Launched in June 2010, this is the fifth unit of the Sunreef 70 Sailing model introduced by Sunreef Yachts at the end of 2008. The yacht is sold for a private client wishing to enjoy his time aboard with family and friends.
An interesting onboard feature is certainly the original interior design inspired by maritime Newport style and introduced for the first time on a Sunreef cat. All yachts being customized, this Sunreef 70 has inherited his owner's truly classical boating taste based on essential yachting colours: white and blue. The owner, very much inspired by classical wooden boats, has worked closely with Sunreef in-house design bureau and specifically asked for a marine-styled yacht.
The interior combines warm and reddish Macore wood with Oak wood painted white and teak flooring with navy blue and gray upholstery. The dining table in the saloon is decorated with wooden marquetry imitating a compass rose. Everything is completed by decorative elements made of brass coming from original passenger ships from 17th, 18th and 19th centuries such as old lamps, bar stools, door handles and railings. Other decorations such as wall paintings, window curtains and tableware will match the total by combining brown, white and blue colours. All the furniture is covered with Macore while walls, ceilings and lateral panels are made of Oak wood painted white with growth rings visibly marked. The floorings are covered by natural teak wood. Classical wooden blinds in the saloon add the final touch to this space.
The galley is equipped with fridge and freezer by Siemens, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, wine chiller and many storage. All guest cabins feature six hull windows, a new feature introduced on all Sunreef boats two years ago ensuring great visibility and natural light access.
: galley up on the left, dining area on the right. Forward section left: internal helm station/ right: lounge area with coffee table, seating and 32' Samsung LCD TV and Harman Kardon hi-fi system.
Starboard hull: double guest with en-suite bathroom cabin in the bow and large owner suite in the aft featuring double bed with bedside tables, full-size cupboard, book shelves, sofa and large bathroom finished in Macore.
Port side hull: crew quarters in the bow featuring double cabin plus one extra single cabin for additional member, storage and technical space, crew galley and saloon and two guest double cabins in the aft, one of which featuring double bed and the second one bunk beds with small desk and numerous book shelves – an ideal solution for children travelling with parents and studying at the same time.
Flybridge surface: 26.74 m2
Centralised main helm station on the flybridge for easy sails handling,
Dining table and seating for 10 guests
Wide swimming platforms for easy access to water,
Genuine hydraulic system for launching the tender installed on the aft platform,
6 scuba diving sets stored in the cockpit,
Cockpit space: 41m2
Dining table and seating for 10 + 2 sunpads