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Asia’s first 80 Sunreef Power

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Polish catamaran builder delivers new unit to China.

The 80 Sunreef Power in China has twin 1,200hp engines

 

Sunreef Yachts has delivered an 80 Sunreef Power to China, which marks the model’s first unit in Asia. The motor yacht has a beam of 12m and has been described by Sunreef as “currently the largest private leisure power catamaran in China”.

 

The deal with the experienced yacht owner was managed by Speedo Marine, Sunreef’s exclusive local representative.

 

The 80 Sunreef Power has a beam of 39ft 4in

 

The owner said: “We have achieved something exceptional together. Sunreef Yachts is an outstanding shipyard and I want to thank Speedo Marine for their commitment.”

 

The yacht is equipped with twin 1,200hp engines and boasts large living areas, with a bespoke interior distinguished by a dark colour scheme.

 

The saloon has a lounge and dining for 12 to starboard

 

The main-deck saloon includes a large sofa to portside and a dining table to starboard that can seat 12, while forward is a cosy reading spot and a well-equipped wet bar by the entrance to the foredeck.

 

The yacht features three guest cabins in the hulls including an opulent master suite. The crew cabins, galley and pantry are accessed directly from the aft cockpit for privacy.

 

The yacht includes three guest cabins

 

The flybridge has an open layout and offers comfortable seating all around, oversized sunpads and a wet bar with barbecue.

 

The aft cockpit makes the most of the yacht’s large beam and offers plenty of lounging and dining space. Beneath a modular cockpit sofa, the garage houses a large jetski and water toys, while the hydraulic swim platform carries the tender and provides extra lounging space by the sea.
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