The Polish builder of luxury catamarans revealed designs for its 55 Open Sunreef Power at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The 55 Open Sunreef Power develops upon the 40
Sunreef Yachts has presented the dynamic 55 Open Sunreef Power, which develops upon the 40 Open Sunreef Power that had its world premiere at the Dubai International Boat Show in March 2018 before appearing at the Singapore Yacht Show the following month.
The Polish builder announced the 55 Open Sunreef Power at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, during which it also celebrated the opening of a new office in the city.
The 55 has a high-low platform and fold-out sides
Featuring a full walkaround design, the yacht has a hull length of just over 50ft and an overall length of about 55ft with the high-low swim platform, which can carry a tender and combines with the fold-down bulwark platforms on each side to create a huge waterside beach club.
There are two large islands sunpads on each side of the aft deck, which also cover crew access to the hulls.
The 55 features a full walkaround design
In contrast to the 40 Open Sunreef Power, the 55 has a much larger hard top in comparison, with a 20ft-long roof covering L-shaped sofas and tables on each side, sliding saloon windows, the galley, stairs on each side, and central helm station. The superstructure extends to the foredeck, which includes an integrated sunbathing area.
Accommodation options in the hulls include four guest cabins and two shared bathrooms, with the larger VIP suites in the bow, while there’s also a three-cabin version with the master occupying the port hull.