The new 115’ Sunreef Power, a mega power catamaran recently presented by Sunreef Yachts, the famous Polish shipyard specialising in the design and construction of multihull vessels, is the perfect response to growing demand from clients for larger super yachts. It’s a trend that Sunreef Yachts anticipated and planned for when it launched the revolutionary 90’ Sunreef Power a couple of years ago – a vessel with sporty lines and generous space allowing the utmost versatility in terms of the interior arrangement. These characteristics have been boosted and enhanced in the design for the new 115’ Sunreef Power, which was devised specifically to meet all the requirements of owners with a preference for multihull vessels over monohull vessels. The new vessel’s design is therefore primarily based on the acknowledged strengths of catamarans: maximum stability while underway and greater availability of space on board to allow a near-unparalleled level of comfort. The technical concept for the new 115’ Sunreef Power is primarily based on a balanced combination of high performance and high levels of build quality. The yacht will be built entirely at the Polish shipyard’s modern production facilities, based on naval architecture developed completely in-house, and using cutting-edge technologies with advanced composites in the build. Her length is 35 metres, or 115 feet, and she is powered by two MTU 16V 2000 M94 engines, each with maximum power of 1,939 kW / 2,600 BHP supplied at 2,450 rpm. The two engines are coupled to a Volvo IPS or a water jet propulsion system, able to power the vessel to a top speed of approximately 30 knots. The exterior design of the new 115’ Sunreef Power has will also be created entirely in-house by the Polish shipyard’s team of expert designers.
They have devised muscular shapes with sleek, aggressive, sporty lines and solid surfaces with distinctive curved lines balanced by a counterpoint of voids framing the large side and front windows. The interior design will be harmoniously consistent with the exterior design, probably inspired by an urban loft or a seaside villa, and will be created in-house by the Sunreef Yachts team in a style intended to fulfil the owner’s individual wishes.
The interiors will be based on elegant, luxurious aesthetic solutions or perhaps sober, minimalist looks, but in any case they will flawlessly meet all the owner’s personal requirements as the Polish shipyard’s vessels always do.
With her generous layout, the new 115’ Sunreef Power offers comfortable private accommodation for up to 12 passengers in five guest staterooms and one master stateroom as well as up to six crew in two crew cabins and one captain’s cabin. The main idea underlying the design concept for the new vessel is maximisation of the habitable spaces both inside and outside, and thanks to intelligent, rational use of the available space based on functional criteria, it has been possible to achieve a very impressive result with a total usable surface area of 680 m2, or 7,320 square feet.
A few examples of individual spaces include the rear terrace outside on the upper deck, which covers 85 m2, and the front terrace covering 36 m2, while inside, the sky lounge covers 70 m2 and the wheelhouse 25 m2. Similarly, on the main deck, the outside aft deck covers 72 m2 and the fore deck 60 m2, while inside, the saloon covers 80 m2 and the owner’s suite 50 m2. The garage on the lower deck is also notable for its size at 56 m2, and houses the tender and water toys: a motor dinghy for 12 passengers, with a length of 6.25 m / 20’6”, two jet skis or waverunners, four sea bobs and comprehensive scuba diving equipment. The initial proposal for the layout of the new 115’ Sunreef Power, devised by the Polish shipyard’s in-house design team especially for the vessel’s presentation, can be summarised as follows. On the upper deck, outside, the front terrace offers a long seat facing forwards which can be turned into a sun pad area, while the rear terrace has a bar and can be laid out as a sunbathing area with beach chairs or as an open-air lounge with sofas and small tables. Inside, the sky lounge can be laid out as a dining room with a dining table and chairs for 12 diners, and also has a bar and a relaxation area with a sofa and armchairs, as well as a practical day head.
The wheelhouse, meanwhile, has a large instrument panel, two pilot’s chairs and a sofa for guests. On the main deck, outside, the fore deck is set up as a sunbathing area with sun beds, while the covered aft deck has an alfresco dining area with a dining table and seating for 12 diners. There is also an option to create a raised relaxation area with a Jacuzzi and sun pads. Inside, the saloon is laid out as a living space with sofas and armchairs and also has a bar and a relaxation area with armchairs and a small table. Near these two areas, the full-height windows open directly onto two foldable balconies (included on an optional basis) overhanging the water. Next to the saloon, there is also a fully equipped gym and a day head, as well as the galley, pantry and crew mess.
The owner’s suite is located in the forward section, featuring a private office with desk, the master stateroom with a double bed, a bathroom, and a walk-in wardrobe. On the lower deck, two guest staterooms are located in the portside hull, each with a double bed, wardrobe and en suite bathroom, and two crew cabins each with two fold-out bunk beds and a private bathroom, as well as forepeak storage and an engine room in the aft section. The starboard hull, meanwhile, has three guest staterooms, each with a double bed, wardrobe and en suite bathroom, and one crew cabin with two fold-out bunk beds and a private bathroom, as well as forepeak storage and an engine room in the aft section.
115’ Sunreef Power Technical Specifications
|LOA||35.00 m / 114’83’’ ft|
|Boa||13.80 m / 45’28’’ ft|
|Draft||1.70 m / 5’58’’ ft|
|Naval Architecture||Sunreef Yachts|
|Interior Design||Sunreef Yachts