Sunreef Yachts—the Gdansk, Poland-based outfit that was commissioned to build Rafael Nadal's bespoke superyacht—is adding a massive new model to its lineup dubbed the 49M Sunreef Power.
The 160-foot-long, 55-foot-wide multi-hull vessel boasts a tri-deck concept with a multitude of outdoor lounge areas, as well as support for three tenders, jet skis and other water toys. The low drag and efficiency provided by the design, twin 3,400-horsepower engines and 34,775-gallon fuel capacity give the catamaran a range that's in excess of 57,000 miles.
A crew of 17 will operate the yacht for up to 10 guests. "Luxurious accommodations" with enviable amenities like a floating nightclub and movie theater have been promised, but the company is keeping more details of the entertainment-oriented layout under wraps for now.
Nadal's model, which is exactly half the length of the the length of the 49M Sunreef Power, featured a hot tub, wet bar, and a stunning interior dining room. And the supercar-inspired 120 Sunreef Power Yacht that launched in 2018 included a saloon area that can be opened for maximum enjoyment, a center area furnished with sectional sofas and a massive 110" TV, and a master suite with a private terrace and en-suite cabins.
Visit Sunreef Yachts' website to learn more or inquire about the 49M Sunreef Power.