Sunreef Yachts has revealed the latest unit of the popular 80 Sunreef Power, a model whose list of owners include tennis legend Rafa Nadal. The new Pronto has a beach inspired décor in the main saloon and on the flybridge, while blue is a dominant colour in the guest cabins.
Taking cues from a tropical beach. Pronto’s bright interiors feature natural fabrics, teak floors and relaxing color schemes. The saloon has an extensive seating area with two large L-shaped sofas, a dining table, a bar, a desk and a steering wheel placed in the forward part. Panoramic windows and skylights let plenty of natural light into the main deck. A large sliding door leads from the salon outside to the expansive bow terrace. Here, you’ll find a full-beam relaxation space with oversized sun pads, as well as a sunken lounge with a Jacuzzi and more comfy seating.
The aft cockpit sits up to 10 by a large dining table. The relaxation area also features a wet bar, a 55-inch TV and a large sunpad. Beneath the cockpit sofa, a discreet aft garage carries a jet-ski and water toys. The large aft platform doubles up as a private beach, offering plenty of space for sunning and watersports. Up top, meanwhile, the flybridge carries on the beachy style of the interior. Portside, there is a bar with a stately countertop and high barstools. Toward the aft lies an elevated sunning spot with a few more lounges. At the center, meanwhile, sits an elegant custom dining table with seating for eight.
In the bow portion of the saloon, a pantograph door opens directly onto the catamaran’s impressive bow terrace. Here, guests can enjoy a full-beam relaxation space with oversized sunpads, and a sunken lounging area with a Jacuzzi and comfortable seating. Pronto can host up to comfortably up to eight guests across four en-suite cabins, decorated in a soothing style with natural wood and navy blue upholstery. Pronto’s layout includes a spacious master cabin, as well as three cabins.
The 79-footer is equipped with two 1,200 hp engines that can easily push the cat to 15 knots and on to a top speed of roughly 24 knots. In other words, she cuts through the seas pronto.
Sunreef Yachts was founded by Francis Lapp in 2002 in Gdansk, Poland. Since then, the shipyard has been designing and manufacturing luxury sailing and power multihulls.