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Sunreef 74 - 19th Hole: Luxury for blue water or charter

Published on 20 july 2017 at 0h00

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The Sunreef Yachts name is going from strength to strength. The proof is evident with the new 74, which feels like there is ever more influence from superyachts. But that's not all: the specifications of two of the latest models also testify to the experience the shipyard has built up in the luxury charter sector.

In the early 2000s, the 74 had made her mark and this saw the beginning of the Sunreef adventure. Today, the yard is returning to what it loved doing when it was young by again offering a 74 foot catamaran. In just two years, five of these superb catamarans have left the Gdansk shipyard. A success achieved thanks to the double experience acquired by the manufacturer for more than 15 years. Why double? Because Sunreef did not just build very luxurious custom catamarans. They also chartered them through their high-end charter section. It was through charter (power and sail) that the Sunreef adventure began, before developing its own models to meet the demands of customers looking for top of the range catamarans.  This experience  now allows us to clearly identify the aspirations of the client, whether it is an owner wanting to go around the world, or a charterer spending a  week in the Caribbean or the Mediterranean, and what this implies as regards differences in specifications. Of the five new Sunreef 74s, two are sisterships dedicated to almost exclusive charter use - "Bleu Deer" and "19th Hole" - ordered by an Italian family of experienced sailors who already own the Sunreef 7...

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