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2023 Power Buyer’s Guide - 60 to 70 feet

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Luxury ocean passagemaker

The 60 may be the “smallest” powercat in the Polish shipyard’s Power range, but it already has all the attributes of an ultra-modern multiyacht. Easy to handle, this luxury catamaran can be sailed with or without crew. Thanks to its large beam, the 60 Sunreef Power offers an extremely spacious saloon. On the same level as the aft cockpit, this large semi-open space is fully customizable and bathed in sunlight thanks to a skylight and panoramic glazing. The large volumes of the lower deck can be customized to suit the sailing program and lifestyle of the individual owner. The hydraulic platform offers a relaxation area close to the water, perfect for watersports. The figures are of course a little out of the ordinary, with more than 3,000 miles of range, or a 345 sq ft (32 m²) flybridge equipped with a jacuzzi…

Builder: Sunreef Yachts
Length: 60’ (18.30 m)
Beam: 35’1” (10.70 m) 
Engines: from 2 x 300 to 850 HP
Range: more than 3,000 nm
Fuel: 1,585 to 2,640 US gal (6,000 to 10,000 l)


Making her mark in the United States!

There have already been 30 units built, and for a 60-foot powercat, that’s a more than respectable result from a commercial point of view. This model, produced in the United States, features a relatively classic design, very motoryacht-like with inclined bows and almost enclosed flybridge - a true upper deck in a way. You can opt for an open flybridge, however. The deck line that rises up in the middle of the hulls is also in keeping with motoryacht culture - as such, it lends the PC60 an original outline among 60-foot multiyachts. Construction and finish are all completed to a very high standard. The Horizon PC60 can be customized on request.

Builder: Horizon Power Catamarans 
Length: 61’7” (18.78 m)
Beam: 24’5” (7.45 m)
Draft: 4’9” (1.46 m)
Displacement: 83,470 lbs (37.86 t)
Engines: 2 x 705 HP
Fuel: 1,000 US gal (3,785 l)
Price: US$ 3,695,000 ex-tax


Over 3,500 nautical mile range

The young Chinese brand has launched their first Iliad 62. This new model made its world debut at the Sydney International Boat Show which ran from July 28 to August 1. Our collaborator Kevin Green was there... On board this long-distance cruiser, the emphasis has been placed on controlling fuel consumption, and this has led to increasing the range to over 3,500 nm. The Iliad 62 is therefore capable of ocean passage-making: with a bridgedeck clearance of 3’9” (1.15 m), it also reflects an architectural design optimized for comfort in the open sea. Moving around on deck is easy, as is access to the huge flybridge. Whether open or fully enclosed, the flybridge can accommodate up to ten people in luxurious comfort and ...

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