Sunreef Launches Supreme 68 Power Catamaran
Published: Wednesday, 24 August 2016
After a successful introduction of the Sunreef Supreme line and the launch of two spectacular 68ft sailing catamarans – the Sunreef Supreme 68 Eagle Wings and Midori, Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts’ latest release is the Sunreef Supreme 68 Power yacht.
(Photos: Sunreef Yachts - Sunreef Supreme 68 Power yacht)
Long-awaited and carefully crafted in every detail at the company’s shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, the first Sunreef Supreme 68 motor yacht has touched water. Named Athena after the Greek goddess of wisdom, she is a continuation of the Sunreef Supreme philosophy, focusing on innovative solutions and lifestyle onboard.
The Sunreef Supreme 68 Athena is a private, 21m motor yacht with genuine superyacht features and a living space equaling 300m². Her architecture and radical superstructure design allows to keep the saloon and exterior deck on the same level. The 65m² interior deck is vast enough to place a beamy master cabin in the bow with direct access to the front terrace and its large relaxing area with a jacuzzi. Her interiors and layout are fully customised and created by the Sunreef Yachts in-house design office. Athena reflects the personality and passion of her Owner for high-end products.
This white-hulled beauty is also equipped with an aft garage, which is implemented on all of the Sunreef Supreme units. This solution is a revolutionary feature on a catamaran under 70 feet. This voluminous space allows convenient storage of a 5m tender, up to two jet-skis, diving gear and numerous water toys. The garage door, when lowered, creates a large aft platform that is perfect for water sports. Her flybridge, the company’s trademark, is topped with an elegant bimini and features a navigation station, a bar, a dining table and mattresses.
The yacht features a powerful Volvo IPS 800 system for a maximum of maneuverability and optimised performance. An additional joystick and aft cameras are installed to ease the mooring in crowded marinas. With 7,000L of fuel capacity, Athena enjoys the autonomy she needs to cross the Atlantic. She will leave the shipyard after technical tests and sea trials.