Perfectly appointed with a wide beam and ample living space, Sunreef’s 60ft SO GNAR offers customizability and large cabins for each guest to enjoy their time onboard. Enjoy this walk through and video with Robert Riva, US Sales Director for Sunreef Yachts.
Hi, I’m Robert Riva, US Sales Director for Sunreef Yachts. Today, I want to welcome you on board SO GNAR, a 2022 Sunreef 60.
Upon approach, the first thing you’ll notice about SO GNAR is her 33-foot beam and eight-and-a-half-foot freeboard. It’s this signature size that lets you know she’s a Sunreef from hundreds of meters away. At 2,500 square feet of livable space, she’s more like a waterfront home capable of unimaginable views anywhere in the world.
Stepping up to the aft cockpit brings you to one of four distinct entertainment areas on board. Our Sunreef 60’s hydraulic tender lift is engineered to carry a proper 16-foot tender, opening up the full gambit of desired water sports.
The teak dining table for 10 is the most popular dining area on board. If you need a break from the sun, there’s an additional five-person settee as well as a cozy day bed, a perfect place to pick up a book and just get away.
Her outdoor shower head, hidden eisenglass and integrated lights in the ceilings and tow rails demonstrate the attention to detail that Sunreef has become so well known for. Outdoor fridge, ice maker, and wet bar means there’s no need to dry off before grabbing your beverage of choice.
The crew quarters are conveniently located just aft of the salon which gives both owners and crew a respectful level of independence.
Making our way forward to the bow, you’ll find multiple storage lazarettes which house the windlass and anchor chain, leaving a teak deck free of tripping hazards and stubbed toe risks. The bow is really the ideal place to take sun or stargaze. While some prefer the sun pads, I don’t think anything beats the back breeze offered by the split trampolines. Too much sun? We have a sunshade that extends to protect the bow cockpit, offering that much needed temporary reprieve.
On every new Sunreef, you’ll find a brilliantly engineered hydraulic door that creates a seamless transition through the salon to the bow, saving you the nuisance of walking around the deck to access the galley or the head. When left open, this also has a secondary function of creating a much-welcomed cross breeze which can really be helpful when you’re cooking in the up galley.
No two Sunreef’s are the same, as every owner chooses from a list of thousands of options to finish the floors, ceilings, cabinetry, countertops, furniture, pretty much everything you see. This galley up version provides everything your chef could ask for – a full-size fridge and freezer, induction stove with recessed hood, an island tailored for prepping and serving. It’s a galley you won’t find anywhere else in the market on a 60-foot catamaran.
If the weather does turn on you, and you’ve just finished dinner, with the push of two buttons, you can watch the dining room convert to an interior daybed, perfect for movie night.
Her navigation station comes equipped with two 16-inch BG multi-function displays, one of which sits on the fly bridge, two Onan generator controls, autopilot and engine throttles for her twin 150-horsepower Volvos meaning she can easily be handled from below in inclement weather.
SO GNAR boasts a four-stateroom arrangement for up to eight guests to enjoy her comfortably. I’ve spent a week on board and can tell you from personal experience, when doors are closed, you don’t hear the conversations in the salon. No other 60-foot catamaran offers the type of luxury finish and customizability that you’ll find on a Sunreef. Where you’d like to prioritize space, position your closets, sinks, showers and appliances, is entirely up to you and your interior design team.
Making our way up the stairs brings us to Sunreef’s greatest advantage – the 400-square foot fly bridge is essentially an open canvas with your choice of where to put a jacuzzi, sun pads, dining tables, floor space, mini bars and navigation stations. No two fly bridges on any Sunreef are identical. Here you stand 16 feet above the water, which means endless views and a much welcome breeze.
It’s often said that Sunreef’s are the Rolls-Royce of catamarans, prioritizing luxury and comfort over raw speed. SO GNAR comes well equipped with electric furling for the stay sail in genoa and averages nine knots and 18 knots of wind.
You haven’t properly experienced a Sunreef until you’ve spent a night on board. When the sun goes down, SO GNAR comes to life.
I hope you enjoyed the tour. If you’re interested in chartering SO GNAR or any other Sunreef for that matter, we’re in direct contact with each of our owners, so, our team can help find opportunities that may not yet be publicly available. Until next time, subscribe and stay tuned for more from Sunreef.