Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has delivered its first 100 Sunreef Power catamaran, which has now been named Shimali.
At 29.95 metres in length, Shimali is the largest power catamaran delivered by Sunreef to date and was first revealed in August 2021 when she was launched in Gdansk, Poland.
The first 100 Sunreef Power combines a dark grey hull with rose gold superstructure and was pictured undertaking sea trials in the Baltic Sea.
Designed in-house, Shimali is powered by twin 1300HP engines for a transatlantic range. Key features include a large relaxation area on the main deck accompanied by a custom-designed bar with the galley found forward of the saloon. A gym with ocean views and access to the forward terrace is also found on the main deck.
The interior design is described as reflecting the "classic" taste of the owner, with features including oak veneers, rose quartz, brass and custom-built cabinetry. The "homelike" styling flows into the guest accommodation, which comprises five large en suite cabins for a total of 10 guests.
The master cabin is located in the port hull and includes a king size bed with a bathroom bedecked in black and white tiling. A VIP cabin joins the master cabin in the port hull while the three remaining guest cabins are found in the starboard hull.
Thanks to the generous 13.5m beam, the 100 Sunreef Power boasts large living areas, including a massive flybridge with a bar, dining table and custom spa pool.
This area can also be transformed into an outdoor cinema with a high quality audio system, projector and screen. A second al fresco dining area and bar are found in the stern cockpit.
Elsewhere, a large hydraulic platform is found aft alongside the tender garage which is large enough to hold two jet skis, a refueling station and plenty of water toys.
Crew accommodation comprises three crew cabins, with two located in the bow part of the hulls and one aft.
The 100 Sunreef Power is the second largest model in the shipyard's range of power catamarans with the larger, 49 metre Sunreef Power currently under construction at the Sunreef shipyard in Gdansk.
Construction is now underway on a second 100 Sunreef Power after the shipyard signed an order earlier this month.