SUNREEF LAUNCHING OF THE LATEST EXPEDITION SUNREEF POWER 70 AND SUNREEF 102 DD



SUNREEF recently launched “Ondin” a Sunreef 70 power for a private owner from Chile. This new SUNREEF benefits from the experience of the yard with Laurent Bourgnon’s “Jumbo”. Today is also supposed to be the launching date of the largest Sunreef up to date the SUNREEF 102 DD. I’ll keep you updated.

After the worldwide success of the first power catamaran by Sunreef, the famous JAMBO expedition boat custom built for Laurent Bourgnon and his family, Sunreef Yachts is pleased to confirm that the Expedition version of the 70 Sunreef Power has charmed many more yacht travellers and true boaters who wish to follow similar adventures.

The owners of ONDIN coming from Chile made their first appearance at the Cannes International Boat Show in 2008, where the première of the Expedition power catamaran was held. They decided to go for a power catamaran appreciating the long range, very low fuel consumption and comfortable cruising thanks to its spaciousness and stability and Sunreef “custom finish” philosopy.

ONDIN has been purpose-built for long travelling around Southern America, especially Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, which was a big dream of her owners. The yacht’s accomodation and partially covered flybridge, as well as underwater bulbs (like on JAMBO) make her a comfortable cruising and explorator vessel. The yacht will now cruise straight towards Central America and cross the Panama Channel from where she will cruise down to Chile.


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