Private cruises are on the itinerary for the happy owner of the new Sunreef 80 Gija. The sailing catamaran is currently in Northern European waters, having seen delivery just in recent weeks.
Gija, as her model name suggests, measures 80 feet (24.4 meters), with an elbowroom-friendly 37’7” (11.5-meter) beam, thanks to her twin hulls. In fact, those twin hulls provide an impressive 3,659 square feet (340 square meters) of dining, sleeping, and lounging space.
As seen below, the main deck follows an open floor plan, which further makes for great crew and guest interaction. The helm sits fully forward, in proximity to the dining area and saloon. Though you may not realize it, the galley is here, too. It’s an island setup, with a wine refrigerator, centrally located for simple service whether the owner and guests are indoors or enjoying the aft deck. In fact, the aft deck, as seen at top, has an attractive alfresco dining corner. It contains a wet bar as well.
The latest in the Sunreef 80 series, which saw another delivery, Gaya, before the end of last year, boasts desirable outdoor areas elsewhere. Up top, for instance, the flying bridge beckons with big sunbeds. There’s no need to go below for meals, either, due to a barbecue here. Back on the main deck, meanwhile, the saloon yields access to a foredeck terrace, between the hulls.
Speaking of the hulls, all staterooms, including the master, are contained within them. Gija has a three-stateroom configuration, with the master and one guest stateroom to starboard. Even though the two guest cabins are separate, they’re identical in size and design. The light greys characterizing the common areas above characterize the master, too, especially the en suite bath. Bold purples mix in as well.
Interestingly, Gija has a slightly larger mainsail than other Sunreef 80 deliveries. It’s more than 2,292 square feet (213 square meters).
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