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Sunreef Yachts introduces revolutionary Sunreef 60 LOFT

by Multihull Solutions on 14 Apr 2013
Sunreef 60 Loft Multihull Solutions © http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
Sunreef Yachts has garnered strong industry attention with the launch of the revolutionary Sunreef 60 LOFT.

This performance-oriented cruising catamaran has an innovative design that maximises onboard space and integrates indoor and outdoor living.

The open galley is equipped with Siemens and Gorenje appliances and is located in the portside hull, with direct access to the saloon. The cockpit and saloon are located on the same level and are connected via a large sliding door to create an extremely spacious living space.

This new model has all the features of the Sunreef Yachts range including impeccable construction quality, customised luxury finishes and outstanding seaworthiness.

Accommodation caters for six guests in three generous cabins, as well as two crew in the port aft cabin which is conveniently accessible through the portside galley. Each of the cabins has a private bathroom and excellent storage facilities, while large port holes are integrated into the hulls to bathe the cabin areas with natural light.

The internal wet deck features a navigation station and a large lounge and dining areas equipped with a 40’’ LED TV and an exclusive Bang & Olufsen entertainment system that has waterproof speakers and iPod control function for enjoying movies, music and gaming either inside, in the cockpit or flybridge.

The Sunreef 60 LOFT is extensively automated courtesy of its remarkable Navylecdomotic system. Exclusively designed for Sunreef Yachts, this system allows guests to conveniently control air conditioning as well as lighting on the deck and throughout the interior while also monitoring the boat’s energy levels.

The cockpit comprises a lounge area with sumptuous sofas, sunbathing mattresses, dining table with chairs and storage compartments for water toys and gear, still leaving enough room for a large 4.2 metre tender to be stowed on the aft platform. The main helmstation and relaxation area is located on the spacious flybridge, and this deck area also features sunbathing pads.

The Sunreef 60 LOFT is available with three unique contemporary interior designs to choose from, including striking black & white, warm tones of venge and anegre, or classic walnut finishes.
Technology onboard is cutting edge with features including a carbon mast with canoe boom, square top main sail and Brunton’s world-leading folding propellers.

The catamaran is extremely easy to handle with all sailing controls ergonomically located within reach on the flybridge, electric winches, two Yanmar 110 HP engines, and original davits system to launch the dinghy from the aft platform.

Multihull Solutions is the exclusive Australian and New Zealand importer and distributor of Sunreef Yachts. Further information can be obtained by emailing info@multihullsolutions.com.au or calling 1300 855 338 or +61 (0) 7 5452 5164 (in Australia) or visiting the website at www.multihullsolutions.com.au

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