August 30, 2012


Amazing success for the 60 Power Sunreef

We are delighted to announce that the second big launch of the year has just taken place at the Sunreef Yachts shipyard. The 60 Sunreef Power EWHALA has been commissioned by a European owner, and is laid out in a semi-owner version with two double cabins in the forward section, two double cabins in the starboard hull, and one double, one bunk-bed cabin (for the crew) in the port hull. The interior of the main deck features the galley and a dining area, while a mezzanine floor located in the midship comprises internal helm station and lounge, providing access to the forward guest cabins. The spacious sun deck, Sunreef’s speciality and trademark, accessible from the cockpit, houses external helm station, wet bar with barbecue, dining area and a huge sun pad, ideal for outdoor lounging in the sun.
Only a few days after the much anticipated launch of the 60 Sunreef Power, the Sunreef shipyard has received its third order for this new model. The second one was placed, in April, while the hull nr 1 was still under construction. The owners of the hull nr 3 traveled all the way from Central America to see the 60 Sunreef Power EWHALA, during her grand presentation at Hilton Hotel Gdansk on the 18th of August. Delighted with the excellent craftsmanship, they decided to place their yacht order immediately.
A week later, the hull nr 4 was sold to a Mexican client. All three yachts will be launched in 2013. This spectacular success of the 60 Sunreef Power confirms the leadership of the Sunreef brand in the field of luxury catamarans design and construction.

Here are the renderings of the interiors the 60 Sunreef Power Hulls 2, 3 and 4 published for the first time. 

Hull 2

Hull 3

Hull 4

1 comment:

Randall said...

Yuk, the boat looks like a hospital ship. 1970s Hartley design superstructure, too much reverse sheer and the interior looks about as comfortable as a hospital waiting room.