First look: Sunreef Supreme 70 Eco
Sunreef Yachts has unveiled the first images of its latest solar-electric craft, the Sunreef Supreme 70 Eco.
With a dynamic and futuristic hull design, the Polish boatbuilder says the new Sunreef Supreme 70 Eco combines superyacht DNA with green technology to offer a “sustainable e-motoring experience” in comfort and luxury.
The Sunreef Supreme 70 Eco is said to deliver maximum green power generation, with large flat surfaces entirely covered in the shipyard’s patented composite-integrated solar panels, delivering up to 30kWp. The solar power obtained is used both for the appliances on board and the electric propulsion.
The main deck features full-height panoramic glazing to let plenty of natural light into the saloon. The vessel also boasts an infinite choice of layout solutions, including the option to set up a master suite with an ocean view on the main deck level.
The 21.4-metre luxury e-motoryacht features a large flybridge and a full-beam aft cockpit. One of the yacht’s standout features is the superyacht aft garage, able to accommodate a tender, a personal watercraft, diving gear and a fleet of water toys. With the garage door open, the Sunreef Supreme 70 Eco offers an 11.4m-wide private beach club.
Earlier this year, Sunreef announced a new shipyard in Dubai, in response to rising demand from the Middle East, Asia and Australia. In March 2022, the Sunreef delivered its first 24-metre Sunreef 80 Eco catamaran in Dubai.
With composite-integrated solar panels built into the hull sides and superstructure and bimini, the company says the Sunreef 80 Eco is a ‘pioneer in green yachting’.
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