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Sunreef 60 LOFT Photos Courtesy of Sunreef Yachts

Leave it to Polish brand Sunreef Yachts, hailing from the Gdańsk Shipyard, to produce a luxury line of superyachts that have been making waves since launching in 2000. Born in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea off the Baltic Coast, 2013 brings two brand new models: the Sunreef 60 LOFT and the 90 Power luxury catamaran.

While both the 60 LOFT and the 90 Power may be newer to the scene, their flawless design may be attributed to the six months Sunreef engineers spent conceptualizing and planning each vessel before even beginning construction. Both models were introduced following extensive client research and feedback on what improvements customers would like to see on future Sunreef models.

Sunreef YachtsThe 60 LOFT marks the innovative concept of what the company is calling a ‘pret-a-porter’ luxury liner — a ready-to-sail, performance-oriented yacht that combines luxury and comfort in a cruise ready vessel. Built with tons of customization features inside and out, design-conscious yachters may choose to outfit the 60-foot-long vessel in one of three contemporary designs that range from chic black and white (for an art deco approach) or more classic maritime options (such as walnut wood furnishings).

Sunreef YachtsThe LOFT offers plenty of room for up to six guests and two crew members. The three guest cabins and two crew rooms have en suite facilities, as well as plenty of sunlight and storage space. Great for entertaining, the boat features a large lounging area and automated control features, such as the Navylecdomotic system that allows you to control the lights and air-conditioning, and enables you to monitor the energy levels. The LOFT also features a Bang & Olufsen entertainment system with surround sound waterproof speakers.

Sunreef YachtsWhile both the 60 LOFT and the 90 Power were designed for personal use and not racing, Sunreef made sure to build both vessels with performance capabilities. When designing the 85-foot 90 Power (the big brother of their earlier 85 Power model) the company added an additional seven feet to the width, combining a motoryacht design with catamaran advantages. The design resulted in extended living and storage space for water toys and eco-savvy technology, such as low fuel consumption.

Sunreef YachtsWith a 3,500-nautical-mile range at 11.5 knots (around 13.2 mph) and a beam width of 37 feet, the 90 Power is arranged much like a motoryacht. It features a large main deck that spans the entire beam that houses dining and lounging areas, as well as exterior sun pads from which to tan and take in the panoramic views.

Sunreef YachtsWith plenty of room indoors for entertaining, complete with a wine cellar and almost full-sized commercial standard galley with contemporary art deco furnishings, the 90 Power has a sporty layout great for gatherings and cruising.

So whichever you choose, from the LOFT 60 to the 90 Power, both Sunreef models are sure to make waves this season in seas all over the globe.

Sunreef YachtsBy Alexa Mangrum