Otoctone 60 joins Sunreef Power sister
Available for charter in Italy, the third Sunreef Power has been delivered to an owner who also has an 80 Sunreef Power named Otoctone 80.
Otoctone 80 and Otoctone 60
The third hull of the 80 Sunreef Power, Otoctone 60, has been delivered to a repeat customer, who owns the second 80 Sunreef Power, Otoctone 80. The first 60 Sunreef Power was only launched late last year, while the 80 Sunreef Power debuted in 2019 and had its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
Otoctone is the third 60 Sunreef Power
The flybridge on Otoctone 60 features a large L-shaped settee and sunpads surrounding a height-adjustable dining table. To portside, there is a wet bar with a barbecue, fridge and ice maker.
The hydraulic platform carries a Williams tender
The hydraulic aft platform carries the tender and doubles up as a swim platform when lowered, while the aft garage accommodates a personal watercraft, a selection of water toys and a refuelling station.
The cockpit makes the most of the yacht’s 35ft beam
Otoctone 60, which is available for charter, features a vast aft cockpit that makes the most of the model’s 35ft beam and features a generous dining area with an automatic height-adjustable table, a large daybed to port and a fully-equipped wet bar to starboard.
Otoctone has an open saloon with a lounge and dining area
Full-height glass doors lead into the saloon, which features an open layout with a comfortable dining area to portside and a lounging space to starboard. The galley is in the middle of the starboard hull, with close access to an L-berth crew cabin aft, while a double guest cabin with en-suite is forward.
The master suite is in the port hull
The port hull features the master cabin midships, which has a king-size bed, large TV, vanity and a walk-in dressing room leading aft to a huge en-suite bathroom with a walk-in rainfall shower.
Forward in the port hull is another double guest cabin with en-suite. There are also double and single crew cabins in the forepeaks, both with en-suites.
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