Sunreef Yachts is among the few multihull builders in the megayacht market, and even fewer in the power segment. To keep its smaller boat owners in the family, plus get the attention of other customers looking to step up, it’s just added the 80 Sunreef Power. Besides offering the space and performance advantages of a catamaran, she offers an impressive amount of flexibility in design.
Since all catamarans are beamy, the 80 Sunreef Power does not disappoint. In fact, from hull to hull, she spans nearly 40 full feet (12.1 meters). This is on a nearly 79-foot (23.95-meter) LOA, too. In turn, this makes the aft deck dining and relaxing space look and feel more than ample. It also lends the same to the forward terrace-like area over the hulls. Here, you’ll find settees and tables along with sunpads. Additional alfresco areas await on the flying bridge, which can include a hot tub if you so wish. A bar is standard.
Where the 80 Sunreef Power surprises, though, is in the interior layouts. Between the main deck and lower deck, there are nearly 12 choices. For instance, sure to be popular, buyers can opt for a main-deck master stateroom. Equally enticing, it has direct access out to the forward terrace. With this arrangement, you can have three guest staterooms below deck, all in the starboard hull. The port-side hull, meanwhile, includes the galley and a crew cabin. Additional crew can go in the optional forepeak cabin to starboard.
If you’d rather devote the entire main deck to socializing, you can. The 80 Sunreef Power puts a sizable dining table inside, with varying seating arrangements. The galley can also go on this deck, in an open layout making it more like a show kitchen.
Regardless of how you arrange the interior, the 80 Sunreef Power can tote your toys. The tender garage sits between her hulls, able to hold a PWC or dinghy.
Finally, the multihull makes getting where you want to go as leisurely as you wish. A handful of engine options exist, from twin 575-hp diesels to 1,200-hp diesels. Sunreef says the 1,200-hp engines should allow 15 knots of cruising speed and about a 22-knot max speed. And, with a draft of 4’1” (1.25 meters), plenty of shallow ports are reachable.