Sunreef Yachts has launched the latest hull in its Sunreef 80 Eco series at its shipyard in Gdansk, Poland. Named Otoctone, she will join sisterships Apollo 99, Marie Joseph and Zeahorse once delivered in the coming months.
The 23.9-metre yacht was commissioned by a repeat customer, having previously owned two Sunreef yachts (including the 80 Power model Otoctone 80). Exterior design and naval architecture were completed in house.Read More/Sunreef Eco 80: The luxury catamaran that's big on sustainability
Otoctone is fitted with Sunreef Yachts’ "revolutionary" solar power system, with the solar panels fully integrated within the composite structure. While under sail, the yacht's "advanced hydrogeneration system" will allow for the continuous production of green energy and an extended cruising range.
Though full details are yet to be disclosed, Otoctone will have a "custom-tailored" layout and accommodation for eight guests. She's been equipped with two 180 kW engines and a set of 550 kWh batteries.
Otoctone will begin charters in the west Mediterranean in the summer of 2024.Read More/First look inside 80 Sunreef Power Eco catamaran Sól