With a constantly growing demand for large luxury sail catamarans, Sunreef Yachts teams up with one of the world’s best yacht designers Malcom McKeon to present a radical superyacht concept – the Sunreef MM460 CAT. Globally-known for in-house manufacturing and designing, Sunreef Yachts now engages in a special collaboration focusing on one the industry’s most exciting multihull concepts.
The design is defined by its impressive glass superstructure, atop which sits a 60 sq.m flybridge. This additional expanse of space not only gives the dual helm positions clear sight lines in all directions, but also provides a safe yet thrilling spot for guests to relax whilst the yacht is under sail, with fantastic elevated views.
The main saloon is accessed via full height glass doors, which retract almost the full width of the superstructure and a spacious lounge and dining area, which expands to seat 18 guests, awaits.
Positioned forwards on the main deck are the master and VIP suites. Of equal size, these ensuite cabins both feature a chaise lounge, desk and walk-in wardrobe. The outlook is to the forward cockpit with its daybeds and Jacuzzi, which is reached via the main corridor.
From the saloon, steps lead to the lower deck of either hull. The starboard hull houses the guest accommodation, of which there are four ensuite cabins all convertible between double and twin configuration. To aft in the starboard hull, the Sunreef MM460 CAT carries a 6.2m tender and there’s space for additional water toys, scuba dive cylinders and compressor, as well as a wetsuit store. The crew/rescue tender is stowed in the forepeak and there’s also space for two jet skis below deck.
In the port hull, an aft beach club steals the limelight. It’s equipped with a bar counter and stools, an adjacent sauna and a 2.5m fold-down platform that provides direct access to the water from the port side.
The crew quarters are also located in the port hull. There are three cabins with twin-bunks, plus an Engineer’s cabin and a Captain’s cabin, along with the crew mess, laundry and the yacht’s galley.