The fully custom motor catamaran was delivered to Nadal at his hometown in Mallorca after having been ordered the year before. The tennis player had previously chartered Sunreef Catamarans and had met with Francis Lapp, the founder of the company, at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2018.
The exterior styling features high bulwarks, portlights in stainless steel and railings that enhance safety without impeding the views both outside or from within the air-conditioned salon.
The 80 Sunreef Power model offers Owners a generous volume with a fold-down balcony off the Master Suite and a tender garage designed for the storage of jet skis. A pair of 1,200 HP engines provide power for long cruises, as well as for exploring the nooks and crannies around the Balearic Islands. The carbon composite hull and superstructure makes for a light draft to effortlessly access the beaches, and further enhance the stability on board.
Overnight, the accommodation provides for up to 8 guests over 4 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins and 1 twin cabin, and the crew quarters are in the bow of both hulls.
The starboard side Master suite is the most lavish cabin on board and in addition to the aforementioned fold-down balcony, there is a double bed, a widescreen TV concealed in the ceiling when not in use, a sofa, walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom furnished with a sink, toilet and shower.
Nadal previously owned M/Y BEETHOVEN, a Monte Carlo Yachts 76 model which he also used to cruise his favourite waters around the island of Mallorca. M/Y GREAT WHITE will serve a similar role, providing the tennis player with complete freedom and adventure away from his busy training schedule.