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Sunreef release 26m power-cat details

We now have more details of the new 85 Sunreef Power (as featured back in July here), the Polish yard's new power-cat.

The main idea of the concept is to stress the space that catamarans offer thanks to their large beam, and to arrange this space in the similar way as on ordinary motoryachts. This means one huge main deck spanning the entire beam and housing dining and lounging areas, with both exterior aft deck and the saloon a large communal space. The generously-sized master cabin is located in the front on the same level. The flybridge will include helm station and two lounging areas (inside and outside) while the foredeck will comprise sun pads and Jet Ski storage. Guest cabins with private bathrooms and crew quarters with direct access to the galley and storage will be located within the hulls.

This space arrangement should please owners who demand motoryacht design and layout, combined with the advantages catamarans offer: stability, extended living and storage space, comfortable cruising, low draft, low fuel consumption, and tans-oceanic range.

Design wise, the 85 Sunreef Power's interior is light and minimalist, with modular furniture on the main deck and on the flybridge, allowing various configurations, whereas the built-in furniture will only be used within the hulls. At the stern there is a beach club platform, typical for motoryachts.

With two 1800hp engines and 20,000-litre fuel capacity, the Sunreef should be capable of nearly 3000 nautical miles at 12 knots, and have a maximum speed of 30 knots.

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