The SUNREEF 106 a sleek design.

Great news from Ewa Stachurska, SUNREEF PR manager, a second above 100 foot SUNREEF has just been ordered : the SUNREEF 106.

I really like the exterior, a proof that length really matters in a catamaran design.
With this order, Sunreef Yachts is the first and only shipyard in the world to have under construction two multihulls over 100 feet.

Extract from SUNREEF’s press release :

This 106 footer is a fast, high performance and luxurious catamaran. Built in Aluminium, it is based on the SUNREEF 100 but extended for a
European client. The interior design is the result of a close cooperation
between the Sunreef in-house design team and the owner.

The Modern Style by Sunreef chosen for this particular boat consists of brightly-coloured upholstery, bamboo veener applied to solid wood furniture, teak deck – both below decks and topside, glass table tops and furniture elements, a segregated saloon and galley with large panoramic windows in the saloon and cabins enhancing an impression of spaciousness and light.

Another interesting feature is the ‘island’ separating the galley and saloon. This cabinet is accessible from both sides and houses equipment including microwave, electric oven and a dishwasher for the galley as well as an impressive entertainment system with 40 inches LCD television, DVD player, Hi-Fi system on the saloon side.

The owner’s suit will be especially luxurious using the finest
materials combined with a spacious atmosphere

‘‘We’ve been receiving many inquiries for large custom yachts which is gratifying and supports our strategy to build this kind of boats ,” says Nicolas Lapp, Sunreef’s vice-president, ‘‘With our first two superyachts due to be launched in the coming years, we have now achieved our goal to be recognised as a builder of large custom yachts that only happen to be multihulls.”

For more information, please contact:

Sunreef Yachts
+ 48 601 315

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