The new Sunreef Power 80 is a 24-meter yacht with so much space you wouldn’t believe. Or you would, given it’s a catamaran…It’s also the next yacht of Rafa Nadal.
Being one of the world leaders in building catamarans, the Polish shipyard Sunreef has all the know how to make not just sailing multihulls, but also power ones. Their latest project is the Sunreef Power 80, and we have plenty of nice renderings to show how it is going to be. Even more interesting is probably the fact that it’s been chosen by Rafael Nadal as his next toy. Already a passionate owner of “traditional” yachts, the tennis champion could surely chose any kind of yacht he wanted, and he went right for Sunreef Power 80.
Somebody said space?
The elegance of the exteriors comes from the suggested colors, but also from many luxurious details, such as steel portlights, teak sole decks, high bulwarks and subtle ambience lighting.
A large aft garage allows the Power 80 to take a tender, numerous water toys and even a jet-ski anywhere she goes. The yacht’s full-beam bow terrace is accessed from the saloon, and owners and guests will love it as it offers plenty of space for sunning and lounging, with the utmost level of privacy.
Were it not enough, there’s a large flybridge featuring a spa pool, a wet bar and many settees and sun beds all around.
Sunreef Power 80 can offer many different layouts. If the ones we show you here below, for the interior decks, is probably the one preferred in the Mediterranean sea (it is also perfect for charter), the most spectacular one is the one featuring the master suite in the bow section of the main deck. With a double bed facing the bow terrace, a bathroom with a walk-in shower, dressing and desk, the suite is bathed in sun from the skylight glazing.
The main saloon opens onto the aft cockpit to combine the yacht’s interior dining space with the outdoor relaxation areas, where more seating is available along with a wet bar. The fully customizable saloon can also accommodate for a large galley, depending on the layout selected (it can otherwise be on the lower level) and houses a raised interior helm station.
The huge twin hulls of Power 80 give plenty of room for cabins, crew quarters, galley, and more. In any case the crew quarters, along with the galley and crew mess, can be accessed directly from the aft cockpit for more privacy on board.
The numbers of Sunreef Power 80
- Length …………… 23.95 m (78ft 6in)
- Maximum beam …………… 12 m (39ft 4 in)
- Draft …………… 1.7 m (5ft 6 in)
- Engines …………… 2 x 575 hp – 2 x 1200 hp
- Fuel reserve …………… 2 x 5000 l (2 x 1321 US gal) – 2 x 8000 l (2 x 2113 US gal)
- Fresh water reseerve …………… 1600 l (422 US gal)
- Passengers …………… 12
- CE design category …………… A
- Naval architecture …………… Sunreef Yachts
- Design …………… Sunreef Yachts