Sunreef designs 110ft Explorer Eco powercat


Following the creation of an Explorer series of powercats, the Polish builder has developed the 33M Explorer Eco.


33M Sunreef Explorer Eco



After announcing an Explorer series with 40m and 50m powercats last year, Sunreef has released designs for a 33M Explorer Eco. The 33.4m (109ft 7in) powercat has a beam of 11.2m (36ft 9in), draft of 2m (6ft 7in), 535sqm of living area, 8,000 litres of water and accommodation for 10 guests and seven crew.



The yacht incorporates 990kWh of batteries and a 50kWp photovoltaic system, with solar panels integrated into the hulls, top of the enclosed flybridge and the entire full-beam bow terrace on the flybridge.



The 33M Sunreef Explorer Eco also benefits from energy-saving air-conditioning, smart energy management system, state-of-the-art watermakers, water-saving taps, rainwater collection system and ultra-efficient boiler using heat recovery. Recycled and recyclable materials and fabrics can be used, while the décor can be custom-tailored.



Standout design features include a beach club or ‘Ocean Lounge’, which has a high-low central platform, fixed transoms and drop-down sides that double as doors for toy cupboards. A tender and a jet-ski can be carried on the central platform, while Sunreef says the yacht can also store dive compressors, Seabobs, e-bikes, e-foils and sailing dinghies.


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Ocean Club on 33M Sunreef Explorer Eco



The aft cockpit can feature a central spa pool, sunbathing areas on both sides, and covered alfresco dining. The layouts can be customised for owners and Sunreef says an indoor cinema, a spa, library or gym can be incorporated into “vast and light filled interiors that can be adapted to any navigation plan and lifestyle”.



Sunreef has shared GAs that feature a full-beam saloon with a dining table to port and lounge, plus four guest cabins forward on the main deck. The flybridge has an open aft terrace, a full-width master suite and the wheelhouse, while the hulls include the main galley, crew mess and five cabins for seven crew.



“The definition of luxury yachting is changing. Tailored for exploration, from tropical islands to the most extreme latitudes, the 33M Sunreef Explorer Eco is a trans-Pacific electric superyacht that rewrites the rules with bold architecture and a fresh approach to travel,” Sunreef stated.



“A safe, self-sufficient and autonomous electric craft for long private expeditions, she was designed to take you to the most remote cruising grounds in silence with no fumes and no vibrations.”