BY Nick Walton on 9 Dec 2023

Polish brand Sunreef has commissioned two new Sunreef 100 Eco Superyachts, the shipyard's ground-breaking electric catamarans. 

Sunreef Yachts was recently commissioned to build the two Sunreef 100 Eco superyachts for repeat Sunreef customers.

With a growing interest in large eco-responsible catamarans worldwide, Sunreef Yachts pioneers a sustainable revolution in the superyacht world.

The Sunreef cat was designed to provide an emissions-free cruising experience in complete silence and luxury. Using green hi-tech solutions developed in-house by Sunreef Yachts, both Sunreef 100 Eco catamarans will feature composite integrated solar panels, maximizing solar power generation.

With custom-engineered batteries and state-of-the-art electric engines, the Sunreef 100 Eco will offer hours of e-motoring with no fumes or vibrations. The Sunreef 100 Eco will offer a smooth sailing experience and while under sail, the yacht’s hydro-generators will provide a steady supply of green energy.

Polish brand Sunreef has commissioned two new Sunreef 100 Eco Superyachts, the shipyard's ground-breaking electric catamarans. 

One of the catamaran’s standout features is her invisible aft garage that can stow a jet ski and a collection of water toys. Another key feature of the Sunreef 100M Eco is her vast Ocean Lounge combining the aft platform and fold-down balconies. Dedicated to sunning, lounging and watersports, the lounge provides direct access to voluminous toy storage and diving gear.

With cutting-edge green tech and imposing living space, the Sunreef 100 Eco is the essence of sustainable superyacht design. This bespoke all-electric luxury craft now joins the Sunreef Yachts Eco range of sail catamarans alongside the Sunreef 50 Eco, Sunreef 60 Eco, Sunreef 70 Eco and Sunreef 80 Eco.

Fitted with twin 270kW electric engines, the yacht model offers a 360° sustainable yachting experience with ultralight, high performance batteries as well as Sunreef Yachts’ proprietary solar power system. Thanks to the shipyard’s award-winning technology the craft can welcome up to 242,5 sqm of composite-integrated solar panels, generating up to 46kWp.

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