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Preview: Sunreef "ONE-FIFTY" Sail Catamaran

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  1. Preview: Sunreef 'ONE-FIFTY' Sail Cat
    The Megamaran is Born!

    The 'ONE-FIFTY' by Sunreef is the result of a year-long study into a new concept for a modern
    and luxury catamaran. It presents an alternative to megayachts, both aesthetically and functionally.
    This unique design focuses on pure simplicity and minimalism. When built, the ONE-FIFTY would become
    one of the largest sailing cats in the world, mandating the need for a new YF term... the Megamaran! ​

    The futuristic look of ONE-FIFTY comes from one big innovation, namely the almost invisible full-beam deckhouse. The link between the aft deck and the navigation station (on top) is through a centrally positioned sloping deck. Unlike a typical deckhouse shape, because the hulls, sides, bulwark and the superstructure itself are not traditionally shaped, but rather combine together to form one solid piece.
  2. The deckhouse spanning the entire beam provides the significant advantage of creating another level (floor) within the hulls. Thanks to this, the possibilities for arranging space increase remarkably. The main deck has gained impressive living space; all cabins for 12 guests are on this level and are generously illuminated by a big glass top. Below decks are located crew quarters for 9, all storage rooms and the galley. In this rendering, the fold-out gangway becomes a floating deck at anchor.
  3. A closer look allows us to see two clearly contrasting structural elements, placed one inside the other. The external layer is a wide clear metallic shell with a black, monolithic core on top. The teak is applied continuously along the hull line to enhance the shape of the boat. The shell is the most streamlined aspect of the boat and logically forms twin hydrodynamic hulls. On the sides, there are two pure, aesthetic lines comprising a set of windows. The core looks like a huge glass atrium yet it is not made of glass; it simply imitates it. Solar panels can be fitted to provide lots of natural, green energy to the yacht.
  4. The teak covering the forward section creates an impression of fluidity and seems to flow down from the navigation station. The surface is covered by continuously applied teak and continues the aesthetic sleek lines of the ONE-FIFTY.Another innovative technical feature on board is the boom which doubles as a crane for the lifeboat or a large tender which is stowed out of sight, aft of the engine room. The cockpit occupies an unusual place at the forward section of the yacht, and is at the same time, the most important outdoor leisure area. It can be arranged in many different ways; in this case it has been used as a sunbathing area.
  5. As for the deckhouse, the ONE-FIFTY does not have a classic deckhouse clearly dominating the bulwark level. This tendency to simplify the profile line can be observed frequently on monohull superyachts. The deckhouse lowers towards the bow section and finally reaches main deck and hulls level. This gives the yacht's profile an expressive look and has an aggressive exterior shape. Pure lines and a minimalist shape can be easily disturbed by installing traditional guard rails on board; therefore the ONE-FIFTY has a clean profile, free of railings and exploits instead differences in deck levels as a natural protection.
  6. The interior design is based on the specific aesthetic tendency for space organisation; therefore, it is not a final solution, rather a suggestion. The steel frame supporting the glass top is created by symmetric squares and combines very well with the space division of the salon and cabins thereby giving the impression of linear fluidity.
  7. The sloping deck with glass walls hides below a small garden and mattress and thus create a intimate meditation area which can be converted into a comfortable cinema spot with a huge screen in the shady zone where the sloping deck becomes a fly-bridge. To enable the crew to operate the yacht efficiently, access throughout the ONE-FIFTY for crew and guests has been carefully separated for both parties. Access for guests is aft via large glass doors while the crew enter directly from the hull by a passerelle.
  8. Thanks to high level of luminosity and the glass walls of the salon and alley, the border between indoor and outdoor space is very soft. Guests will be able to enjoy panoramic views looking at the aft or admire flapping sails above their heads. Shade can be created by pulling down blinds between ceiling panels.
  9. Specifications:

    LOA: 150.56 ft/ 45.89 m
    BOA: 56.27 ft/ 17.15 m
    DRAFT: 6.99 ft/ 2.13 m
    DISPLACEMENT: 165 T
    MAST HEIGHT: 179.4 ft/ 54.38 m
    MAIN SAIL : 7535 ft2/ 700m2
    GENOA : 4305 ft2/ 400m2
    SOLENT: 2152 ft2/ 200m2
    GUESTS: 12
    CREW: 9
    DESIGN: Michał Górzyński, Sunreef Design Team

    For more information contact:

    Sunreef Yachts
    ul. Doki 1 Hala 41A
    80-958 Gdansk, Poland
    + 48 601 315 206
    www.sunreef-yachts.com

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