A Concentrated Formula
The Sunreef Supreme 68 packs megayacht-rivaling spaces into 20-meters of ultra-luxury catamaran
In the world of the mighty monohulled superyacht, length overall (LOA in yachting terminology) has always been king. With potential owners willing to swap some serious cash for some serious length, shipyards across the globe are building ever longer and in many cases, more slender yachts. However, buying a yacht for its length is like purchasing a Bugatti Chiron for its ridiculous horsepower; it’s there, it can be used, but you don’t really need it. When an Owner’s on board with his or her family, having three decks and 50-meters of hull to play with is, in all honesty, a little bit excessive - you simply don’t physically need that much space. In fact, the larger the superyacht, the less they tend to get used.
Sunreef’s Supreme 68 does away with the pomp, circumstance and pretentiousness of the megayacht. Instead, this 20-meter long catamaran takes the best parts of its considerably larger ocean going cousins to create what is essentially, a floating superyacht main salon, flybridge and foredeck lounge. [To be continued...]
Floating Real Estate
Take your penthouse to the horizon with Sunreef’s Supreme 68
So you come home from a busy day at the office, park up the Continental GT outside your villa and head up stairs for a stiff drink. For dinner, the family joins you on the upstairs terrace and you tuck into your favourite dish and wait for the sun to go down. But, what if you could pursue that sun all the way to the sunset? Well, with the Sunreef Supreme 68 Power, you can.
Designed and built at Sunreef’s historic Gdansk shipyard the latest power catamaran from the iconic Polish marque has been designed from the offset to be a luxury, floating villa. It’s a no-nonsense approach that has done away with needless swooping, sporty lines, instead concentrating on a catamaran’s biggest attribute: space.
Thanks to their twin hull designs, not only are catamarans pool table flat at anchor, but they also benefit from being as wide as a superyacht. The 68-foot long Supreme has a beam of 10.5 meters and to put that into context, it’s roughly the same width as a 60-meter megayacht.
Sunreef’s team of young designers have put this colossal 3200 ft2 of space to good use, creating a main salon that indeed has the size, feel and ambience of a New York loft. Folding floor to ceiling glazing on three sides opens up the 68’s interior even more, allowing guests to either relax on the central sofa with its fold down 55-ich flat screen; grab a drink at the port side bar, sit down for a snack at the 8-seater dining table, or head out onto the Supreme’s deck. [To be continued...]