Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has revealed plans for a new 33M Explorer Eco model, a transpacific electric catamaran made of aluminium and advanced composites.
The 33-metre superyacht has been tailored for exploration with a focus on safe, self-sufficient and autonomous cruising to remote locations, but in absolute silence.
According to the yard, the new model aims to maximise the amount of electricity delivered through its photovoltaic system, with solar panels built into the yacht's hulls, superstructure, bimini roof and full-beam bow terrace supplying a nameplate capacity of 50kWp.
Additional energy-saving air-conditioning and smart energy management systems serve to bolster the yacht's green credentials, as well as state-of-the-art watermakers, water-saving taps, a rainwater collection system and an efficient heat-recovering boiler. Within the guest areas, custom decor pieces use a variety of recycled and recyclable materials and fabrics.
The 33M Sunreef Explorer Eco can be adapted to suit any owner's lifestyle, with the option of an indoor cinema, spa, library or gym for entertainment during long voyages. The yacht also features a large master suite with a private terrace and multiple staterooms.
Other highlights include an "Ocean Lounge", a vast walkaround relaxation area with direct access to the sea, as well as ample storage for an array of water toys. "This space connects with the yacht’s full-beam aft cockpit, boasting plenty of sunning options and a spa pool with panoramic ocean views," the yard said.
The news comes in the same week as yet another milestone for Sunreef Yachts, with the first 80 Sunreef Power Eco catamaran launched from the yard's shed in Gdansk.