A small superyacht that offers about a dozen different interior configurations may sound like impossibility. But, Sunreef Yachts makes it possible with the 80 Sunreef Power, and the owners of Aria are the first to put it to the test. This flexibility in design is what makes the power catamaran all the more attractive.
Sunreef Yachts has invited customers to choose interior decor and cabin configurations for many years. However, Aria shows just how individualized, and far more customized, customers can get with the multiple multihull layouts. For instance, the owners of Aria decided on just three staterooms, including the master. In addition, all three staterooms sit within the starboard hull. If that isn’t enough for you, you can add another stateroom. Furthermore, you can move your master to the main deck. You can make it quite the master, too, with direct access out onto a cozy alfresco area.
The owners of Aria still have a light and airy stateroom below decks. It’s thanks to a large rectangular port, directly opposite the foot of the bed. This way, the owners can wake up to wonderful views every morning.
This additionally frees up the entire main deck for relaxing, entertaining, and socializing. As you’ll see in the photo gallery below, the open-plan layout means sunlight spills in from all sides to the saloon and dining areas. Since a helm station sits fully forward to starboard, guests can ask the captain about the next destinations as well. It makes for a more relaxed overall atmosphere, and keeps the helm from feeling confined.
The flying bridge on Aria is certainly not confined, either. Big sunpads invite the owners and guests to stretch out. They also have use of a hot tub and a bar, sure to be popular while the weather remains warm. Toys (Aria totes a PWC) stow in a garage below, with their own launching system, freeing up the flying bridge even more.
Aria has twin 1,200-hp engines, the highest horsepower Sunreef offers for the 80 Sunreef Power. She therefore should see a 22-knot top end and a 15-knot cruising speed. Click any of the images above for a better look at this 40-foot-beam (12.1-meter-beam) mega cat.
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