A 24.4-metre 80 Sunreef Sail currently under construction has been sold by Max Bulley of Y.CO.
Built in GRP composite at Sunreef Yachts in Poland, this is the fourth Sunreef 80 Sail to be sold by Y.CO in recent months. Design and naval architecture is by Sunreef Yachts, with delivery scheduled for 2025.
Space and stability, combined with the feel-good factor of using wind energy, seems to be appealing to Y.CO's younger clientele. The broker confirmed that there is "strong demand for these innovative, efficient, multi-hull yachts. The Sunreef 80 Sail offers impressive onboard space and excellent stability and will feature a hybrid night mode, allowing it to be emissions-free overnight."
Accommodating up to eight guests in four cabins, two in each hull with double beds placed athwartships facing the windows, the master also has a walk-in wardrobe and larger en suite bathroom. The saloon, referred to as the "central living space", provides panoramic views and true inboard-outboard people flow, thanks to openings directly onto the aft deck dining area and foredeck terrace.
The flybridge rivals sundecks of larger superyachts, stretching to 54 square metres. The helmsman has a commanding view from up here when cruising along in a breeze or manoeuvring into port.
Exterior living is encouraged with a Jacuzzi, wet bar, barbecue, ample sunpads and a degree of shade under the hard bimini. The sailing catamaran market is rapidly growing as many visitors to the Cannes Yachting Festival will have witnessed and Sunreef has built a strong following. Engine options range from twin 225 to 280hp.
Asking price is upon application and the sale price for this project is undisclosed.