Sunreef Yachts Launches 70 Power Blue Belly
Published: Tuesday, 02 June 2015
The final days of May at the Sunreef Yachts shipyard were marked by the launch of the first catamaran from the next generation of 70 Sunreef Power that features a fully open saloon on the main deck. Her name is Blue Belly and she will be exploring the Med soon.
Built for an individual client who appreciates the highest standard of quality and luxury on board, Sunreef Yachts’ designers decided to open the living area on the main deck and forgo the interior navigation station in the saloon.
In this way, an incredible amount of living space combines with the lounging and dining area. Straight from the saloon is direct access to the master suite at the front. Like her predecessor 70 Sunreef Power 1 Life, launched in 2014, Blue Belly`s master cabin features panoramic views and is equipped with a spectacular magic glass panel separating the his-and-hers bathroom from the sleeping area. Blue Belly has sophisticated blue, white and deep grey finishings.
The layout includes 2 vip cabins, 2 guest cabins and the galley down in two separate hulls. Crew cabins are located in the forpeaks. The layouts of the aft cockpit on the wet deck and the flybridge on the upper deck were created for fun and never-ending pleasure equipped with top-quality mattresses, cushions, grill and dining tables with fixed heights.
Similarly to 70 Sunreef Power 1 Life, Blue Belly is equipped with a hydraulic platform placed at the aft. The lowering function ensures direct and easy launching of the Jet Ski into the water.
The device can also be used for recreational purposes. It can accommodate comfortable sun pads for enjoying the rays of the natural light during the day or the infinite stars in the night.
After the sea trials and technical tests she will be delivered to the owners, who are planning to sail the Med this summer.
The first 70 Sunreef Power was launched in 2008. The owner and co-creator of this timeless line was Laurent Bourgnon, the famous sailor who is now chartering his 70 Sunreef Power JAMBO in French Polynesia.