The Poland-based yard has also made quite an impression with its inventive thinking in terms of design. Forget the clunky looks or cramped quarters of catamarans of yore; Sunreef is blazing new territory. A prime example is its double-deck layout, a first for catamarans, devised after clients requested more room for relaxing. If you’ll be attending the Cannes International Boat Show in September, you can take an onboard tour of Ipharra, the first Sunreef 102 Double Deck.
Ipharra can accommodate 12 guests, including the owner. The yacht’s 43-foot beam provides plenty of elbowroom, but the two-level design ups the ante. Instead of situating all of the staterooms in the two aluminum hulls, Sunreef created a separate additional level for the master. It sits forward atop the main deck with wraparound windows for panoramic views. Sunreef fitted the mast on the flying bridge, which itself is an enlarged space for entertaining and relaxing.
If you don’t want to wait until the boat show to get aboard, how about a week-long charter? Bookings start August 22 for about $71,000 per week, plus expenses.