35 mt length by 13.8 mt beam, or 115 by 45 feet: this is the impressive “footprint” of the new Sunreef 115 Power, flagship of the Polish boatbuilder that brought the Gdansk yard to the world attention
The demand for luxury yachts is ever-increasing, so Sunreef Yachts decided to design the 115 Power as a natural evolution of the revolutionary 90 introduced in 2013. The main idea was to maximize the living space, up to 680 square meters (or 7319 square feet), with enough cabins to accommodate 12 guests and 6 crew.
The project offer several solutions: the first features a large salon on the main deck (80 sqm, 861 sqft), a complete galley with pantry, an office, a gym, and the 50 sqm (538 sqft) owner’s cabin to bow with walk-in closet and en-suite.
The large windows offer a panoramic view all around, but that’s not enough as there’s a 60 sqm (645 sqft) terrace to the fore and two optional side balconies.
Hulls are accessible through separate stairways, for maximum privacy, and the five cabins boast an antechamber, private heads, and large cabinets.
The pilothouse is on the superior deck, which extends on the flybridge where another 70 sqm (753 sqft) offers guests the best relax.
The lower deck hosts the garage, with room for a 12 passenger rib, two jet-skis and more gear or toys. The Sunreef 115 Power can feature two Volvo IPS or two waterjets, the first unit mounts two MTU’s 2600 HP each for a reckoned top speed of 30 knots.