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Sunreef Yachts raises the bar with 92 Double Deck

by Kate Elkington on 20 May 2014
Sunreef Yachts has unveiled their plans for the remarkable new Sunreef 92 Double Deck Multihull Solutions © http://www.multihullsolutions.com.au/
They just keep getting bigger and better. Sunreef Yachts has once again raised the bar in multihull innovation with the unveiling of the remarkable new Sunreef 92 Double Deck. Featuring almost 430 square metres of living space — twice as much as the 2012 model Sunreef 82 Double Deck — the Sunreef 92 Double Deck affords even greater comfort and luxury.

The catamaran has an enlarged deckhouse that enables even more family and friends to enjoy the cruising experience, with accommodation catering for up to 12 guests plus private crew quarters. The main deck is extremely spacious with a 54m2 saloon, navigation station and epicurean galley.

The 65m2 cockpit is the ultimate entertaining zone with sofa and dining table, while the enormous sundeck encompasses the main helmstation, a superb dining area for up to 12 guests, sunbathing pads and a bar with barbecue for unforgettable social gatherings.

Watersports enthusiasts will be thrilled with the additional space dedicated to accommodating a tender and jetski, concealed in a purpose-built locker under the cockpit’s primary sunbathing pad.

The breathtaking master suite situated in the fore of the yacht is designed and furnished to the highest industry standards. The suite comprises a king-sized bed, corner lounge precinct, office, capacious wardrobe area, and a remarkable ensuite with his-and-hers vanity.

All guest cabins boast queen beds, generous wardrobes and private ensuites, as well as their own entertainment system and individually controlled air conditioning. The Sunreef 92 Double Deck also provides for the option to convert the port hull into a fully equipped gymnasium and decadent sauna room.

The Sunreef 92 Double Deck will be built of light high-tech composite materials, which the shipyard introduced to their construction process in 2007.

Further information on the new Sunreef 92 Double Deck can be obtained by contacting 1300 855 338 (within Australia), 0508 MULTIS (within New Zealand), or +66 8 1894 1530 (within Asia), emailing info@multihullsolutions.com.au or visiting the website at Multihull Solutions.

Sunreef 92 Double Deck Specifications
Construction Composite
Length 28.04 m / 92.00 Ft
Maximum Beam 14.02 m / 46.00 Ft
Displacement 115 T
Draft 2.44 m / 8.00 Ft
Mast Length 36.88 m / 121.00 Ft
Main Engines 2 x 355 HP
Fuel Capacity 2 x 4000 l / 2 x 1056.69 US gal
Fresh Water Tank 2 x 780 l / 2 x 206.05 US gal
Main Sail 239.97 m² / 2583.00 Ft²
Genoa 180.05 m² / 1938.00 Ft²
Gennaker 280.01 m² / 3014.00 Ft²
Solent 79.99 m² / 861.00 Ft²
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Interior Design Sunreef Yachts
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