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Sunreef Power 85 becomes Sunreef Power 90 due to client input

Sunreef Yachts recently presented plans for its new motoryacht, the 85 Sunreef Power. According to the yard, 'the interest for this new concept has been overwhelming from the side of the clients and current Sunreef owners, who submitted useful feedback after first sketches were released'. The result of this feedback has persuaded the yard to increase of size of the boat to 90 feet in length and add an additional 7ft in width. This will increase the total living space to 522 square metrers, an impressive volume for a 90ft yacht.

A single large main deck will span the entire beam, housing dining and lounging areas for 10 people in both the aft deck and inside the saloon, to create a seamless, open space. The generously-sized master cabin is located in the front on the same level with a panoramic glass windows and a 180-degree view.

The flybridge will include the helm station and two lounge areas (inside and outside), while at the front of the main deck will be a jet ski with its crane and sun pads. The flybridge will be accessed from the cockpit through enclosed stairs. Guest cabins with private bathrooms and crew quarters with direct access to the galley and storage will be located within the hulls. A beach club has been created aft, to allow guests to be close to sea level at anchor and low speeds, and provides easy access to all water toys and tenders stored in the aft dinghy garage.

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