Sunreef 70 Catamaran Greece
|Length||21.40 m / 70 ft|
|Draft||1.83 m / 6.0 ft|
|Beam||11.50 m / 37.73 ft|
|Engine||2 x 225 HP|
|Fuel capacity||2,000.00 l / 1585 gal|
|Water capacity||1,600.00 l / 422.6 gal|
Charter catamaran Sunreef 70 in Greece
The most recent iteration of the Sunreef catamaran has the same allure as its stunning predecessor, the Sunreef 80. Those who are upgrading from a yacht that is 50 or 60 feet in length will also discover that all of their expectations are met by the brand new Sunreef 70. The Sunreef 70 exhibits the trademarks of a high-end build by providing an abundance of space in addition to the flexibility that comes with it.
The new model has a threatening aspect that will capture notice in every port and marina thanks to the dark gray hull and tinted glass surfaces. The vertical portholes merge perfectly into her dark hull, and the cut out in the railing connects her to her larger sister, the Sunreef 100. The 70’s salon is the most spacious of any yacht’s common rooms, measuring a total of 287 square meters. The salon on the main deck and the cockpit combine to make one huge, semi-open space that is ideal for socializing, resting, sunbathing, and engaging in other water-based activities. The exceptionally comfortable captain’s chair was moved to a new place at the bow of the ship, closer to the glass wall and the entrance that leads to the bow, so that there would be an improvement in the flow of traffic. The relocation of the kitchen below deck allows for the creation of a master suite of unparalleled proportions, as well as three other guest rooms and a big crew cabin.
The contractor outfitted all of the cabins with high-quality materials and textiles, while the master bedroom’s en suite bathroom included gray and black marble, a walk-in closet, and a pop-up television. When the salon’s LED lights are turned on, a large television that is hidden from view by an electric lowering mechanism has the potential to turn any night into a relaxing movie night. Between the al fresco galley and the lower deck hallway is a large stairway that leads up to the fly deck from the salon. This stairway is safe and secure. This deck features a command post that is serviced by a bench, a small galley, and a sectional sofa that is spacious enough to accommodate all of the guests. There are sunbeds and storage space suitable for bikes located behind the sofa.
The gennaker/genoa instructions are located laterally above two hydraulic mainsail winches. All of this, in addition to digital systems and the Dockmate, which enables cordless management of the engine and thrusters, making maneuvering simple and risk-free even with a limited number of people on board.
The Sunreef 70 finds a superb balance between high levels of luxury, exceptional performance under sail, and cutting-edge technology in her opulent living spaces by incorporating all of these features. Due to the fact that she may be completely customized, it is possible to produce an infinite variety of distinctive floor plans and interior layouts with her. Both the hull and the superstructure of the yacht were designed with the utmost attention paid to the boat’s internal volume as well as its stability.
A catamaran like as the Sunreef 70 provides you the chance to create your very own customized haven on the water while simultaneously providing you with the mobility to discover and make the most of all that life on the water has to offer you.
Wi-Fi on board
220V/12V shore power
Tenders and water toys:
Highfield SP 520 with engine Yamaha
SeaDoo model 65ND Spark 2UP 90 iBR Trixx
2 X SUP
2 X Aquamarina floating islans 250 cm / 160 cm
Wide screen LED TV 55” with installation (saloon)
Terrestial TV antenna (Glomex)
Lifting system up/down
Digital Cloud (wifi network for movies and music)
Hi-Fi Pack: for saloon and outdoor (Sonos Surround 5.1 (Playbar + SUB + 2x Play:1)
Waterproof speakers in the cockpit and 2 on flybridge
2 waterproof speakers in the front terrace
Hi-Fi pack, Sonnos Connect: AMP ceiling speakers visible or under upholstery
|Price per week – High season||Price per week – Low season||VAT|
|€ 65.000||€ 54.000||not Included|
INCLUDED IN PRICE
13% Greece VAT, Bed linen and pillows, Standard yacht equipment, Dinghy, Crew: 4
NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE
Fuel, Water, End cleaning, Provisions
High season is considered to be July and August
Low season is considered to be period from October to April