Ultimate cat

The Sunreef 77 Ultima is the latest catamaran to join the Polish shipyard's range.

17 January 2024


Sunreef Yachts has unveiled the latest catamaran in its range – the Sunreef 77 Ultima.

The company says the Sunreef 77 Ultima is a versatile and dynamic yacht that uses the latest green tech to provide a clean cruising experience and performance over a generous living space of a total of 304 square metres.

The sleek and sporty hull design enhances performance and prioritises energy efficiency, by creating minimal drag.

The interiors offer a lot of natural light and freedom, with customisation options including an impressive full-beam master stateroom.

One of the catamaran’s key features is a generous aft deck with a jet ski garage and foldout bulwark platforms.

The 77’s flybridge welcomes guests to a vast relaxation space with a jacuzzi and plenty of comfortable lounging options.


Sunreef Yachts says it continues to invest in green boating and help make yachting cleaner. The company makes electric, hybrid, hydrogen and solar catamarans and says over 50 per cent of its demand is now for its Eco range.

“There will always be criticism; it’s natural,” says Sunreef Yachts’ CEO and founder, Francis Lapp. “I accept it, but I also want to make sure that everyone understands how much effort and money it costs us to push innovation forward. We do almost everything by ourselves.

“The full transition cannot happen overnight but, as a company, we feel our responsibility and do everything possible to make it happen. The interest in alternatives to fossil fuel is massive, and we’re optimistic.”

Lapp confirms the boatbuilder is currently building two 43-metre electric sail yachts that will rely on solar power, electric engines, hydrogeneration and performance sails. He adds: “They will prove that superyachts can be energy efficient and highly autonomous.”



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