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Sunreef 114, one of the world's largest multihull yachts

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The Sunreef 114's engineering and aesthetic prowess helps it stand out from other superyachts. This vessel can comfortably accommodate eight guests and up to six crewmembers. Sunreef also invested time developing an innovative design that allows it to perform as one of the best sailing yachts in the world. The Sunreef's large size immediately captures one's attention. In fact, it is one of the world's largest mult- hull yachts. Because of carefully crafted engineering, its large size does not prevent the vessel from moving at a rapid clip or turning easily on command.

Its streamlined contours, aerodynamic forms, and sleek hulls help it reach a maximum speed of 20 knots. It can also catch wind easily for increased speed and fuel conservation thanks to a sail surface made of D4 material, a deep keel, and a low free board. Sunreef has included the most sophisticated navigation systems and machinery, including bow thrusters that make the superyacht easy to maneuver and a Furuno Navnet 3D system that makes it simple to navigate. All of these details work together to offer the smoothest sailing possible.

The Sunreef 114's exterior was as carefully designed to make it accommodating for the owner and his guests. The cockpit has a large dining area with a comfortable sofa and a spacious table. A lounge area on the opposite side of the cockpit offers a more intimate environment for conversation and relaxation. The cockpit offers easy access to the water with a swimming platform that contains a hydraulic step ladder. On the flybridge, one will find another dining area with a sofa and spacious table, sun pads, and a full navcom system.

The 114's interior has been designed with input from the owner's wife for maximum comfort and space. It is greatly influenced by the yin and yang philosophy, which has been symbolized throughout the superyacht. A saloon on the wet deck has a large dining room that seats up to eight guests comfortably. A sofa wraps around on side of the table. The other side has individual seats for diners. A 1080 HD LED Samsung TV has been installed in the saloon's glass wall to offer the most spectacular viewing experiences.

The kitchen is one of the Sunreef 114's most interesting features. The owner loves to cook and watch professional chefs prepare meals. The kitchen, therefore, is viewable from the dining room. A glass wall separates the two areas (wood slats are included for privacy when desired), creating a harmonious space that flows from one area to the next without disruption.

Below deck in the port hull are two guest cabins with twin beds, 32-inch LED televisions, and en suite bathrooms with separate showers. The rooms are illuminated by light hoses discretely installed along the walls. Crew quarters are also located in the port full, as is a crew saloon that offers extra storage, a TV, table, and sofa.

The aft section of the starboard hull has another twin guest cabin with a bathroom and separate shower. The owner also has a large refrigerator and wine cellar located nearby.

The bow and midship sections of the starboard hull house the owner's suite, which has private access. The owners suite has a larger 37-inch television with DV player, twin beds with night tables, a full-size wardrobe, bookshelves, and even a large desk facing the window that offers a panoramic view of the ocean. The en suite bathroom has a separate shower, his and her sinks, and storage cabinets for toiletries and other items.

No details were overlooked when Sunreef designed the 114. Whether looking at it from an engineering or aesthetic perspective, it easily stands up against the best superyachts in the world.

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Pablo Ferrero

Pablo Ferrero is the leader at the Navis Writing Team, other writers are Naty Frúmboli, Matt Thompson and Mechi di Paola. Our team has extensive experience in writing yacht reviews, articles for travel and sailing magazines and in the general yachting world. In Navis Luxury Yachts Magazine, we combine our knowledge and our love for sailing.