If having 4,661 square feet (433 square meters) of living space on your sailing yacht appeals to you, the Sunreef 100 should pique your interest. The project is the latest sailing catamaran from Sunreef Yachts.
The immense square footage comes within a length of 96 feet (29.26 meters) and a beam of 42 feet (12.83 meters). Designed entirely in house, from naval architecture to interior layout, the Sunreef 100 comes from the same origins as the Sunreef 80 as well as three smaller models.
Given her dimensions, the sailing superyacht offers plenty of alfresco space for private time or parties with friends and family. For example, the beamy bow features two large sunpads. Walkaround decks let your guests flow easily from the main aft deck to the sunpads, so that your party can spread out. As for the main aft deck, most clients will request a dining area. Sunreef has taken the liberty of including a handy day head to port here, too, within the deckhouse.
It’s also taken the liberty of including two long skylights in the fixed hardtop over the flying bridge. Considering so many cruisers spend the majority of their time outside, it’s a way to keep everyone happy without too much sun exposure. The layout possibilities for the flying bridge may have you choosing this area over the main deck as well. For instance, a vast U-shape settee can stretch fully from port to starboard along the aft end. It’s well positioned for spotting dolphins or approaching shores. Furthermore, a handy grill and wetbar keep your guests refreshed. Since twin pedestal helms are forward, you and your crew can review what to do when you arrive at your next destination. That might include launching the two PWCs that can stow in the toy garage, and using the hydraulic swim platform.
Naturally, given the LOA and Sunreef Yachts’ tradition, the Sunreef 100 offers several ways to personalize the interior. Up to 12 people in your party can stay aboard, with staterooms spread across the twin hulls. You can forego one of the staterooms for a spa, a gym, or an office instead. Whatever you choose, you get a private stairway for your stateroom, as do your guests. The crew have a dedicated stairway as well. It leads to the galley and crew mess combo, along with two cabins. Optionally, a third crew cabin can go in the port-side bow.
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