With a colossal 13.5 metre beam, the 100 Sunreef Power has superyacht levels of usable space. Could the 30-metre Polish-built multihull entice superyacht owners away from their massive monohulls? We take a look at hull number one to find out.


Comparing supercat beams with those of a superyacht never gets old. Take the 100 Sunreef Power  that we have here for example.

She has a colossal beam of 13.5 metres, which is equal to that of Turquoise Yachts’s 77-mtere M/Y GO. In fact, in terms of beam, the big Sunreef would actually make the superyacht Top 100, coming in at 99th place ahead of the Maltese Falcon with her 12.9-metre wide deck. Again, to put these numbers into context, the 100 Sunreef Power is only 30 metres long.


“Sunreef Yachts is the only shipyard in the world to inject superyacht quality into multihull architecture,” comments Francis Lapp – Sunreef Yachts’ Founder and President and the 100 Sunreef Power is a testament to this. From the moment you step up the aft steps (next to the hydraulic platform and voluminous garage), the 100 gives you those superyacht vibes. Everything is XL here; the wide steps lead up to a huge open cockpit with a two-person lounger to port. Even with this large pad, there’s still plenty of room to walk around with the minimal dining table and chairs making even more space available.

Wide open space: The 100’s cockpit offers an immense alfresco relaxation area.

As impressive as the cockpit is, a swift walk along either of the broad side decks takes you to one of the 100’s most outstanding areas, the foredeck lounge. Featuring one of the largest sunpads on the water (for up to 12 people, no less), this is about as open as a yacht can get. Here the orange materials of the sunpad and L-shape sofas contrast with the wood floor and the dark hull colour creating a sophisticated lounging area. A door to the salon next to the port sofa allows refreshments to be served quickly, with the salon itself having little resemblance to that of a 30-metre monohull. 

Even with the broad side decks, the 100’s main salon is vast. Sunreef’s interior designers had a lot of area to play with resulting in a design that is more reminiscent of a Parisian penthouse than a yacht. Highly customisable, it’s easy to select a layout of your exact requirements. Hull number one has a galley forward and there’s even enough room for a gym forward to port.


Hull number one has a traditional catamaran cabin layout with  five, large double cabins for the Sunreef’s Owner and guests along with three spacious crew cabins. The Owner’s cabin, located to port, features a king-size bed and a lounge area next to the hull’s large windows.  The adjacent master bathroom is equally as impressive, with black and white tiling contrasting with the pastel hues of the bedroom. Behind the glass divide is a shower and basins with wardrobes and head located behind a sliding door.

For life on the ocean: The 100 Sunreef Power cuts an imposing presence and can be customised to match any plan and lifestyle.


Sunreef’s customisation doesn’t stop on the flybridge and it can be split into two with an enclosed Owner’s suite forward and open lounge, or with a classic flybridge as seen on hull number one. Here, guest can admire commanding views of the sea from sofas, bar stools, the aft Jaquzzi and the helm seats. As well as all the mingling space you could ever need, the flybridge also houses a retractable projector, screen and high-end audio system for nights under the stars watching your favourite movies.

Cats are also popular on the charter market, offering guests huge amount of space in a relatively short LOA.
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Due to their inherent stability, catamarans have always been seen as the number one choice for explorers. Cats are also popular on the charter market, offering guests huge amount of space in a short LOA. However, the 100 Sunreef Power takes the cat in a different direction, essentially chasing owners who want superyacht living spaces but at a fraction of the cost. “Our yachts are different from the catamarans you see on the market,” says Lapp. “In the world of multihull boats, Sunreef Yachts are an exception. Thanks to projects such as the 100 Sunreef Power, we are also gaining ground on the superyacht scene, because more owners realise that catamarans make fantastic luxury yachts.”