New Charter Catamaran Welcomed in Cannes

Image Courtesy: Sunreef Yachts

The Sunreef 74 Calmao , a new yacht built at Poland-based shipyard Sunreef Yachts, was presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.

Being an advanced version of the company’s Sunreef 74 model, this sailing catamaran features a bow terrace, a hydraulic aft platform and an enlarged flybridge.

Recognized as the Best Worldwide Sailing Yacht Above 15m at the Asia Boating Awards 2015, the Sunreef 74 is described as “an easily handled, spacious and seaworthy yacht.”

With a short lead time of 7 months, offering options for customization and space arrangement, it has become one of the shipyard’s most appreciated yachts. So far, the shipyard has commissioned 12 fully customized yachts.

A charter catamaran with a service-oriented crew, the Sunreef 74 Calmao is the latest addition to the Sunreef Yachts Charter fleet. Featuring a length of 18.27 meters and a width of 9.21 meters, the ship can accommodate up to nine passengers.

Currently crossing the Atlantic, the yacht will be available for cruises from December till April in the Caribbean.

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