BY APB Staff on 11 Jul 2019

The 80ft luxury sailing catamaran is intended exclusively for private navigation

Following sea trials in the Baltic Sea, the Sunreef 80 Gija is successfully delivered at the Gdansk Shipyard in Poland. This 80ft luxury craft belongs to the shipyard’s new range of sailing catamarans and is intended exclusively for private navigation.

Gija‘s vast main saloon features a cozy lounging area to starboard, a dining space to portside and a central kitchen island with a wine-cooler and retractable TV. To the bow, the saloon gives access to the generous forward terrace. Towards the aft, the sliding door opens onto the cockpit, offering alfresco dining space, a wet bar and also a multifunctional aft platform.

Sunreef 80 Gija Delivered
(Photo: Sunreef Yachts)

Down in the hulls, Gija sleeps up to 6 guests in supreme comfort thanks to a smart three-cabin layout. The yacht’s starboard hull houses the opulent master suite with a king-size bed, a sofa, desk, dressing corner and an elegant bathroom clad in light grey quartz. Further to the bow, the guest cabin features a double bed, plenty of storage and a big bathroom. Another identically set up cabin is found in the port hull along with the yacht’s two galleys and crew quarters.

Sunreef 80 Gija Delivered 3
(Photo: Sunreef Yachts)

Designed for daytime lounging and dining, Gija‘s flybridge offers immense living space with large sunbeds, a BBQ bar, a large height-adjustable table and free-standing furniture.