New Boat Models

Sunreef Yachts' New 100 Sunreef Power Catamaran

Hull Number One of the 100 Sunreef Power strikes an impressive pose.

Sunreef Yachts has unveiled photos and details of its 100 Sunreef Power, the company’s largest power catamaran to date. Hull Number One has a striking hull finished in dark gray and rose gold with orange upholstery on the outdoor furniture.

Features include a hydraulic swim platform and a garage that’s big enough to house two three-up personal watercraft, a refueling station and extra space for toys. Technology includes an energy-saving air-conditioning system that cools the yacht without generators.

Pushing the Edge

“Sunreef Yachts is the only shipyard in the world to inject superyacht quality into multihull architecture. Our yachts are different from the catamarans you see on the market,” said Francis Lapp, Sunreef’s founder and president. “In the world of multihull boats, Sunreef Yachts are an exception. Thanks to projects such as the 100 Sunreef Power, we are also gaining ground on the monohull-dominated superyacht scene, because today, more and more owners realize that catamarans make fantastic luxury yachts.”

The Sunreef 100 Power has a hydraulic swim platform that can accommodate a tender.

Sunreef Yachts president and founder Francis Lapp.

The flybridge offers plenty of relaxation areas, including a bar and a large dining table, while guests can also enjoy the custom-built spa pool flanked by large sunpads. The area can also be transformed into an outdoor cinema with a high-end audio system, a retractable projector and screen.

The flying bridge includes a spa pool, plus seating for many guests.

Agnieszka Blizniuk, Yacht Design Director at Sunreef Yachts, said: “Catamarans haven’t been present enough on the superyacht market, but thanks to the 100 Sunreef Power, their time has finally come. Our engineers designed an innovative hull shape for increased comfort and performance, while it also stands out with a sporty hull line, a vast flybridge and a pioneering combination of a garage system and stern platform.”

Agnieszka Blizniuk, Sunreef’s Yacht Design Director.

The yacht’s aft cockpit spans the entire 44’4” (13.5 m) beam of the catamaran, offering a large dining space, a daybed, a wet bar and access to the day head. The relaxation area of the main deck consists of a large lounging space to port with a drop-down 55” (139.7 cm) TV and a custom-designed bar to starboard.

The aft cockpit is protected by the flying bridge overhand and the lighting helps set the tone for an entertaining evening.

Moving indoors, there’s space for guests to chat on the facing lounges or at the bar.

Towards the forward part of the saloon, the galley offers restaurant-quality amenities and access to a cold room below deck. The forward port area of the main deck houses a well-equipped gym, which allows users to look out over the ocean and the vast bow terrace.

Heading belowdecks, the master stateroom is in the port hull and throughout the accommodations deck, natural oak veneers, rose quartz, brass accents and custom-built cabinetry reflects the owners’ appreciation for classic design. This homelike interior styling is continued in all the catamaran’s staterooms. Guest accommodations for 10 are spread across five en-suite cabins. A single guest cabin neighbors the owner’s quarters in the port hull with three more staterooms in the starboard side, plus three crew cabins.

The opening windows in the master cabin are some of the largest we’ve seen.