Sunreef Yachts continues to add new models to its catamaran lineup. The Sunreef Power 115 is the latest, tapping the stability and space advantages of twin-hull designs.
The nearly 115-foot (35-meter) megayacht takes off where the Sunreef Power 90 left off, bearing similar styling. She boasts a little more than 7,319 square feet (680 square meters) of relaxation areas for a party of 12. That includes a main-deck master suite, with access to a forward alfresco area. The Sunreef Power 115 devotes most of the main deck, though, to a tremendous saloon, with a bar and optional fold-down balconies. Given the 45?3? (13.8-meter) beam, the saloon can be arranged with a variety of seating areas. It further comprises 861 square feet (80 square meters) of space. That still leaves room for a dedicated office to one side, a gym to the other, and a central, good-size galley on the megayacht?s main deck.
The Sunreef Power 115 positions the five guest staterooms below decks, split between the sponsons. One suggested arrangement, pictured below, replaces the tender garage with a stateroom for a Very Important Person. Alternately, the Sunreef Power 115 stows a RIB, PWCs, and other toys here.
Sunreef is leaving the final interior arrangement and decor up to a buyer to decide. A proposed package includes earth tones and animal prints, for a thoroughly modern look from the skylounge to the guest staterooms. In keeping with previous projects, the Sunreef Power 115 will extend certain woods and other materials into the crew accommodations for six.
Various propulsion packages are also available. Sunreef suggests twin 2,600-hp MTUs for a top end of 30 knots. The Sunreef Power 115 can further be equipped with waterjets or Volvo Penta IPS units. The latter occupy far less space than conventional diesels. They also consume about 40 percent less fuel. Regardless of engine choice, owners will be able to enjoy skinny-water cruising. Draft should be about 5?6? (1.7 meters).