Hole in one

Sunreef Yachts’ new 19th hole cata­ma­ran of­fers high lev­els of lux­ury in a high-per­for­mance pack­age

Virtuozity - - Boating -

Sunreef Yachts re­cently launched the 74-foot 19th hole cata­ma­ran, which was first to­gether with her twin sis­ter, Blue deer.

the two char­ter yachts owned by a fa­mous Ital­ian fam­ily have sim­i­lar lay­outs, but dif­fer­ent souls and great sto­ries be­hind them, ac­cord­ing to the com­pany. the fam­ily`s ad­ven­ture with Sunreef Yachts dates back a few years, when they first pur­chased the 70-foot sail­ing cata­ma­ran, anini. a few years af­ter set­ting this bench­mark, they have up­graded to a Sunreef 74.

In­deed, ac­cord­ing to Sunreef, the 19th hole could be also named ‘the essence of Italy’. her lay­out, with an open sa­loon and gal­ley up, re­flects Italy’s es­teem for cook­ing, style and at­ten­tion to de­tail, as well as a yearn for in­fi­nite open­ness. the com­pany says that spe­cial fo­cus was placed on the build-out of the cata­ma­ran’s in­te­rior.

“along with the high per­for­mance,

sta­bil­ity and unique con­cepts that Sunreef Yachts is known for, own­ers also con­sider im­pec­ca­ble in­te­ri­ors as a vi­tal el­e­ment. 19th Hole pro­vides a unique on­board ex­pe­ri­ence that will fit the needs of pas­sion­ate sailors and yacht­ing life­style lovers. Days spent aboard are bound to be noth­ing but fun as she pro­vides spa­cious liv­ing ar­eas, a large wet-deck, con­vertable mat­tresses on the fly bridge and a va­ri­ety of wa­ter toys,” the com­pany said in a state­ment an­nounc­ing the craft.

The 45-square-me­tre cock­pit di­rectly con­nects to the main deck and its fully open sa­loon equipped with spread leather so­fas, leather puffs, gen­er­ous stor­age space, pop-up TV with a sur­round sound

To­tal Liv­ing Space

240 sqm

sys­tem, and book­shelves on the win­dow sills. Panoramic win­dows of­fer stun­ning views and keep the sa­loon bright through­out the day. At portside, the sa­loon fea­tures a fully equipped gal­ley with a pantry, mod­ern ap­pli­ances and a win­dow sill with an in­door gar­den­ing stand.

19th Hole fea­tures two VIP cab­ins and two guest cab­ins, both of which are spa­cious, with in­cred­i­ble lay­outs and style. The VIP cabin lay­out com­prises a com­bi­na­tion of ac­ces­sories play­ing in uni­son and bath­rooms where mod­ern and min­i­mal meet. The guest spa­ces, mean­while, are de­scribed by Sunreef as “minia­ture ho­tel suites float­ing on wa­ter”. Each is equipped with an el­e­vated king size bed, a popup TV, a head­board and read­ing lights. Spa­cious bath­rooms in the cab­ins are a sign that the cata­ma­ran was specif­i­cally de­signed for com­fort seek­ing pas­sen­gers. The in­te­ri­ors have a sil­ver, amethyst, cobalt and navy blue touch.

Like her sib­ling, 19th Hole has crew cab­ins that can be ac­cessed from the cock­pit and fore­peak at portside, in­creas­ing pri­vacy. The star­board hull fea­tures a stor­age room where food, house­hold goods and ap­pli­ances can be safely kept or utilised.

The two guest cab­ins, lo­cated at the front (in two sep­a­rate hulls) can ac­com­mo­date up to three guests each.

Like the Blue Deer, 19th Hole is man­aged by the Sunreef Yachts Char­ter com­pany and op­er­ates in the Mediter­ranean and Caribbean Re­gion.

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