Sea lovers know that not everything is luxury yachts or sports yachts, there are also catamarans. Sunreef Yachts knows this well, which is why they have launched to design a luxury catamaran called Sunreef 80 Eco Yacht.
The Sunreef 80 Eco is an eco-responsible luxury catamaran 24 m long, with six comfortable cabins for ecological yachting lovers.
Originally, the Sunreef Yachts shipyard was created by the Frenchman Francis Lapp, in 2003, in Gdansk, Poland, to manufacture the world’s first offshore catamaran with a flybridge, i.e., the upper deck with piloting.
Since then, the shipyard has offered both sailing catamarans, like those developed with Laurent Bourgnon, or motor catamarans like the one recently delivered to Rafael Nadal.
The new Sureef 80 Eco multihull yacht is a hybrid because it offers not only sails but also an electric motor powered by a fleet of ultra-light batteries.
According to the shipyard, these accumulators are 30% lighter than those usually used in the maritime industry. Their density of less than 6 kg / kWh offers remarkable weight savings and increased performance.
And to recharge these batteries, the beautiful luxury catamaran is covered with solar panels on the outside of the hulls and on all the curved parts, including the mast, the boom, or the superstructure of the flybridge.
And if there is no sun (at night, for example) and no wind either, the Sunreef 80 Eco, fortunately, has 2 Volvo diesel engines of 150 hp, one in each hull.
These generators are essential to accommodate up to 16 passengers in the best comfort conditions to supply the navigation instruments, air conditioning, and fridges on board.
Passengers will be all the better received as they will be able to admire the waves from the flybridge over the entire width of the boat’s 11.50 m with a large sofa in front of the cockpit.
The large cabin also offers something to seduce guests with its large TV, but it would be a shame to shut yourself up since this beautiful yacht is made to sail and enjoy the trip.