Sunday, February 25

Sunreef Unveils New 77 Ultima Cat

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Sunreef just unveiled its new 77 Ultima luxurious power catamaran with a sleek hull, sporty lines, a Jacuzzi on the flybridge, a spectacular master cabin that stretches between the two hulls, and an aft deck that folds out with a Jet Ski garage that doubles as a giant sun pad.

And it’s eco-friendly, with a solar skin to provide clean energy, custom batteries that Sunreef says are 30 percent lighter than others on the market, and hybrid electric/diesel power. The slim, aerodynamic hull is designed to reduce drag, and the new Sunreef can be fitted with computer-controlled hydrofoils to fly over the waves.

Sunreef’s Ultima line (there’s also a 44, 55, 66, and 88) are sleeker and thinner and more modern looking that the company’s other yachts. The 77’s reduced width (a beam of just 27 feet on its 77-foot length) and high decks create a horizontal surface between the two hulls, resulting in the super-sized master stateroom forward. The high bows, chines that run the entire length of the hulls, and a highly-raked windshield all create a modern profile.

“We now have the ultimate hull shape for all  those who are looking to enjoy quick getaways in speed, comfort and style,” said Francis Lapp, who founded Sunreef in Gdansk, Poland, in 2002. “To achieve this, we combined the best of the multihull and monohull design philosophy.”

Folding bulwarks create a sprawling aft deck and large outdoor lounging area. The foredeck is also a massive sunning space with two sun beds and extra space.

With an interior that can be customized, the Ultima 77 starts with five cabins below that can sleep ten guests. The master has a walkaround queen bed in the starboard side, a sitting area in the middle, and a large head on the port side. There are two guests cabins with en suite heads in each hull, plus crew cabins aft. A crew galley is on the port side.

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