BY APB Staff on 19 Aug 2022

Hong Seh Marine now represents the Polish builder across its full range of sailing and power multihulls

Sunreef 80 Eco

Sunreef 80 Eco

Polish luxury catamaran builder Sunreef Yachts has appointed Hong Seh Marine as its new Singapore dealer.

The dealership agreement includes Sunreef yachts’ full range of sailing and power multihulls and a new eco range of solar-powered luxury catamarans for the Singapore region. Sunreef says the move is “in line with the company’s vision toward luxury and sustainable boating.”

Established in 2002, Sunreef Yachts provides over 20 years of experience constructing high-end custom catamarans. The builder has placed particular focus on solar energy and sustainable technologies, as it moves more into the environmentally conscious end of the market. 

Francis Lapp

Sunreef Yachts’ president and founder, Francis Lapp

Almost all Sunreef’s current lineup can now be had in an eco-version, which is a set of options that covers everything from renewable energy sources to building in flax-based fibreglass.

“We are pleased to initiate this partnership with Hong Seh Marine. We know that we can count on them as a reliable partner in Singapore. This collaboration leads us to a closer bond with our local customer base, showing more and more interest in our Eco range of sustainable catamarans,” says Francis Lapp, founder and president of Sunreef Yachts.

100 Sunreef Power ECO

100 Sunreef Power Eco

The company currently has a shipyard in the Polish city of Gdansk, which employs over 1,000 people for in-house design and production. The yard boasts well-known clients, including Rafa Nadal and Fernando Alonso. Sunreef recently confirmed it will open a new shipbuilding yard in Ras Al Khaimah, in the UAE. It’s the builder’s first overseas shipyard, and is set to help meet rising demand from Asia and the Middle East.

“At Hong Seh Marine, we are continuously evolving to give our clients the best boating experience. Expanding the product portfolio was, therefore, a strategic initiative,” says Della Pearce, director of Hong Seh Marine.

Sunreef 80 Eco

The 80 Eco left its yard in Poland bearing ultra-thin integrated solar panels

Edward Tan, executive director of Hong Seh Marine, adds: “Our newly formed partnership with Sunreef Yachts is an exciting opportunity and enables us to expand our product line. We are confident in Sunreef eco-friendly technologies and impeccable quality that promises to deliver luxury and comfort along with its recent range in providing sustainability.”