Multihull specialists Sunreef Yachts has revealed a 40 metre catamaran explorer concept.
According to the yard, the new 40M Sunreef Explorer has been designed for "discovering new horizons" and will offer a "transoceanic range" with "solid performance in rough seas".
An extended aft deck houses features a launching crane with stowage for a seven-metre tender, two Jet Skis and an arsenal of water toys. With the tender launched, a hydraulic aft platform can be lowered to water level, allowing guests to enjoy a full-beam swim platform.
Meanwhile, a 13.34 metre beam allows for impressive living quarters with a total of 654 square metres of space split across three decks. A vast bow terrace provides guests with ample room for lounging and will be complemented by a spa pool surrounded by sun pads and a bar.
As with most Sunreef Catamarans, there are a number of customisation options available so no two yachts are ever the same. Custom features available on the 40M Sunreef Explorer include a private fold-out balcony off of the master suite and a playroom with a self-levelling pool table.
The 40M Sunreef Explorer is the largest catamaran in the Sunreef fleet, superseding the first 33.5 metre custom Sunreef 110 Power which was sold in November 2019 with delivery slated for 2021.