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New 70 Sunreef Power ETTY Launched!

03/10/2013
Published in Superyacht News
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Recently, ETTY, an amazing hull nr nine of the 70 Sunreef Power, was launched by the Sunreef Yachts shipyard, commissioned by a Turkish owner. This luxurious vessel combines all the characteristics belonging to a long cruising superyacht: maximum space on board, low fuel consumption and, best of all, a perfect combination of comfort and functionality. Etty is expected to arrive to the Turkish Riviera this autumn and visit popular resorts such as Bodrum, Marmaris and Gocek.

Keeping in mind the owner's preferred level of comfort, the design team created a truly unique, relaxing interior, meant for relaxing in complete luxury during the stay on board. The main deck comprises a vast and comfortable saloon, while the galley is located in the starboard hull, and can be easily and quickly turned into a dinning room, with the help of two comfortable sofas on each side and a table.

Accommodation wise, the yacht is equipped with a unique and luminous master suite, located in the front, which includes a lovely King Size bed and a sofa, four luxury double cabins and two VIP cabins on each side, quipped with additional chaise lounges that can be also used as an additional sleeping space.

As to the interior design, the combination of light-colored upholstery and walls with the exotic merbau wood floor and lacquered oak furniture intend to create a very warm and cozy environment. Doors covered with mirrors only enhance the impression of spaciousness.

Sunreef, for the very first time on a catamaran, installed the the sofa on the aft platform within the cockpit, in order so that the guests can enjoy endless sunrises and sunsets in very comfortable position. On the flybridge a large dining table, bar, BBQ grill, U-shaped sofa and a set of wide sun pads are located.

One of the yacht's interesting solutions on storage spaces, which are essential for every journey, are the two garages for diving equipment, sea bobs and numerous water toys located on both sides under the automatically lifted aft stairs.

Last modified on Thursday, 03 October 2013 17:17