The Cannes Yachting Festival in September will be customers’ first chance to step onboard the 80 Sunreef Power. While hull number one premieres there, a few hulls are already on order. Sunreef is showing off what a few of these customers have requested in terms of the interior layouts and designs, to pique further interest.
Sunreef announced the multiple-layout series in May of last year. In fact, the 79-foot (23.95-meter) mega cat, with a 40-foot (12.1-meter) beam, provides about a dozen arrangements between the main deck and lower deck. For instance, you can have a main-deck master suite, leading out to the forward alfresco relaxation area. Alternately, like the first few customers are doing, you can devote nearly all of the main deck to socializing. The illustrations above and below reveal their choices. While the helm additionally sits forward, to starboard, keeping it open to the saloon and dining areas keep the captain engaged in conversations about where they’re heading next.
Like the owner of the 80 Sunreef Power depicted above, you can include a bar in the saloon/dining area. Yet another customer wants an open galley on the main deck, too. Regardless, in each of these cases, the master and guest staterooms all go below decks, four in total. In addition, crew gets housed in the port-side hull, though there’s the option for another crew cabin in the starboard hull’s forepeak.
If the dozen or so interior configurations are just not enough, consider this. Sunreef has several different paint jobs available for the 80 Sunreef Power. Be as bold as you want, since the mega cat should see approximately 22 knots at top speed with the most powerful engine package. They develop 1,200 hp; twin 575-hp engines are available as well. Either way, the 4’1” (1.25-meter) draft is shallow enough to put the Bahamas at your disposal.
Click each of the images immediately above to check out a few more looks of the new catamaran.
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