history of Sunreef Yachts

Sunreef Yachts was established in 2000 in Gdansk, Poland, by its actual CEO Francis Lapp, who was born in 1958, Alsace-in France. Lapp entered the yachting world by Sunreef Travels, a travel agency specializing in yacht rentals on the Indian Ocean. And this is what pushed him to get involved in building his own catamarans and luxury multihulls.

How it started?

The company's first, highly innovative luxury catamaran was the Sunreef 74, which was launched in 2003 (the world's first catamaran with a flybridge equipped with a centralized helm station). The company is now considered one of the world leaders in the design and construction of large luxury catamarans ranging from 60 to 200 feet.

Specialization 

Today with more than 140 sailing and motor catamarans sailing all over the world. The company is a leader in the custom construction of luxury catamarans.

The famous Sunreef 80', one of which is owned by Rafael Nadal

The new Sunreef 80 Power is a top-of-the-range catamaran designed to sail offshore in the greatest comfort. Dynamic and elegant, it offers a powerful and timeless design.

With its garage and the rear platform, the boat can carry a dinghy, a jet ski, and a wide selection of water toys. The forward deck, easily accessible from the salon, spans the full width of the yacht to create a large relaxation area.

Available boats
Catamaran, Sailing yachts, Motor

how much does it cost to buy from Sunreef Yachts?

If you want to become the proud owner of a new Sunreef, pricing can go as high as 5 000 000€ for a Sunreef 80 Power with little options.

If you opt for a second-hand ship, you will find them on the market from 2 600 000€ for a Supreme 68 to 5 100 000€ for a Power catamaran.

how much does it cost to charter from Sunreef Yachts?

Sunreef yachts are very popular for charter, with rates ranging from €14,000 per week for a Sunreef 50' in Croatia to €50,000 per week for a Sunreef 80' in Greece.

Adea

19 700 € per week

Free Spirit

44 000 € per week

Genny

50 000 € per week