Sunreef Yachts brings the motor version of Supreme 68 to Cannes

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Following the premiere of the Sunreef Supreme 68 sailing catamaran at the Singapore Boat Show, the Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has prepared a power version of this revolutionary series. The first hull of Supreme 68 Power was launched only two weeks ago in Gdansk. The catamaran was presented to the general public at the Cannes Boat Show from 6 to 11 September.

Named Athena after the Greek goddess of wisdom, the Sunreef Supreme 68 Power is a worthy successor to the philosophy of the Supreme range, which focuses on innovative solutions and lifestyle on board.

The 21-metre catamaran boasts unprecedented living space of 300 square metres and provides guests with superyacht-level comfort.

Thanks to her ingenious superstructure design, the Supreme 68 Power saloon is on level with the exterior deck, with direct access to the cockpit and gangways on both sides. It is spacious and airy, with floor to ceiling windows all around, affording unobstructed sea views. Forward on the main deck is the master suite with direct access to the Jacuzzi terrace.

Supreme interiors are tailored to each owner; Athena is no exception, with interiors that reflect the owner's passion for high technology.

Like other Supreme catamarans, the 68 Power has a stern tender garage, a truly revolutionary solution on multihulls up to 70 feet.

The volumes of the garage allow you to store a 5m tender, two jet skis, diving equipment and countless smaller water toys. When lowered, the garage door creates a large platform that is ideal for water sports.

The Supreme 68 Power flybridge covers an elegant bimini awning from the sun. A large u-shaped sofa, dinette, wet bar, navigation station and sunbathing areas can be found underneath.

The yacht is propelled by a powerful Volvo IPS 800. To facilitate mooring in crowded marinas, the catamaran is equipped with joystick and stern chambers. With a large 7 ths liters tank, Sunreef Supreme 68 Power will be able to cross the Atlantic without refueling.

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