The 60 foot Sunreef yacht is a stunning power catamaran design.
The 60 Sunreef Power EWHALA yacht was made in response to the growing demand for compact yet highly impressive powerboats. The yacht has all the features of its sister 70 Sunreef Power, except its 27.8 ft / 8.5m beam that makes it more convenient for crowded marinas, especially when it’s docked in the Mediterranean. It’s also an interesting alternative for traditional motor yachts with much lower fuel consumption, long range, superb living space with the best comfort and intimacy for the owner and his guests, customized interior design and stability.
Despite being only 60 feet long, Sunreef has succeeded in optimizing the living space to afford the highest levels of stylish comfort. This compact but luxury craft offers palatial accommodation for 6 to 10 guests depending on whether you choose an owner, semi-owner, or charter version.
EWHALA was commissioned by a European owner and is laid out in a semi-owner version with two double cabins in the forward section, two double cabins in the starboard hull, and one double, one bunk-bed cabin (for the crew) in the port hull. All cabins have private bathrooms and abundant storage. The interior of the main deck features the galley and a dining area, while a mezzanine floor located in the mid-ship comprises internal helm station and lounge, providing access to the forward guest cabins. The spacious sun deck, Sunreef’s speciality and trademark, is accessible from the cockpit and houses external helm station, wet bar with barbecue, dining area and a huge sun pad, ideal for outdoor lounging in the sun. There is also an option to customize the design and include a Jacuzzi on the flybridge.
The innovative JMS boat control system by ZF Marine Electronics Group, which allows the boat to be easily maneuvered with a joystick is a rare feature on large catamaran yachts. The interior design is modern and minimalist, based on wenge and oak contrast, finished with gray and white upholstery and brushed stainless steel details.
Only three of these yachts are due to be launched this year, so it’s unlikely that you’ll be cruising in the Mediterranean and see more than one.