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The Sunreef 82 DD has been designed with integrated stepped hull chines to increase interior space without com- promising on performance. In the double deck concept there is one spacious owner cabin in the front, and a large and bright salon with an internal helm station with sea views. That is why this model is a perfect alternative to a traditional motoryacht which consumes tremendous amounts of fuel. The Double Deck catamarans have a chance to become superyachts of the future with their comfort on board and low fuel consumption resulting from its low draft and the possibility of cruising on sails in keeping with the maximum stability at all times.


This private yacht accommodates up to 7 guests in one beam-wide owner suite, one VIP queen cabin and one guest twin cabin convertible to a double cabin with an additional Pullman bed, attended by two crew to assist the owner, a sailor himself. The Sunreef 82 DD features the canoe type boom and carbon mast, Sunreef's in-house speciality.


An innovative element aboard the Sunreef 82 DD is the smart mezzanine floor housing a coffee table within a lounge area located on the starboard side of the main deck within the dining area. There is also a purpose-built storage area for painting equipment, as the owners enjoy this activ- ity while sailing. This additional floor provides more space below decks for extended cabin or storage space. The main deck also includes a second lounge area and provides ac- cess to the crew hull on the port side and guest hull on the starboard side.


The 32m2 owner suite, arranged over two floors, is set to occupy the entire forward section of the yacht with a mas- ter cabin, Jacuzzi and vanity on the main deck, and a walk- in wardrobe and bathroom located below decks in port and starboard hulls respectively. The right corner of the master cabin includes LED-lit Jacuzzi set on a two step platform, surrounded by an orchid jardinière, providing amazing sea views through beam-wide 180 degree panoramic windows. The vanity is positioned in the centre and a low Japanese- style king-size bed with two night tables occupies the left part of the suite.


Guest cabins are generously sized with three way access to a queen size bed with spectacular sea views through 6-part large windows, and have a separate bathroom and shower, spacious wardrobe, several lockers, a comprehensive enter- tainment system and air conditioning.


Interior design has been customised following the owners’ suggestions, and combines light and natural colours and materials finished in a classic style.


The impressive 64 m2 cockpit holds a large dining table for up to 8 guests, sunbathing mats, wicker armchairs, a flower area, and storage for diving equipment. There is additional space for a tender and a jet ski hidden in a purpose-built locker under the main sun pad in the cockpit. The spacious 34m2 flybridge is fitted with the main helm station, bar with barbecue and ice maker, large dining table and comfortable deckchairs, as well as a coffee table.


The Sunreef 82 DD superyacht is built of light high-tech composite materials that the shipyard introduced to con- struction in 2007, and was launched in July 2012.


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