Now the picture is almost complete: we have renderings of the exteriors and of the interiors of the new Sunreef Power 80. It’s big outside and, well…also big inside.
The new power catamaran’s dynamic hull and superstructure stretch the living spaces to the extreme, offering plenty of options for a bespoke layout and décor. One of the most spectacular features of Sunreef Power 80 is definitely her master suite, in the bow section of the main deck. A double bed faces the bow terrace, and is complemented by a large bathroom with a walk-in shower, dressing and desk. The whole suite enjoys the sunlight coming from the skylight glazing.
Even more space for day-boaters
If you like your 24-meter catamaran to be just the most comfortable way to go swimming in day cruises, then you can skip the master apartment for a large front lounge with ample seating and access to the foredeck.
The main saloon opens wide onto the aft cockpit to connect the yacht’s interior dining space with the outdoor relaxation areas, where more seating is available along with a wet bar.
The immense volumes in the hulls
of Sunreef Power 80 give plenty of
room to tailor every unit’s layout to
the customer’s specific requirements
The full-custom saloon can also house a large galley, depending on the layout selected, while the inner helm station is located to fore in a raised position.
The immense volumes in the hulls of Sunreef Power 80 give plenty of room to tailor every unit’s layout to the customer’s specific requirements. The crew quarters along with the galley and crew mess can be accessed directly from the aft cockpit for more privacy on board.
The Sunreef Power 80 is not the largest motor catamaran by Sunreef Yachts: check the project of the 116 Power, or even the stunning 150 trimaran.