Avant-garde sailing

Sunreef Yachts is proud to announce the launch of the Sunreef 88 Double Deck - a sailing superyacht with an "aggressive, sporty look".

07 June 2017


The news out of the Sunreef Yachts offices in Gdansk, Poland is that this leading producer of customised luxury catamarans is ready to announce the launch of the Sunreef 88 Double Deck.

This custom-built craft demonstrates the shipyard’s expertise and creative approach to multihull design in the range over 80 foot. The start of this ambitious project was officially announced during Sunreef Yachts’ press conference at the Cannes Yachting Festival last year.

The innovative Double Deck series was introduced in 2010 with the launch of the imposing Sunreef 102 Double Deck Ipharra – the world’s first double deck sailing catamaran and at the same time, one of the biggest sailing luxury multihulls ever built. All yachts in the Double Deck range feature a mezzanine level inside the saloon and a spacious master stateroom with a panoramic view of the main deck. The innovative composite structure not only conceals generous living spaces but also allows for generous alfresco dining and lounging areas.

The Sunreef 88 Double Deck is a display of the shipyard’s non-conformist attitude and a genuine example of Sunreef’s “avant-garde sailing catamaran” concept. Emphasis is placed on luxury, performance and privacy while offering over 300m² of living space. Her layout, interior design and technical features are entirely customised and adapted to her owner’s expectations. This unique catamaran is Sunreef’s sixth superyacht construction. After a series of tests and sea trials, the yacht will be on her way to meet her owner.



Length overall:    27m / 88ft

Breadth overall:    11.20m / 37ft

Draft max:    2.30m / 7.5ft

Air draft:    39m / 128ft

Main sail:    245m² / 820ft²

Code 0:    320m² / 1050ft²

Staysail:    76m² / 820ft²

Genoa:    180m² / 590ft²

Gennaker:    385m² / 1262ft²

Engines:    2 x 425hp

Main fuel tanks:    2 x 4000l

Water tanks:    2 x 800l

Naval architecture:    Sunreef Yachts

Design:    Sunreef Yachts

Construction:    Sunreef Yachts



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