Sunreef Yachts has unveiled a new 46 metre trimaran concept, the 150 Sunreef Power Trimaran.
The boat is a smaller and more intimate version of the 210 Sunreef Power Trimaran introduced in 2013.
The 150’s three hulls offer a spacious interior of 370m² over two decks, including two exclusive open terraces. The boat can be heavily customised inside, with various interior layouts available. The proposed layout offers enough space to accommodate eight to 10 guests in four 20m² cabins, each with a panoramic view via private balconies. Also featured would be a 100m² saloon with separate dining and lounging areas. Guests would be served by up to nine crew members.
The 45m² master suite is located in the bow section of the yacht and includes an en-suite his and hers bathroom. There is also a private lounge and access to a private 18m² deck that Sunreef is calling a dream terrace.
The boat’s 19 metre beam gives massive accommodation space and Sunreef have also worked hard to include plenty of storage space in every square inch of the three hulls. The forepeak section houses a dinghy garage with sliding side doors, while there is one at the stern for water toys.
It’s the second big concept launch from Sunreef in as many months, after Boat International reported on the new Sunreef Power 115 catamaran superyacht concept.
The 35 metre cat boasts a beam of 13.8 metres and living space of 680 metres squared. The draft is just 1.7 metres. The tri-deck Sunreef has been created by the Polish yard’s Gdansk-based in-house team and is a continuation of the Sunreef Power 90 which was unveiled in 2013.