Natural fabrics are combined with teak floors, Carrara marble and sculpted wood.
Poland-based shipyard Sunreef has unveiled photos of the interiors of the new 80 Sunreef Power Pronto yacht. The 24m vessel features an open floor plan, maximum use of the 12m beam and plenty of natural light.
The main theme of Pronto is "tropics" - the interiors combine a beachy palette and natural fabrics with teak floors, Carrara marble, sculpted wood and foliage patches.
In the main salon of the yacht there are L-shaped sofas with coffee tables, and in the bow there is a large dining table, a bar, a helmsman's station and a small workspace.
A sunroof, fully sliding door and large windows provide plenty of light. The dining area at the stern is designed for ten people. There is also a bar and a sunbathing area. Pronto's hidden aft garage houses a jet ski and other water toys, while aft there is a wide terrace with sun loungers and a Jacuzzi.
Pronto's hidden aft garage houses a jet ski and other water toys. At the stern there is also a platform that acts as a real beach club. In the forward part of the cabin there is a wide terrace with sun loungers and a Jacuzzi.
The new catamaran can accommodate up to nine guests in four en-suite cabins. The roomy flybridge features a drink bar and an elevated sunbathing area aft.