First look: 150 Sunreef Power catamaran concept
by Risa Merl
Sunreef Yachts expands it motor yacht range with a new concept for its 150 Sunreef Power.
The 46 metre power catamaran has a sporty yet streamlined exterior style and offers a wealth of living space thanks to the beamy multihull design.
Sunreef says that the total living space will be almost 1,000 square metres across four levels – from the hulls and main deck to the upper deck and flybridge. The main deck will feature an open saloon and dining room as standard, while sliding glass doors open up to the cockpit. Retractable balconies on either side enlarge the main saloon further.
An excellent al fresco entertaining area is the front terrace, while 95 square metre flybridge has a Jacuzzi. A garage at the aft stores the tender and water toys.
The master suite will enjoy a prime position on the upper deck, taking in 360-degree views and having direct access to the cockpit below. The layout of the hulls can be customised to suit the owner. For instance, they can be had with a galley down arrangement and a separate entrance for crew, as well as holding guest accommodations, crew quarters or a gym. The 150 Sunreef Power can accommodate 12 guests and up to eight crew.
The 150 Sunreef Power is an evolution of Sunreef’s previous 90 Sunreef Power and 115 Sunreef Power catamaran concepts, which the Polish builder introduced in 2013 and 2014. Sunreef showed off its newly launched 70 Power Blue Belly at the Cannes boat show.
The multi-hull design offers excellent stability, abundant living space and a shallow draught of 1.5 metres. Sunreef has also designed its 150 power to be highly efficient with low fuel consumption. She should offer a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Sunreef says the entire production process should take no longer than two years.