The Polish yard Sunreef Yachts has unveiled renderings of their newest addition to their line of catamarans: the Sunreef 80. Photo: Sunreef YachtsMeasuring 24.4 metres and designed in-house by the yard, the 80 Sunreef catamaran employs elements of classic yacht design which inform the modern catamaran's design, according to the shipyard. Purity, light and space are clearly integrated into the bridge deck and the overall structure of the yacht.Photo: Sunreef YachtsBoasting a heightened ability for customisation, the vessel is designed with the flexibility and freedom of her owner in mind. Centralised spaces designed for lounging offer the ability to customise saloon layouts. Aft, the saloon stretches out over the water and offers luxurious access to both inside and outside areas.
This, coupled with the cosy lounging spaces available at the bow - which offer protection from the elements to those onboard - showcase the vessel's openness in both layout and design.
Photo: Sunreef YachtsThe exterior living spaces feature a 54 square metre flybridge with a Jacuzzi, fully-equipped wet bar, a barbecue and large sunpads as well as a large bow terrace shielded from sun and wind. Keeping both modern and classic elements of design in mind, the double hulls of this catamaran offer dynamic layout opportunities when it comes to cabins and personal space. The vessel is set to hit the water later this month and is designed for transoceanic adventures, charter and private use, according to the shipyard.
For a closer look this new concept from Sunreef's Yachts, as well as their smaller Sunreef 60 vessel, check out this video: