Sunreef now has its luxurious power cat Otoctone 60 for charter, joining the larger Sunreef Otoctone 80 in a successful charter fleet. The new 60 is a charter version of the Sunreef 60 that was recognized as the Best Power Driven Catamaran at the World Yacht Trophies last year in Cannes.
Built in the historic shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, the Sunreef 60 power cat has an ultramodern design, lots of space on all three levels (due to its 35-foot-plus beam, representing more than half the cat’s length), and a seaworthy hull that delivers a comfortable ride in all kinds of sea conditions.
The new Otoctone 60 is a three-cabin yacht for six people; all the cabins have en suite heads. The master stateroom is on the port side of the main deck, with a king bed and a walk-in rain shower. The other two cabins, with queen beds, are in the hulls below. For charters, the cat has a three-person crew, including a professional chef.
The aft garage holds a variety of jet skis and toys for water sports. The swim platform carries the tender, but when it’s lowered it connects with the port and starboard hulls to extend the full beam of the yacht.
The aft deck is made for entertaining, with a dining table seating 12, a wet bar and various lounges. The deck is on one level, all the way forward to the lower helm station.
The salon is vast and has an open plan, with a wet bar, wine cooler and full-height fridge. Panoramic windows surround the forward helm, and a door leads from the salon out to the foredeck, with a sunken entertainment area and lots of sun lounges and chairs.
Up top, the flybridge is another entertainment and lounging area, with more settees, a high-low table, wet bar, ice maker, fridge and barbeque. The upper helm has superb visibility.
Based in Amalfi, the Otoctone 60 is available for charter with a base fee of about $34,700 a week in season. Read more at http://sunreef-charter.com and see the video below: