 square feet (300 square meters) of living space will be at the owner’s and guests’ disposal. That includes the, as Sunreef puts it, “immense” flying bridge. Guests can go from sunning (on sunpads spanning the entire beam aft) to dining all afternoon long up here. Also up here: a helm station, certain to be the one getting the lion’s share of use.
For a sense of what we can expect in terms of the 88’s guest capacity, consider the general arrangement of the Sunreef 82 Double Deck. A VIP and a convertible twin stateroom are aboard. A third cabin with a Pullman is set aside for crew, though the 82’s owner likes to handle operational duties, too.
Certainly, alfresco areas aboard the 88 Double Deck will include a capacious cockpit. Her smaller sister has an area large enough for dining, lounging, and sunning.
The 88 Double Deck debuts next year, with delivery in summertime.