Two years after receiving an order for a super catamaran, Poland-based shipyard Sunreef successfully delivered Che to its European owner. Aside from being the largest sloop-rigged catamaran, she is also the second largest sailing multihull in the world.
Offering space to a limited number of passengers, Che can comfortably accommodate up to 7 guests accompanied by a crew of 4 or 5 members in her spacious and bright cabins.
Because of her streamlined contours, sleek hulls and aerodynamic forms, Che is a high performance superyacht. Along with her impressive sail surface, this magnificient vessel is able to reach maximum speeds of up to 20 knots.
Bow thrusters and state-of-the-art navigation and communication systems are also part of Che’s impressive design. She is fitted with the most advanced technology to facilitate optimal maneuvering and mooring.
Her interior being equally as impressive as her exterior design, Che’s salon combines an 8-person sofa and a large table into a comfortable dining area. The space also offers a more intimate lounging area and various storage capabilities.
Che’s starboard side offers a spacious and fully equipped professional galley offering additional storage space. Separated from the salon by a glass wall and wooden blinds, the design ensures optimal privacy for Che’s guests. Installed in the glass wall, a large 1080 full HD Samsung LED TV offers various entertainment possibilities.
Adjacent to the salon, an internal helm station provides full navcom equipment and two captain seats. Panoramic windows along the wet deck provide sumptuous natural lighting and views that are both stunning and practical.
Che’s delightful interior design has been influenced by the Owner’s wife, who achieved an extraordinary style. Assisted by the SY design team in personally handpicking all colours and materials, she accomplished a delicately balanced and harmonious look according to yin and yang philosophy which can also be found in Che’s logo. The interior combines caramel bamboo wood, applied to all floor and furniture surfaces, which grey upholstery and high-gloss turquoise table tops and decoration elements. Both below decks and topside, a teak deck applies the finishing touChes to the design.
The main deck, measuring an impressive 60m2, was requested as one big, open space encompassing the main salon, lounge area, helm station and the professional galley. The glass separation between salon and galley maintains the impression of a fluid and undivided space. Being a cooking-enthusiast, the owner requested to have the galley placed so that preparation of food can be fondly observed from the main salon. Panoramic windows in salon and cabins complement Che’s impression of spaciousness and light.
Che’s exterior offers a large aft platform for the main tender, whose garage space is placed under the back sofa. A large dining area, with a big table and sofa, combined with an intimate lounging area offer various possibilities for outdoor relaxing and entertainment. She offers extended storage for diving equipment and water toys, along with easy access to the water from swimming platforms through a hydraulic step ladder. The cockpit measure an impressive 103m2.
Che’s 55m2 flybridge contains the main helm station with full navcom equipment and all sail controls. Sun pads and dining area with sofa and spacious table complete full range of possibilities.
Che is available for exclusive private charters via the central agency of Sunreef Yachts Charter.
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