The Polish builder’s latest Explorer design has been designed to be self-sufficient for months on end, offering all the autonomy needed for worldwide exploration in comfort, luxury and with safety in mind.
The interior of the yacht is expansive, with light-filled dining and relaxation areas and custom-designed staterooms. Accommodation onboard is customised for up to 12 guests.
The new Sunreef Explorer will feature a 14.3-metre beam, allowing for a large aft deck perfect for alfresco dining and outdoor entertainment.
Tender cranes, garages and windlasses have been fitted to help store and deploy a fleet of water toys including dive compressors, Seabobs, e-bikes, e-foils, sailing dinghies and tenders. This equipment allows those onboard to interact with nature on a whole new level.
The superyacht can be tailored for divers, adrenaline-seekers or fishing enthusiasts, while onboard areas include a private spa, gym and an outdoor cinema with a bar.
Sunreef believe catamarans are the safest platforms for extended navigation, as all essential systems on board are doubled, with two engines, two fuel tanks, multiple generators and two water tanks. This promises redundancy and reliability in critical and uninhabited areas.
The technology and equipment aboard the Sunreef Explorer are perfectly engineered for delivering the ultimate performance, even in the most difficult conditions.
The Sunreef Explorer also includes impressive storage capabilities and a smart waste management system.
Sunreef Explorer Yachts are designed to go anywhere, from lush tropical islands to the most extreme latitudes.
From mountain biking in Greenland, diving in Ushuaia, horse riding in Galapagos or whale-watching in Newfoundland, the new Sunreef Explorer is dedicated to all those who dream of expanding their yachting horizons.