Polish Sunreef Yachts has unveiled a concept of the luxurious 36.6-metre 120 Sunreef Power catamaran. According to the shipyard,«is designed for daring modern yacht owners who appreciate power and originality».
Bearing in mind the growing interest in multihull superyachts, the Sunreef Yachts team has developed a catamaran model that is both monumental and dynamic at the same time. The designers have drawn inspiration from the auto industry with its supercars and so the lines of the 120 Sunreef Power are both elegant and sporty.
The bow with flip bow, enormous hull width (14.4m), plenty of glass and chrome elements: this is all the 120 Sunreef Power.
The 120 Sunreef Power offers plenty of freedom in terms of space and decor. The standard layout provides room for eight guests and eight crew members. On the main deck level, three sliding doors open the stateroom aft and aft on both sides, creating a spacious open-air lounge area.
Large modular sofas are the centerpiece of the interior of the central lounge area, also equipped with a 110-inch television, interactive screens and a premium sound system. The ten-person dining table is conveniently located closer to the galley to facilitate serving guests.
Further forward, closer to the bow, is the full-beam master suite. It is similar to a hotel suite, with dressing room, large bathroom and access to a secluded terrace.
To starboard of the main deck are three luxury guest cabins, each with an en-suite bathroom. In the port hull is the crew mess with its own berth for seven people. A stairway leads from there to the galley, thus separating the crew and guests on the yacht and providing a very high standard of service.
The captain's cabin and wheelhouse are placed on the flybridge level for greater visibility.
High above the main deck, the flybridge serves as the main outdoor seating area on the yacht. Here, there is a alfresco dining and lounge area, a bar and spa pool, with an ample amount of space left over for massage beds and fitness machines. Aft there are two transformable platforms that serve as gangways and swim ladders. The large garage will hold tenders, water skis, and a wide range of water toys.
More details about the shipyard's latest concept are promised to be announced during a 2019 boat show.