Sunreef Yachts has built many catamarans in the 60-foot range but is now moving into larger yachts, many of them custom projects. One example is this 122-foot aluminum yacht, which will sail with a crew of six. The crew is housed in the forward sections of the port hull, and a full-service galley for the entire ship’s company, along with the crew’s dining area, is located in the after section of the port hull.
Four large guest cabins with ensuite heads are located in the starboard hull, three with double berths and the fourth with two single berths. The 570-square-foot main saloon contains a luxurious dining/coffee area, a navigation station with touch-screen instruments, and a comfortable lounging and entertainment area with a flat-screen projection TV.
The owner’s cabin, forward on the lower mezzanine floor in the catamaran’s center section, has a wonderful view of the surrounding scenery. An internal staircase leads from the owner’s cabin to the forward section of the port hull, where there’s a spacious dressing room, a separate toilette, and an imposing bath and shower.
On deck there is plenty of room for jet skis along with several tenders. The yacht is run from control stations at the forward end of the flying bridge. Both stations are equipped with a full range of navigation gear. Aft on the flying bridge is space for relaxing in a Jacuzzi, at the bar, on sun mattresses, or on sofas with a convenient table.
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