Unrivalled Clean Cruising

Sunreef Yachts has recently launched the Sunreef 80 Eco Otoctone, a stunning electric sail yacht which will offer a noiseless and fume-free cruising experience.

Constructed for a repeat customer, who had previously commissioned two motor vessels, the super cat is equipped with two 180kW engines and a set of 550kWh batteries, as well as Sunreef Yachts’ revolutionary solar power system with panels fully integrated with the composite structures. Thanks to this technology, the Sunreef 80 Eco provides unrivalled solar power for extended range and clean cruising.

The custom-tailored layout of the four-cabin catamaran can accommodate eight guests in full luxury with interiors that stand out for their contemporary and refined look. The impression of luxury is accentuated by designer furniture and light natural fabrics and panoramic glazing in the main saloon draws in an abundance of natural light, enhancing the feeling of space.

A soothing lounge area with a large, comfortable sofa, is found in the starboard area of the saloon while, to portside, there is a large dining table that can accommodate up to 10 people. The saloon’s relaxation area opens onto both the aft cockpit and bow terrace.

The chic ambience of the main saloon is replicated in the décor of the staterooms, with a slightly darker colour scheme. And the cabins offer luxury, style, plenty of practical storage and beautifully appointed bathrooms.

The full-beam aft cockpit offers a fantastic dining space with ocean views, a daybed, a drinks bar and a hydraulic platform to enjoy long sunning sessions and watersports.

The bow terrace of Otoctone 80 is a wonderful retreat with spectacular views. Here, the yacht’s guests can enjoy long get-togethers on the oversized sofas and lounging on the split trampolines.

The flybridge is quite possibly the catamaran’s best alfresco dining spot, with a large modular table, numerous seating options and a bar with barbecue.

At almost 24 metres in length, this stunning sailing yacht offers space for 12 passengers and four crew. She will begin charters in the waters of the western Mediterranean this summer.