Sunreef signs three new orders for new Sunreef 74 sailing yacht

4 September 2014 • Written by Risa Merl

Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has announced three new orders for its new 22.5 metre Sunreef 74 sailing catamaran model.

The sales of all three units to American and Italian owners come just after the Sunreef 74's short presentation period from June to August this year. This model follows Sunreef's recent unveiling of its 28 metre catamaran superyacht design. Delivery for each 74 unit is estimated at seven months.

The Sunreef 74 is designed to be easily controlled by two people in all offshore conditions and features a navigation station on the flybridge for controlling all sails. The design also places the mast aft to allow use of the head sails to maximise power and balance. She will be equipped with a 182 square metre main sail and 47 square metre staysail.

This spacious 55 ton long range sailing yacht will feature a 10.5 metre beam and a 2.2 metre draft. She will boast limited freeboards and have large curved glass windscreens on the superstrucutre. The mast, boom and crossbeams will be built in carbon.

Her airy, contemporary interior will boast a 35 square metre saloon with 360 degree views and a fully-equipped galley. She also houses a master cabin with kingsize berth and bathtub, two guest cabins and comfortable crew quarters. With extensive interior and exterior storage space, this sailing yacht is ideal for long-range cruising.

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