Geared toward entertaining: Sunreef Yachts is covering its 49M Sunreef Power in neon lights



This tri-deck catamaran concept from Polish yacht maker Sunreef Yachts incorporates extremely vast outdoor living areas made possible thanks to the yacht’s broad 17m beam.

The 49m multihull manufactured at the Sunreef Yachts’ facilities in the city of Gdansk (Poland) marries cutting-edge engineering and radical naval design.

The project will be carried out for a customer represented by Imperial Yachts, one of the most respected superyacht specialists in the industry. The 1350GT craft will be the most voluminous luxury catamaran ever launched and the biggest superyacht made in Poland so far. The incorporated neon lights and entertaining spaces make this catamaran a floating club.

Operated by 17 crew, the 49M Sunreef Power catamaran motor yacht is currently under construction at the yard’s Gdansk facilities and is scheduled for delivery in late 2021. The luxury yacht will accommodate up to 10 guests.

The low drag and efficiency provided by the vessel’s twin-hull design will allow an autonomy of over 5000nm with 90 000L of fuel capacity. Powered by twin 3400 HP engines, the catamaran superyacht will carry three tenders and a wide selection of watertoys and PWC’s.

“An exciting journey begins for us as we team up with Imperial Yachts on this fantastic project. With this new concept we engage in an ambitious endeavour to build a yacht that the industry has never seen before,” said founder and president of Sunreef, Francis Lapp.


From February 13th till 17th Sunreef Yachts hosted a showcase of the Sunreef 50 and Sunreef 80 sailing catamarans celebrating their American debut at the Miami International Boat Show 2020.

Crowned with success, this year’s MIBS participation has brought one new build contract for a customized Sunreef 60 sail catamaran and a prestigious award.

Named Queen of the Show, the Sunreef 80 Endless Horizon was the biggest craft on display at the show and has received an outstanding feedback from the visitors. The compact luxury catamaran Sunreef 50 PAZ joined the exhibition freshly after her first Atlantic crossing.

On the first night of the show, the company hosted a VIP meet & greet with former Polish president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lech Walesa.

On February 15th the team celebrated yachting excellence in the fine company of baseball icon Giancarlo Stanton over a lavish cocktail party and dinner at the Mister C Coconut Grove Hotel with Haute Living, Remy Martin and XO Jets partnering the event.

Finishing the show in style Sunreef Yachts won the Best of Show award. Company founder and president Francis Lapp received the trophy from the Miami International Boat Show team, winning in the Best in Water Sailboat Display category.