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Stylish


Following the successful launch of two mega catamarans over 100 feet each in 2010, the Sunreef shipyard has been designated as a builder of an 82ft double decker sailing catamaran with the latest design, featuring sleek hulls and a streamlined deckhouse topped with a giant 35m2 fly- bridge inspired by large superyachts. The European client, impressed by the elegance and unrivalled spaciousness of the 102ft IPHARRA, selected Sunreef’s original Double Deck design.


“This sale was concluded thanks to Sunreef’s well-proven capability to build large custom yachts for demanding own- ers and according to the highest construction standards. The last few years of simultaneous construction of the two mega catamarans have given us invaluable experience that we will strive to improve with the Sunreef 82, our first super- yacht built of composite materials,” explains Francis Lapp, Sunreef’s CEO.


The everlasting stylish look of the hull line is the result of Sunreef’s advanced design technologies and ongoing re- search into new solutions and inspirations. Sunreef's Naval Architecture Bureau is studying performance and sea ca- pabilities using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) at its highest levels in collaboration with K-Epsilon and Rivoyre Ingenierie based in Sophia Antipolis, and applying Finite Ele- ment Analysis to structural calculations for the optimization of structural parts.


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Inspiration By Ewa Stachurska


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