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Malcolm McKeon and Sunreef Present Sunreef MM460 CAT Concept

5 August 2020• Written by Olivia Michel

The concept for the new Sunreef MM460 CAT has been revealed by Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design and Sunreef Yachts.

Measuring 46 metres with a 16.65 metre beam, the Sunreef MM460 CAT is a multihull catamaran sailing yacht and is defined by an impressive glass superstructure and 60 square metre flybridge.

The Sunreef MM460 CAT concept will feature a striking navy blue hull and a superstructure characterised by “progressive, sweeping exterior lines,” according to the yard. She will feature a sail configuration of a square-top main, reacher and jib and a total sail wardrobe in excess of 1,500 square metres. A carbon fibre mast and boom complement her composite construction and the yacht will weigh in at just under 500 tonnes.

On board, the en suite master and VIP cabins are located forward on the main deck and both feature a lounge and study area as well as walk-in wardrobes. There are a further four ensuite guest cabins, easily converted between double and twin configuration, housed in the starboard hull. To port, crew quarters consist of three cabins with twin-bunks, an engineer’s cabin and a captain’s cabin, as well as the crew mess, laundry and galley.

For owners planning to entertain on board, there is also a saloon with a spacious dining area that can accommodate up to 18 guests. A further al fresco dining area and lounge space can be found on the aft deck, sheltered under the overhang of the flybridge. Daybeds and a hot tub are located at the bow of the yacht.

Another highlight on the Sunreef MM460 CAT will be the beach club, equipped with a drinks bar and stools, a sauna and a 2.5 metre fold-down platform that provides direct access to the water.

There will also be space for a 6.2 metre tender, a rescue tender and two jet skis on board, as well as a number of water toys, including scuba dive cylinders and compressors and wetsuit storage.

The Sunreef MM460 CAT will be able to take on transoceanic crossings and is equipped to remain self-sufficient during extended periods of travel.

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