A Press Release by Sunreef

22 October 2008

Sunreef Yachts, luxury catamarans designer, constructor and charter agency, is ready for the new boat show session 2008/09.

The shipyard is delighted to announce its participation at the Paris Boat Show held between 6-15 December 2008.

Sunreef Yachts, specialized in the construction of sailing catamarans, yet now launching a new power range introduces into the market the recently launched sailing yacht, the Sunreef 70 in both Classic and Japanese designs and its first ever-built motor yacht, the 70 SUNREEF POWER.

Sunreef Yachts is now ready to satisfy both sail and motor yacht markets and soon will enter the superyacht domain with its new superyachts, the Sunreef 102 DD and the Sunreef 114.

The coming year 2009 will certainly mark a new stage in the history of this dynamic and ambitious yard with the launching of the first superyacht, the Sunreef 102 DD, scheduled for Spring 2009.


Aboard the 70 Sunreef Power you will be enjoying exceptional living spaces of over 500 square feet, as well as giant fly-bridge – SUNREEF band’s speciality. The fly-bridge features the main helm station, sun-bathing mattresses and dining table surrounded by comfortable seating. On the aft deck You will have enough room for jet ski. On the main deck a spacious, external cockpit of 320 square feet will let you relax while being pleasantly sheltered from the sun.
The first 70′ Sunreef Power was ordered specifically for a family voyage around the world; therefore a very distinctive feature would be her fantastic range of 8000 nautical miles while sailing at 8 knots driven by twin Volvo Penta 370 HP engines. There were also some innovative changes made regarding the fly bridge, where, by special request of the client, all furniture is easy to dismantle in order to create a playing area for children on this huge upper deck.
As for interior, the furniture will be made of finnish birch and the upholstery of beige skai, which will create all together very light and harmonious venue. Modern design with some classic elements will be applied.
Inside the 70 Sunreef Power you will discover comfortable saloon of modern design that creates a harmonious atmosphere. The lounge has an elegant bar with a staircase leading to the galley and guest cabins within the hulls, and also to the second helm station located on the mezzanine floor. From here you access the owners’ cabin (owner version), or two guest cabins (semi-owner or charter version). These cabins are situated in the forward section of the catamaran and thus offer wonderful sea views.


Exceptionally spacious and wide, with new layout arrangement, this modern catamaran can easily accommodate 8 to 10 guests in 3 double cabins and 1 cabin with innovative four folding beds system – excellent solution for children.
The exterior outlines have been carefully worked out by Sunreef in-house design team in order to make the yacht look smooth and elegant. The boat is very aerodynamic and her external forms are highly streamlined. The outdoor playing space has been purpose-designed for charter activities. The yacht can easily accomodate a jacuzzi on the flybridge and has enough space to fit a jet ski on the aft. This unit in particular will have two dinghies, the smaller one of 2.8 m and a bigger one of 4.5m.
Especially requested by the Owner, the yacht will represent Japanese style, the essential aspect of which is the simplicity and minimalism. Frugal forms are kept in brown and cream with touches of muffled red. Visible structural geometry is achieved by the combination of the traditional layout of Tatami mats and decorative elements imitating indigenous Shoji screens and sliding doors. The overall scheme is accentuated by the horizontal line of arranging the furniture: low-level tables and bar, surrounded by separate sitting cushions placed in wooden frames, platform-like simple beds. Sparse and carefully selected decorations greatly replenish this posh, yet minimalistic interior.

SUNREEF 102 DOUBLE DECK – First superyacht by Sunreef

Designed by Sunreef’s inhouse design team the sloop-rigged yacht is the largest catamaran manufactured by Sunreef Shipyard and will be one of the few in the world of that size.
The yacht’s interior design will be fully customised in close cooperation between the european owner and the Sunreef team who has requested that she be ‘‘cosy, comfortable and homey’’, dominated by contrasting dark and light wenge and anegre wood and a classic Sunreef touch.
The interior style of Sunreef 102 will mostly modern with some classic elements of decoration. There are two types of wood used for the cabines – the dark WENGE wood and the light ANEGRE. This blend of colours creates a strong contrast dark/light and allows the Sunreef Design Team to highlight the geometric composition of the furnitures. Trapezoid, square and cube forms are easily reckognizable in the main outlines (furniture, wall shapes, windows, doors, etc.) and in many decoration details such us handles, lamps, table legs, etc.
The original upholstery of Skai Elitis will guarantee the effect of chests board and will certainly be an interesting feature on board.
Generally, beside the wenge and anegre wood, the different types of skai will be applied on the walls and ceiling, all in beige, ivory and cream colours which will create the ambience of harmony and balance of this carefully designed interiors. The main lighting system will consist of a set of fitted on each side halogens reflecting from matt surfaces and only few of them will be installed directly on the ceiling.
The innovative element will certainly be a double deck, the original Sunreef concept, ensuring much more comfort and space for the guests.

For more information, please contact:
Ewa Stachurska
PR Sunreef Yachts
+48 601 315 206

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