7X Split yacht is the first Sunreef 80 sailing catamaran launched during the last year and currently owned by an avid sailor who wanted a vessel with more space. Today we are having a look at the interior design of this fine vessel.
The current owner of the 7X Split yacht had previously owned monohulls, however, he wanted a vessel with more room, despite not wanting to but neither a motor yacht nor a multihull. When he stepped inside a sailing catamaran during the Croatia Boat Show in Split, he had an idea: if he doubled the hulls he could double (or more) his yacht’s beam and space. So this became a challenge for Sunreef.
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On the outside, the yacht looks like the typical modern sailing yacht, with aesthetical pleasing lines and an expansive superstructure glazing. Not to mention the dark windows which are designed in a way that makes the glasswork look like one continuous piece of glass.
Moving onto the inside, the vessel presents herself with a maximum beam of 11.5 metres and around 340 square metres of living space. On the bow, you can find a lounge with an L-shaped sofa and table with the capacity to accommodate a good number of guests while managing to be visually pleasing.
Moving inside to the saloon we are greeted with the sight of simple and clean furnishings. The mid-century-inspired coffee tables and leather chairs are wonderful for the guests’ comfort, as well as the dining table with white chair and one big sofa facing it. The space of the saloon can be easily rearranged for more than one occasion.
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The master bedroom has a queen sized-bed effectively complemented with a sofa and desk. It’s also nicely adorned in teak and dark quartz.
In other good news: it seems that Sunreef is planning on launching another 24-meter catamaran: the 80 Sunreef Power. She’s predicted to have nearly 400 square meters of living space and a main deck master that will have the capacity to open on to a full-beam bow terrace. Will this be yet another game changer? Time will tell!