The shipyard calls its new offspring "a superyacht with a timeless nautical design".
Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has officially unveiled the new model 43M, which is positioned as the “ideal environmental sailing catamaran”. This is the largest catamaran in the company's fleet, which is able to give the owner an “infinite cruising range” without harmful emissions.
Solar panels are built into the hull, superstructure and rigging of the vessel, providing the yacht with environmentally friendly energy, which is also generated using a state-of-the-art hydro-generation system.
Sunreef Yachts calls their new 43M a “superyacht with timeless nautical design” that includes ample living space and unique technical features.
The aft deck cockpit, with fold-down balconies and bathing platform, provides a place to relax and dine al fresco with exceptional comfort and access to water activities.
A multi-functional “beach club” pairs well with a gym that boasts ocean views. Under the cockpit is a garage for jet skis, a gas station and a launching system. The second option for relaxing in the sun is on the flybridge, which has sun loungers, a bar and dining area, and an outdoor cinema.
The Sunreef 43M is capable of accommodating twelve guests. At the same time, the owner's suite, impressive in size, is made in the full beam of the yacht, with panoramic views and private access to the relaxation area and spa pool on the bow terrace.