Sunreef Yachts in Poland has unveiled plans for the Sunreef MM460 Cat, a new design by Malcolm McKeon with a 150-foot length overall and a 55-foot beam.
The yacht has a glass superstructure topped by a 645-square-foot flybridge. The flybridge is home to dual helm stations and relaxation spots for guests with broad, elevated ocean views.
On the main deck aft, beneath the flybridge overhang, is an alfresco dining area along with L-shaped sofas. This area connects to the main salon via full-height glass doors that retract almost the full width of the superstructure. Inside is a lounge and dining area that can seat 18 guests.
The master and VIP staterooms are forward on the main deck, and are equal in size. Four additional guest staterooms are in the starboard hull, and all of them can be configured as twins or doubles.
The port hull houses the crew quarters and a beach club aft. The beach club has a bar, sauna and fold-down platform for direct water access.
How much sail area does the Sunreef MM460 Cat carry? More than 26,900 square feet.
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