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