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French Polynesia Yacht Charter aboard 62′ Sunreef Catamaran IN THE WIND

July 09, 2014

With a new and enthusiastic crew aboard,  the (19m) 62-foot Sunreef 58 catamaran IN THE WIND, is currently offering unforgettable dream French Polynesia yacht charter sailing vacation in the Pacific Ocean. Charter Yacht IN THE WIND is a fantastic luxury catamaran of great design and technology. She was launched in 2011 and features contemporary Japanese-style interior design and an inviting atmosphere.

IN THE WIND - Main

IN THE WIND - Main

Charter guests on board IN THE WIND yacht will enjoy the innovative use of space, enabling them to relax, socialise or dine in any area in comfort. Her panoramic windows offers beautiful views and allow guests to enjoy the yachts surroundings to the fullest. The focal point of the entertainment is  her open and elegantly designed galley, fitted with high-tech appliances. For further entertainment and gatherings there is the wet bar, where guests can savour the fantastic culinary creations of the award-winning Chef Angie (Best Dessert and Best Overall Dish – BVI Boat Show).

IN THE WIND - Salon 4

IN THE WIND - Salon 4

Luxury yacht IN THE WIND offers exciting high-performance sailing as well as plenty of areas to relax on the lounge cushions. The flybridge boasts a top quality helm station with the capability to be docked single-handedly. There is plenty of seating available on the sun or shade. The lower deck is perfect for al fresco dining and in the evening the high-tech LED-lighting from above adds extra sparkle and ambience to the setting.

IN THE WIND - Cockpit 3

IN THE WIND - Cockpit 3

Accommodation aboard sailing yacht IN THE WIND is offered in four modern and inviting cabins to a total of 8 guests. Each cabin boasts a double bed facing large porthole windows and private en-suite facilities.

IN THE WIND - Master Cabin

IN THE WIND - Master Cabin

In The Wind Crew

In The Wind Crew

IN THE WIND FRENCH POLYNESIA AND SOCIETY ISLANDS YACHT CHARTER ITINERARY AND OVERVIEW

French Polynesia and the Society Islands

Situated midway in the Pacific Ocean between South America and Australia, French Polynesia is comprised of 118 islands in the Austral, Gambier, Marquesas, Tuamotu, and Society Archipelagos spread out in an area roughly the size of Europe. A Tahiti yacht charter itinerary typically includes easy passages within the protected waters behind the beautiful coral reefs that encircle the Leeward Islands of the Society archipelago. The Tahitian Leeward islands rise from the sea like emerald mountains amid a brilliant blue. Puffy white trade wind clouds ride the balmy breeze, and within the magnificent coral reefs that encircle these exotic isles are flat-water lagoons teeming with tropical fish and fjord-like bays so serene it seems time has stopped. A crewed Tahiti yacht charter touches the romantic side, inspires awe, and rejuvenates the mind. With a professional captain and a gourmet chef as crew, exploring the largest of the Leeward Islands, which include Bora-Bora, Raiatea, Huahine, and Tahaa is an adventure of a lifetime.

Plage de sable rose à Rangiroa - Photo by Philipe Bacchet  - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Plage de sable rose à Rangiroa - Photo by Philipe Bacchet - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Although Bora-Bora, Raiatea, Tahaa, and Huahine are neighbours, each island has a slightly different ambience. Of course, the South Pacific beauty is a common trait. The exquisite reefs, motus, and beaches are too. But on one island the emphasis may be more on catering to the chic, while on another Nature is supreme. On still another the handiwork of local artists or the quiet reverence at a stone temple dating back to the earliest times of Polynesian travellers is in evidence. Together, the four treasures of the Tahitian Leewards are an enchanting cruising ground for a memorable crewed Tahiti yacht vacation.

Photo by Tim-Mckenna.com - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Photo by Tim-Mckenna.com - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Raiatea Yacht Charter

Raiatea is the second largest island in French Polynesia (Tahiti is the largest) and the largest of the Tahitian Leewards. Raiatea was known as the Sacred Island. In many ways, it’s still the cultural heart of Tahiti because of its rich history. The many fascinating archaeological and historic sites are well worth visiting on the island. They provide a glimpse into Polynesian culture that must be experienced firsthand. Of particular interest is the site of Taputapuatea Marae, the most significant in the islands.

Photo by G. LE BACON - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Photo by G. LE BACON - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Tahaa Yacht Charter

The fragrant scent of vanilla fills the air on Tahaa, just north of Raiatea and encircled by the same barrier reef. In fact, 80 percent of all the vanilla in French Polynesia is grown in the mountain valleys of Tahaa, earning it the nickname of the Vanilla Island. Plantation tours are an interesting sojourn ashore. Black pearls, one of the prizes of the region, are grown on aquatic farms, some of which are open to the public. Local artisans craft fine jewellery featuring the pearls, and the intricate and beautiful bracelets, necklaces, and rings are for sale in shops throughout the Tahitian Leewards. Tahaa is home to a sea turtle reserve, where visitors can observe the creatures in a park setting. The island has many fjord-like inlets both scenic and well protected for anchoring, and the snorkelling on the reef is superb. White-sand beaches are ideal for swimming and picnicking.

Photo by Gilles DIRAIMONDO - AMV Voyages - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Photo by Gilles DIRAIMONDO - AMV Voyages - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Huahine Yacht Charter

Locally known as the Garden Island or the Wild Island for its lush tropical forests and agricultural land used to grow crops such as vanilla, copra, and even watermelons. Huahine is actually two mountainous islands spanned by a short bridge. The larger one is called Huahine-Nui, meaning big island, and, appropriately, the smaller one is called Huahine-Iti, meaning little island. Like Raiatea and Tahaa, it is much less traveled than Bora-Bora. Miles of pristine white-sand beaches, secure anchorages, and wonderful snorkelling are major appeals of this laid-back South Pacific treasure.

Photo by Tim-Mckenna.com - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Photo by Tim-Mckenna.com - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Bora-Bora Yacht Charter

The very name Bora-Bora conjures images of a far-off South Pacific paradise. The island has long been a favorite of sailors, and it still is. A single barrier reef encircles the two islands that make up Bora-Bora. The black basalt rock face of Mt. Otemanu rises 2,362 feet above an azure sea, with impressive Mt. Pahia nearby. Both dominate the heights and provide breathtaking views from the anchorages in the lagoon. The smaller island, Topua, is all that’s left of the ancient volcano of Bora-Bora. Secure anchorages, white-sand beaches, superlative snorkelling and swimming, restaurants, shops, art galleries, luxury resorts, and island tours are among the pleasures of a visit to Bora-Bora.

BORA BORA - Photo courtesy of www.Tahiti-Tourisme.com

BORA BORA - Photo courtesy of www.Tahiti-Tourisme.com

FRENCH POLYNESIA YACHT CHARTER ITINERARY – 14 DAYS

Arrival into French Polynesia would include a flight to Papeete, Tahiti. Guests should then take a direct connecting flight with Air Tahiti (the only domestic company available in French Polynesia) to Bora-Bora, where their luxury yacht charter crew will greet them and guide to IN THE WIND yacht.

DAY 1

BORA-BORA

Once you have settled into your yacht and enjoyed a gourmet lunch prepared by your chef, set sail to Motu Topua, the only remaining vestiges of the massive volcano that formed Bora-Bora. Enjoy snorkelling and swimming in the tiffany blue waters followed by cocktails on the fly bridge watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Later a decadent 3-course dinner awaits you, which is enjoyed in the perfect outdoor south pacific dining style, on the aft deck.

DAY 2

BORA-BORA

Sail to Pofai Bay and then visit the Vaitape Village and enjoy a cocktail at the famous Bloody Mary’s with its island atmosphere. The heights of Mt. Otemanu soar 2,362 feet above an azure sea, with impressive Mt. Pahia nearby.

DAY 3

BORA-BORA LAGOON

Sail along the string of motus (tiny islands) and participate in shark and manta ray feedings and swim with a myriad of colourful fish and turtles. Enjoy a picnic lunch on your own private motu set up by your crew. Spend the rest of the day waterskiing, kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding.

DAY 4

BORA-BORA – TAHA’A

After a morning of watching the manta rays feed at Pt. Raititi and enjoying the white sandy beaches near the point, set sail for the open-water passage to Tahaa. You’ll be off the wind the entire way, sailing fast and loving every minute. The soaring heights of Raiatea and Tahaa rise from a cobalt sea, cottony puffs of white cloud stark against a brilliant blue sky. This is South Pacific sailing at its best. As you draw near, the unmistakable sweet scent of vanilla carries to you on the balmy wind. Tahaa is nicknamed the Vanilla Island because of its vanilla plantations. The scenery is picture-perfect South Pacific. Once you’re through the pass at Tahaa, the fjord-like expanse of Haamene Bay is just a couple of miles away, scenic and secure.

DAY 5

TAHA’A

Wake up and enjoy a morning hike along a scenic hiking trail through the dense tropical forest over Mt. Taira to the head of Hurepiti Bay where your yacht can meet you and lunch is served. Then spend the afternoon relaxing in the bay swimming, snorkelling and water skiing followed by sunset cocktails on the fly bridge. After your 3-course gourmet dinner on the aft deck, the evening may be spent stargazing from the comfort of the bow trampolines under a magnificent South Pacific sky.

DAY 6

TAHA’A

Sail through the lagoon and anchor at a breathtaking spot north of the Mahea motu. Enjoy magical snorkelling near the barrier reef of the Pass Tohaotu. After lunch you can take a tour of a local vanilla plantation.

DAY 7

TAHA’A – HUAHINE

It is a 5-6 hours passage from the Pass Toahotu, Tahaa to the Avamoa Pass of Huahine Island. The sailing is wonderful and line fishing can be enjoyed. Visit Fare, a typical Polynesian village with some boutiques and small restaurants. A common barrier reef surrounds the two islands of magical Huahine and both are filled with vanilla, coffee and taro plantations and groves of breadfruit, mango, banana and papaya. Offshore motus lie inside the reef where watermelons and cantaloupe flourish in the white coral sand.

DAY 8

HUAHINE LAGOON

The next leg of your Tahiti yachting itinerary takes you along the west coast of Huahine inside the barrier reef past a number of beautiful anchorages, with tall mountains off the port beam, the blues, greens, oranges, and browns of the reef to starboard. The rich scent of tropical flowers carries on the breeze. One of the more scenic places to spend the night is at Bay d’Avea with its white sandy beaches, at the southern end of the island’s western shore. The snorkelling in the area is excellent. Later visit a local fruit farm and sample the natural delights, which Huahine is so well know for.

DAY 9

HUAHINE LAGOON

Sail to the along the lagoon and anchor in a protected bay where snorkeling, swimming and waterskiing are enjoyed. Later visit a pearl farm set on a coral outcrop on the eastern side of the island and tour the ancient temples and the old village of Parea by dinghy.

DAY 10

HUAHINE-RAIATEA

Fast passage downwind to Raiatea and enter the Irihu Pass into Faaroa bay, which is a fjord-like indentation deep into the shoreline. Steep mountains rise on either side, lush with tropical vegetation and tall palms. Beyond is the valley of Mt. Tefaatuaiti. Aside from its stunning beauty, the main attraction of the bay is the opportunity to explore the Aopomau River by dinghy. In no other place in French Polynesia can you take a river trip! As you head up the river, jungle fronts both shores, interspersed with the cultivated lands of working plantations. The mountains are ever present, looming above like watchful sentinels. At an elevation of approximately 3,400 feet above sea level, Mt. Tefaatuaiti is the tallest peak in the Tahitian Leeward Islands.

DAY 11

RAIATEA

Sail through the lagoon to the west side of Raiatea and be prepared to experience the cultural heart of Tahiti. The many fascinating archaeological and historic sites provide a glimpse into Polynesian culture that must be experienced firsthand. A short trip ashore will lead you to the site of the Taputapuatea Marae, the most significant in French Polynesia.

DAY 12

RAIATEA- TAHA’A

It’s a short sail north inside the barrier reef back to the uninhabited island of Tahaa. With the balmy vanilla scent on the wind enjoy a perfect day of snorkelling on the west coast.

DAY 13

TAHA’A-BORA-BORA

In the morning, it is a few hours of smooth sailing with the wind back to Bora-Bora where we anchor on a private motu for lunch and then later sail to the main island of Bora-Bora where shopping and perhaps a local Tahitian dancing performance can be enjoyed.

DAY 14

BORA-BORA

After a delicious breakfast and a morning spent soaking up all the charms of the Society Leeward Islands for a last time, it is a short sail inside the lagoon to the airport motu, where your crew will escort you and carry your luggage ashore.

Hiva Oa, Marquises - Photo by Tim-Mckenna.com - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

Hiva Oa, Marquises - Photo by Tim-Mckenna.com - Courtesy of Tahiti Tourisme

MORE INFORMATION

For more information about South Pacific yacht vacation and chartering IN THE WIND catamaran, please contact our experienced charter brokers here.

Sunreef Yachts to attend 2013 Antigua Charter Yacht Show

November 22, 2013

Representing a premier yachting event for the charter industry, this year’s annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show will be attended by the prominent Polish luxury yacht builder, Sunreef Yachts. Kicking off the start of the Caribbean season, the 52nd edition of the event is set to be held from December 6th – 12th, 2013,  featuring more than 100 of the world’s most spectacular charter yachts, including mega yachts, sailing yachts, power boats, and catamarans, varying in size from 52’ upwards to 225’.

Sunreef 70 charter yacht MAVERICK to be displayed at the 2013 Antigua Charter Yacht Show

Sunreef 70 charter yacht MAVERICK to be displayed at the 2013 Antigua Charter Yacht Show

This year, Sunreef Yachts will be making a strong showing with an impressive display of three luxury catamarans: MAVERICK, SKYLARK, IN THE WIND.

Sunreef 70 charter yacht MAVERICK is a superb modern sailing unit capable of accommodating up to 12 guests in 5 cabins, which features an ultra-sleek, flawless interior design, exceptional amenities, and the latest in entertainment technology.

Catamaran SKYLARK -  Main

Catamaran SKYLARK - Main

Second on display, 70 Sunreef Power charter yacht SKYLARK provides comfort in cruising, an extended living space for 8 guests thanks to its large beam, impressive exterior space, oceanic range combined with very low fuel consumption and a customized, very elegant interior design.

What’s more, Sunreef 58 charter yacht IN THE WIND, luxury sailing charter catamaran, provides remarkable levels of comfort for 8 guests, efficiency, stability and seaworthiness.

IN THE WIND - Main

IN THE WIND - Main

It is a priority for the Sunreef Yachts team to keep up to date with the best charter yachts currently on the market by taking hands on approach familiarizing themselves with the vast selection luxury catamarans, mega yachts, charter powerboats and sailing yachts.

Sunreef Yachts to attend the 2012 Antigua Charter Yacht Show with 5 luxury yachts on display

November 13, 2012

The respected Polish builder, Sunreef Yachts, is delighted to announce that they will be attending this year’s Antigua Charter Yacht Show with five luxury vessels on display. These include the Sunreef 102 charter yacht IPHARRA, the 70 Sunreef Power charter yacht SKYLARK, the 70 Sunreef Power ABUELO as well as two other spectacular units that are presently for sale – the Sunreef 58 IN THE WIND and the 70 Sunreef Power yacht DAMRAK II.

IPHARRA -  Sailing

IPHARRA - Sailing

The seven-day event is one of the most important charter boat shows of the Caribbean season. It will take place from December 2th to December 8th. The Sunreef Yachts Team will be there throughout the event at the Falmouth Harbour Marina.

Catamaran SKYLARK -  At The Quay

Catamaran SKYLARK - At The Quay

Official christening of the Sunreef 58 catamaran yacht CARPE DIEM

November 05, 2012

October 31, at the embankment of the Hotel Hilton in Gdansk, saw the official christening of the fourth Sunreef 58 sailing yacht CARPE DIEM. Constructed by the prominent Polish builder Sunreef Yachts, catamaran yacht CARPE DIEM was ordered in January 2012.

Sunreef 58 sailing yacht CARPE DIEM anchored at the embankment of the Hotel Hilton in Gdansk

Sunreef 58 sailing yacht CARPE DIEM anchored at the embankment of the Hotel Hilton in Gdansk

The ceremony began with a glass of champagne and a visit of the Sunreef 58 yacht CARPE DIEM followed by her official christening. Many friends and family of the owners came to celebrate the beginning of their new adventure – a round-the-world trip aboard CARPE DIEM, during the gala dinner at the Hilton’s restaurant.

CARPE DIEM yacht - front view

CARPE DIEM yacht - front view

Below is a selection of the luxurious charter yachts built by Sunreef.

Strong Sales and Building Activity at Sunreef Yachts continue

October 30, 2012

Ordered in January 2012, the fourth Sunreef 58 catamaran, yacht CARPE DIEM, is awaiting her grand christening planned for tomorrow, October 31, on the embankment of the Hilton Hotel in Gdańsk, Poland. At the moment, the leading Polish shipyard, Sunreef Yachts, is also working on another 70 Sunreef Power yacht, due to be launched next year.

Sunreef 58 luxury yacht Carpe Diem

Sunreef 58 luxury yacht Carpe Diem

Luxury yacht CARPE DIEM is a private vessel, where the name clearly defines its owners life attitude. They wish to enjoy every moment of their long-awaited travels to the fullest. Like all Sunreef catamarans, the autonomy of this yacht will allow her to spend a great deal of time offshore and run silently without much need for a generator. This can be achieved thanks to the environment-friendly appliances developed by Sunreef’s in-house technical research department.

The owners are now getting ready for a- round-the-world trip aboard CARPE DIEM yacht that will become their second home for the next few years. The port side hull houses one owner cabin with all 5 star resort amenities including a private Turkish bath. The starboard hull features two double guest cabins and a crew cabin with a separate entrance from the cockpit.

70 Sunreef Power Yacht

70 Sunreef Power Yacht

Construction work is reaching its peek at the Sunreef shipyard, as the company receives a new order for the popular 70 Sunreef Power (an example can be charter yacht SKYLARK). Launched in 2008, the 70 Sunreef Power is the first model from the power range, which has gained a huge popularity among clients. This is due to its elegant hull shape, low fuel consumption, ability to perform crossings and circumnavigations, and its impressive living space coupled with its luxurious finish. The launch of this new yacht is scheduled for July 2013, after which she will sail off to her owners in Turkey.

Currently 7 luxury catamarans are under construction in the shipyard, including a new composite sailing superyacht model, the Sunreef 80 yacht due for launch in March 2013.

Below is a choice of the exquisite charter yachts built by Sunreef Yachts.

Sunreef Yachts increased its workforce of 22% for Spring/Summer 2012

May 29, 2012

Currently working on 7 vessels in total measuring from 19 to 24 meters, a world leader in luxury catamarans design as well as building, the Sunreef Yachts shipyard is now working on 120% of its production capacity. The 7 luxury vessels include 3 new models: the Sunreef 80 superyacht, the luxury yacht Sunreef 82 and the 60 Sunreef Power yacht under construction as well as 4 other units in build, comprising 2 x 70 Sunreef Power yachts, the Sunreef 70 Sailing and the Sunreef 58 Sailing.

Sunreef Yachts shipyard

Sunreef Yachts shipyard

With the summer approaching, two new 2012 yacht models enter the final months of construction before being officially unveiled for the first time at the Cannes International Boat Show 2012.

The custom-designed wooden furniture has now been installed within the hulls of the Sunreef 82 Double Deck superyacht. The saloon is being fitted with the beautiful Bubinga finish, and the owner cabin located in the lower deck is almost ready, featuring a jardinière and a Spa Pool. The flybridge is will soon be infused and added to the superstructure. Rudder blades and keels will be added to the hulls next week.

The production of the yacht 60 Sunreef Power is also advancing well. Most of the furniture is now in place, and both engine rooms are finished and fitted with engines, generators, and water makers. The innovative JMS boat control system by ZF Marine Electronics Group, allowing the boat to be easily maneuvered with a joystick, has been installed. It is a very rare feature on large catamaran yachts, and Sunreef is delighted to apply this system on its new power model. Most of the electrical systems have been installed. The flybridge mould is currently being cut on the CNC machine in-house. It will be infused in June and assembled with the superstructure immediately afterwards.

60 Sunreef Power yacht and superyacht Sunreef 82 DD

60 Sunreef Power yacht and superyacht Sunreef 82 DD

Commissioned at the end of 2011, the new sailing superyacht Sunreef 80 is already officially under construction. The yacht will be made of an advanced composite sandwich combining vinylester and an epoxy resin mixture developed for the project by Sunreef’s engineers, PVC foam, glass fibre with carbon reinforcement for the hulls and carbon fibre for the deck and the superstructure, with a carbon mast and boom, standing rigging with Kevlar and total sail area of 340 m2, weighing just 45T lightship and 60T fully loaded. Sunreef’s engineering office produced a special weighing platform that will register all additional weight of the boat. All systems will also be optimized to minimize their weight.

After five months of intensive design finalizing, the building process has started. The infusion of the first hull has been performed two weeks ago and the second hull will be infused next week, followed by the infusion of the wet deck and bulkheads installation. For the first time, the hull is infused in a single attempt and not in two parts as previously. It means total infusion time of 1h 10 min to create a surface of 150m2. The yacht is due for launch in March 2013.

Luxury yacht Sunreef 80

Luxury yacht Sunreef 80

This active production confirms that the niche market of large-sized, luxury catamarans is now flourishing and that 10 years of experience in this restricted sector of activity is now gratified with numerous new contracts. Only in recent 3 months the company received orders for 2 new custom yachts, including the 58 Sailing and the 60 Sunreef Power yacht and more orders are due to be concluded within 2 months. To answer this growing demand, the company increased its workforce of 22% and employees now more than 450 people.

Sunreef Yachts Strenghtens Its Interests In the Adriatic

May 09, 2012

One of the best builders of luxury, custom-made catamaran yachts, Sunreef Yachts, is a dynamic company, founded in 2002 by the French businessman Francis Lapp. Based in the well known city of Gdansk in Poland, the yard has become a main reference in the large as well as luxury catamaran yachts niche.

Sunreef 58 sailing yacht FREESTYLE in Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

Sunreef 58 sailing yacht FREESTYLE in Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

Following strong development in Western Europe, the US and Far East, the company is now exploring the Eastern Mediterranean region with boat shows in Croatia (Split) and Montenegro (Porto Montenegro, Tivat) held in April and May 2012.

Sunreef Yachts has exhibited the Sunreef 58 catamaran yacht FREESTYLE, its first line yacht model, with superb modern and minimalist interior design in white with distinctive purple hulls. The yacht has been enthusiastically received by visitors in Split and Porto Montenegro, who also enjoyed sea trials after both events. The shipyard expects to sell 2-3 units of this model within two months of these shows.

Launched in September 2011, her new owners will take the luxury yacht FREESTYLE on a six month long journey to explore Croatia, Montenegro, Greece and Turkey. They will start this long-awaited dream voyage in two weeks’ time.

Visit Sunreef Yachts at the 2012 Croatia Boat Show: 17-22 April

April 16, 2012

The world renowned luxury custom made catamaran builder – SUNREEF YACHTS – is happy to announced, that they will be attending the 2012 Croatia Boat Show to be held from 17th to 22nd April in Split, Croatia.

Sunreef 58 Catamaran Yacht

Sunreef 58 Catamaran Yacht

It is the first time that the shipyard will exhibit its yacht at this event. Based in Porto Montenegro, Sunreef 58 FREESTYLE yacht will be displayed as a Première at the show and available for sea trials straight afterwards. The Sunreef 58 FREESTYLE catamaran is the second unit of the new yacht model, Sunreef 58 introduced in May 2011 and exhibited only once in Cannes last year (In The Wind).

Interior of the Sunreef 58 catamaran

Interior of the Sunreef 58 catamaran

The Sunreef 58 yacht is laid out in a semi-owner layout, featuring one large owner suite, three double guest cabins and one twin crew cabin. The owner suite is located aft on the port side hull and has independent access directly from the cockpit. The crew cabin is located opposite and has direct access from the outside as well. Guest cabins are comfortably located within hulls and are equipped with en-suite bathrooms. Six wide port-lights integrated in hulls allow plenty of sunlight into the guest cabins. The saloon includes the galley, the main helm station and a dining area for eight. Two more dining zones are located in the aft cockpit and on the flybridge. A 40in LCD TV with a DVD player and a Bose hi-fi will entertain guests inside.

Sunreef 58 catamaran interior - Sunreef Yachts

Sunreef 58 catamaran interior - Sunreef Yachts

The total interior living space is 62 m2 (667 sq ft). The external cockpit is equipped with comfortable sofas, sunbathing mattresses, a dining table, armchairs, and storage compartments for water toys.The FREESTYLE’s exterior is impressive with its purple painted hulls that match the modern, minimalist interior design combining purple, black and light beige with high gloss white furniture (dining table, chart table) and carefully selected decorative details. Altogether the interior design evokes stylish modern simplicity and peaceful ambience.

The yacht is intended for private use only and will be permanently based in Porto Montenegro, a new superyacht hub in the Eastern Mediterranean. Sunreef Yachts look forward to seeing you in SPLIT soon.

New Order for the Sunreef 58 sailing yacht Carpe Diem due to be launched in October 2012

February 14, 2012

The sailing yacht Carpe Diem by Sunreef Yachts is the fourth Sunreef 58 expected to circumnavigate the globe from October 2012, following other three Sunreef 58s already cruising in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Just like all Sunreef catamarans, the autonomy of the Carpe Diem yacht will permit her to spend a plenty of time offshore and run silently without much need for a generator, thanks to her environmentally-friendly appliances currently under development by Sunreef’s in-house technical research department.

Sunreef 58 sailing yacht Carpe Diem

Sunreef 58 sailing yacht Carpe Diem

The luxury yacht Carpe Diem will be laid out in an owner version with the port side hull entirely dedicated to an extremely spacious master cabin with all five star amenities and a proper Turkish bath. The starboard hull will house two double guest cabins and a crew cabin, directly accessible from the cockpit.

The luxury yacht Carpe Diem by Sunreef Yachts

The luxury yacht Carpe Diem by Sunreef Yachts

Intended to be used as a second home over several years, the new Sunreef 58 catamaran yacht Carpe Diem will be fitted with fully customized modern interior design combining light grey and olive green.

Sunreef 58 Carpe Diem Yacht

Sunreef 58 Carpe Diem Yacht

In January 2012 the shipyard has launched its first yacht of the new year, the Sunreef 70 sailing yacht POMAIKA’I, with cruising destination in Hawaii.

Sailing yacht IN THE WIND launched by Sunreef – The Premiere of the New Sunreef 58

June 15, 2011

On May 27th 2011 Sunreef Yachts celebrated the Premiere of the new Sunreef Yachts sail catamaran Sunreef 58 IN THE WIND, during a reception at the Hilton Hotel in Gdańsk. The event celebrated not only the new Sunreef 58 model but also the newly launched exclusive power catamaran Sunreef 70 DAMRAK II, followed by their christening.

Launch of Sunreef 58 sailing yacht In the Wind and Sunreef 70 Power yacht Damrak II

Launch of Sunreef 58 sailing yacht In the Wind and Sunreef 70 Power yacht Damrak II

The event was followed by sea trials the next day, during which guests were able to get a feel of the boats. The next chance to view the Sunreef 58 IN THE WIND and 70 Sunreef Power M/Y DAMRAK II will be during a presentation in Marbella Spain on June 24th 2011.

Sailing yacht IN THE WIND launched by Sunreef – The Premiere of the New Sunreef 58

Sailing yacht IN THE WIND launched by Sunreef – The Premiere of the New Sunreef 58

Some of the features boasted by the new Sunreef 58 sailing yacht IN THE WIND includes:

* A modern and elegant interior influenced by Japanese design

* Stylish accommodations in four cabins featuring large porthole windows and ensuite baths

* Spacious salon with panoramic windows offer incredible views

* Impressive flybridge, providing the ideal setting for dining or relaxing in the sun or shade

* Options for outdoor fun include kayaks, water skis, knee board, snorkel and fishing gear

Specifications of the Sunreef catamaran IN THE WIND

Length: 18.90m (62′ )
Beam: 9.27m (30′ 5″)
Draft: 1.60m (5′ 3″)
Year Built: 2011
Builder: Sunreef Yachts
Interior Designer: Sunreef Yachts
Rig: Sloop
Number of Cabins: 4
Total Guests (Sleeping): 8
Total Guests (Cruising): 12
Cabin Configuration: ( 4 Double)
Total Crew: 2
Flag: Cayman Islands
Classification: Bureau Veritas
Naval Architect: Sunreef Yachts
Hull Construction: Composite
Hull Configuration: Multi hull
Air Conditioning: Yes 
Deck Spa Pool: No
Captain’s Name: Alwyn Coetzee
Captain’s Nationality: South African