During the Monaco Yacht Show, Sunreef Yachts announced the signature of a build contract for a Sunreef 43M Eco superyacht – the world’s biggest electric leisure catamaran. Equipped with composite-integrated solar panels, a hydro-generation system, electric engines and performance sails, the yacht will offer unlimited autonomy and superyacht luxury.
The shipyard has been revolutionizing the yachting world for two notable decades and aims to continue to do so by shifting the minds of superyacht owners around the world in the direction of eco-innovation.
Harnessing energy from the elements and using state-of-the-art technologies, the shipyard’s latest eco-friendly sail superyacht represents a new approach to green yachting. The Sunreef 43M Eco’s electric propulsion comes from two 200 kW engines. This will allow for e-motoring at 11 knots of cruising speed and a top speed of 14 knots.
The Sunreef 43M Eco will feature Sunreef Yachts’ in-house developed photovoltaic system, generating up to 50 kWp. The proprietary solar power system will be built into the composite structures of the yacht including hull sides, superstructure, bimini, boom and mast.
The yacht’s design incorporates a unique alfresco lounging and dining space in the aft. With the large hydraulic platform lowered and two fold-out bulwark terraces open, the Sunreef 43M Eco creates a vast walkaround beach club. The relaxation area can be entirely customized and can welcome a drinks bar, gym or a generous storage room for water toys and diving gear. Underneath the aft cockpit, the yacht’s garage transports two jet skis.
This ultramodern sustainable craft will be able to welcome up to 12 guests in the most luxurious conditions. The interior décor will incorporate a variety of sustainably-sourced materials and fabrics. The Sunreef 43M Eco will be also equipped with an energy-saving air-conditioning system.
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