First Sunreef 80 Powercat sold
by Miranda Blazeby
Polish multihull specialist Sunreef Yachts has announced that it has sold the first model of its 80 Sunreef Power catamaran range.
The contract for the first 24 metre multihull yacht has been signed and delivery is slated for late 2019.
Unveiled in May this year, the in-house designed model is intended for long cruises and features “bold, contemporary hull styling,” according to the yard, with stainless steel portlights and ambient lighting.
Key features include a superyacht tender garage and aft platform large enough to house and launch a dinghy and Jet Ski, as well as a number of other water toys.
The catamaran makes use of the 12.1 beam with a full-beam bow terrace, with ample room for sunbathing on deck, and a flybridge big enough to accommodate a spa pool, wet bar and plenty of seating.
The model’s layout is open to customisation. The master suite can sit at the yacht’s bow, with a double bed facing the bow terrace, a dressing room and desk, walk-in shower and skylight glazing. Alternatively, the same space can be used to house a large lounge instead.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests and four crew members, while the engine room can be fitted with either twin 575hp engines or twin 1,200hp engines.
The news follows the launch of the first hull in the Sunreef 80 sailing catamaran range, which was recently photographed undertaking sea trials.