Sunreef Yachts' custom multihull 120 Sunreef Power concept has been inspired by supercars and promises to be sheer luxury at sea
Sunreef Yachts’ 120ft (36.6m) multihull, 120 Sunreef Power has been created for cruising in pure relaxation.
With its aerodynamic design, increased hull width, reversed bow, generous glazing, chrome elements and LED lights, this muscular custom superyacht concept offers plenty of space and stability.
Owners can customise its décor and layout, which as a first proposition includes accommodation for 8 guests and 8 crew.
On the main deck, three sliding doors lead to the saloon onto the sides and to the aft dining space, creating a large open-air, open-plan lounge. Adjacent to the galley, the dining table seats 10 guests, who can easily move to the lounge after meals and settle on the large modular sofas to watch a movie on the 110″ TV, enjoy the interactive screens or simply sit back and listen to music through the state of the art sound system.
120 Sunreef Power’s huge 14.4m beam allows for plenty of space in the master suite, which boasts a walk-in dressing room, vast master bathroom and direct access to a private terrace. Three en-suite guest cabins are positioned starboard off the main deck, for maximum privacy.
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Crew cabins that sleep seven are positioned in the portside hull, where there is also a spacious mess and a staircase that leads directly to the yacht’s galley, whilst the captain’s quarters and helm station are both located on flybridge level to offer the best visibility.
Towering over the main deck, the flybridge is the yacht’s main alfresco lounging and dining area and feature a bar, spa-pool, free-standing furniture and plenty of room for massage beds and gym facilities.
To the aft, two transformer platforms serve both as passerelles and swim ladders. Water toys, tender and a jet-ski can be stored in the large garage. More information about Sunreef Yachts’ 120 Sunreef Power will be unveiled at the upcoming 2019 boat shows.
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