Sunreef developing Supreme 70 Eco powercat
The Polish luxury catamaran builder is developing a high-volume Supreme 70 Eco to expand its range of solar-electric offerings.
Sunreef’s new Supreme 70 Eco
Sunreef Yachts, which recently appointed Hong Seh Marine as its dealer in Singapore (click to read article), has unveiled the first CGIs of the Supreme 70 Eco, the newest addition to its green line of solar-electric craft. The yacht’s dynamic, futuristic hull design includes vertical bows and forward-raked windscreen.
The model includes the same green tech as featured on other Eco models including large flat surfaces covered in the shipyard’s patented composite-integrated solar panels, delivering up to 30kWp. The solar power is used both for the appliances on board and the electric propulsion.
The garage is a standout feature
One of the yacht’s standout features is an aft garage able to accommodate a tender, personal watercraft, diving gear and water toys. With the garage door open, the Supreme 70 Eco offers an 11.4m-wide private beach.
Even compared to similar-length Sunreef models, the Supreme 70 Eco stands out with impressive amounts of living space on board. Her main deck features a generous full-height panoramic glazing, while layout options include a master suite on the main deck.
The Supreme 70 Eco can be customised
Like the builder’s current range of models, the luxury yacht has a huge flybridge and a full-beam aft cockpit, which are among areas that can be customised.