Published: Friday, 20 September 2013
Mike Fulton

This year Sunreef’s in-house design office took another step in multihull design with the completion of a superb concept for a 210-feet power catamaran. A potential client who appreciates Sunreef’s position as a world leader in catamaran design and construction requested the project. The company took advantage of the recent Cannes Boat Show as a platform to display the new concept.

Sunreef Introduces Luxury Trimaran Concept

With a length of 210 feet and interior space used to the fullest within all three hulls, they have created a remarkable living space of 950 square metres. This makes this yacht the largest of its type on the market. It will be operated by a crew of 18 and will house up to 14 guests in privacy and comfort.

The top deck boasts a 125-square metre dining area, the captain’s cabin, the internal helm station and a day head. There is a private terrace aft for relaxation. This deck can be accessed via a lift that connects all the floors on the yacht.

Sunreef Introduces Luxury Trimaran Concept 1

The main deck is arranged to maximise available space. The 220-square metre saloon can be arranged in many different ways. There are four main areas from which guests can admire the great views through the window wall.

It has six spacious guest cabins with queen-sized beds positioned transversely to the axis of the boat. These are located in front of foldable private balconies. Each cabin possesses a private bathroom and extended storage spaces. The master suite is on the front and has walk-in wardrobes, his and hers toilets, a study area and access to a 30-square metre private terrace forward.

Sunreef Introduces Luxury Trimaran Concept 2

The lower deck is dedicated to the crew. Access is from the aft through the garage with its water toys including seabobs and two jet skis. This deck also has a fully equipped galley, crew mess and crew cabins. Completely forward there is a utility room.

The main tender, which can hold 12 guests, and the crew dinghy are housed on the forepeak section.