Sunreef reveals 50M Explorer design
The luxury catamaran builder has designed its biggest explorer model to date.
Sunreef designed the 50M Explorer in-house
Sunreef has revealed a design for a 50M Sunreef Explorer, which sits above the 40M Explorer in its portfolio of designs.
Designed to “go anywhere, from lush tropical islands to the most extreme latitudes”, the Polish builder’s latest Explorer design is designed to be “self-sufficient for months and offer all the autonomy needed for worldwide exploration in ultimate comfort, safety and luxury”.
Aft view of the open main deck
The 50M Sunreef Explorer has a huge aft platform that makes the most of its 14.3m beam. The superyacht is fitted with tender cranes, garages and windlasses to help store and deploy a fleet of water toys including dive compressors, Seabobs, e-bikes, e-foils, sailing dinghies and tenders.
The yacht can be tailored for divers, adrenaline-seekers or fishing enthusiasts, while onboard areas can include a private spa, gym and an outdoor cinema with a bar, with accommodation customised for up to 12 guests.
Feature options on the top deck
Sunreef believes catamarans are the safest platforms for extended navigation as all essential systems on board are doubled, with two engines, two fuel tanks, multiple generators and two water tanks ensuring redundancy and reliability in critical areas. In this vein, the 50M Sunreef Explorer includes impressive storage capacities for provisioning and a smart waste-management system.