With large outdoor living spaces, an enormous flybridge and five different accommodation configurations, 80 Sunreef Power is a catamaran to spend lots of time on at sea
With a beam just shy of 40ft, the 80 Sunreef Power was difficult to miss at the Cannes Boat Show.
The perfectly square proportions mean the three outdoor living spaces are incredibly generous. The cockpit has room for a substantial dinette tucked up to the aft doors, with a transom bench that converts into a sunpad hovering over the transom.
A ramp drops down between the hulls to offer storage for a jet-ski or tender.
On the foredeck a sunpad spans almost the entirety of the beam and is supplemented by a pair of sheltered L-shaped dinettes with access via a door in the front screen to the saloon or master cabin.
This depends on the interior layout as there are five different accommodation configurations to choose from, one of which positions the master cabin on the main deck with direct access to the foredeck as a luxurious private terrace.
You can choose between four or five guest cabins, all apportioned plenty of space within the two hulls, where you’ll also find
two separate crew areas.
The flybridge is simply enormous and you may want to specify the optional hot tub simply to fill space. There are a pair of L-shaped dinettes as standard, a wetbar and sunpads that span the entire aft section – it’s some party platform! Both engines are from MAN with either 1,000hp or 1,200hp and top speeds of 22 knots or 24 knots respectively.
At a glance…
Length Overall: 78ft 6in (23.95m)
Waterline Length: 78ft 6in (23.95m)
Beam: 39ft 4in (12m)
Engines: Twin MAN 1,000hp/1,200hp
Top speed: 24 knots
Price: from POA
Contact: Sunreef Yachts
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