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Interior of Sunreef WildBerry unveiled

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Launched in December 2014 from the Sunreef shipyard, the interiors of the first unit of their newest sailing catamaran line, the Sunreef 74, have recently been unveiled. Named WildBerry by her owners, her launch came just seven months after the date in which the contract was signed.

One of her characteristic features is impressive living spaces throughout, with a fully open 35 m2 saloon located on the main deck. She accommodates up to 6 guests in total over 3 cabins, as well as a crew of three. The master suite further highlights the vessel’s commodious living spaces, boasting a 20m2 area, and comes with a large wardrobe and bathtub.

On the flybridge there is a large lounge area with a sofa and a table that is adjustable in height, which can be lowered and turned into a couch. The cockpit, which also provides comfortable dining and relaxing space for guests, can be accessed from the sundeck. As the owners are planning a long journey, the catamaran offers plenty of additional storage space for food supplies and water toys.

By Gemma Fottles

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