Shimali: Superyacht 100 Sunreef Power Revealed

November 10, 2021

Hull number one, or Shimali, is the first of the shipyard’s latest super-cat range and is highly-customised and bespoke to the owner, while maintaining a classic Sunreef design as a luxury transatlantic yacht offering unmatched comfort and stability while underway. 

The new owner of the first 100 Power wanted to create a home from home where he could spend time with his family in a very similar way to their life on land. Relaxation and guest comfort were at the heart of the customer’s design for this project and this can be seen in the custom features specific to this yacht. The vast 85 sqm flybridge on this yacht is the ultimate spot to relax with guests, from the bar and large dining table to the custom-built spa pool surrounded by sunpads. This area can also be transformed into an outdoor cinema with high performance speakers, a retractable projector and screen. 

The stern cockpit spans over the 13.5M beam offering a large alfresco dining space, a daybed, and the wet bar. This yacht also boasts a large and very versatile aft hydraulic platform that can be used as a beach club, so guests can feel closer to the water while enjoying a sundowner, or as a swim platform if guests fancy a refreshing dip from the back of the yacht. The aft platform is also used to store a five meter RIB. 

The main deck saloon features a large lounging area to portside with a drop down 55” TV and a custom-designed drinks bar to starboard. Glass door panels slide back to enable the saloon to be fully opened onto the aft deck, inviting the outside in, making it a very sociable space. Towards the bow part of the saloon, the yacht’s galley offers restaurant quality amenities and access to a cold room with six freezers below deck. The galley is also protected by a glass screen that turns opaque on demand giving guests more privacy from the crew if required. You will also find a gym on the main deck that allows guests to look out over the water while working out. 

Sunreef’s PR manager Artur Poloczanski pointed out that “other people might wish to use the space occupied by the bar in a different way or have a gym in a different place. They galley area on Shimali, for example, could be used for the master suite to take full advantage of the boat’s exceptional beam. The point is, there are many possibilities when you have so much lateral space to play with.” The variety of options available to all Sunreef customers and the opportunities for customisation demonstrates how versatile Sunreef catamarans are. 

Interior design was very important to Shimali’s owner who opted for a classic, stylish and home-like design comprised of natural oak veneers, rose quartz, and brass accents. The owner wanted to commission a yacht that was a “home from home” using traditional chairs and sofas that you might expect to see in a Victorian villa with green Chesterfield sofas, striped armchairs and a glass-topped coffee table, as well as the large bar with illuminated rose quartz panels. 

This ultra-modern catamaran accommodates up to 10 guests overnight as well as providing comfortable accommodation for a full-time professional crew in three crew cabins, two located in the bow part of the hulls and one to aft. 

Located in the port hull, the master suite features a king-size bed and a relaxation area with ocean views and generous master bathroom with classic black and white tiling. Next door is the VIP cabin that has a double bed, en suite bathroom and a vanity desk. The starboard hull houses the remaining three luxury guest cabins. The accommodation on Shimali was also carefully considered by the owner, who wanted to maximise the size of the cabins by opting for 5 rather than the 6 cabins a 100 Power is capable of. 

The 100 Sunreef Power is designed for all-year navigation in supreme luxury, combining unrivalled living space with reliable performance and outstanding autonomy. The volumes within the hulls combined with the vast beam offers full freedom for customisation with infinite options. Son of Sunreef’s founder, Nicolas Lapp reinforces this and explains why so many people are making the move away from monohulls to multihulls saying that “to obtain the same volume in a conventional motor yacht you would need to go to 36 or 40 meters in length. With the 100 Power, you get 500 sqm of living space but with less complications, less crew, easier management and lower running costs than could be expected with a monohull. The broad beam also enables us to build higher without losing stability, yet the twin hulls are extremely efficient and have very good handing characteristics.” 

If you are interested in finding out more about the 100 Power and want to being your own custom project, get in touch with our team now, and read more about the range on our website: .


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