Sunreef Power 100: First look inside the world’s largest production powercat

Sunreef has released full images of its largest-ever powercat, the Sunreef Power 100, which takes on-board accommodation to a whole new level.

Sporting a striking dark-grey metallic hull and rose-gold superstructure, this first Sunreef Power 100 has an LOA of 98ft 3in (29.95m) and a maximum beam of 44ft 3in (13.5m).

It is due to be handed over to its new owner later this year, just two years after the contract was signed.

Key features include a simply enormous 25m2 aft deck, 30m2 foredeck and 85m2 flybridge. For comparison the main saloon is around 88m2.

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Hull accommodation consists of five double ensuite cabins, two to port, including the owners’ amidships and three to starboard, plus six crew across three cabins.

Propulsion comes from twin 1,300hp MAN V8 diesels, giving it a trans-Atlantic range of more than 3,000nm at 10 knots, while solar panels on the hardtop will help run the electrical systems.

Other features include an extensive crew area, upper deck spa pool, on-board gym and a large central galley, which is supplied by a lower-deck cold store room.


Other layout options are available, including one where the owner gets an even better deal with a vast suite at the front end of the enclosed flybridge, with separate bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes and access to their own private aft deck.

There’s also the option for a separate study area on the main deck or a side-access tender garage. On hull #1, tender storage is aft with room for two three-seater Jet Skis underneath the high-low platform.

The other big wow factor on the Sunreef Power 100 is a multi-level beach club that descends to the water in a series of aft terraces. This leaves the main deck free for a big saloon and a small enclosed bridge area to starboard.

Sunreef expects to see this new layout start filtering through into its 60-90ft portfolio in the coming years. An even bigger 162ft Sunreef Power 49M is also under construction, but no further details of this have yet been released.