Sunreef 80, a 24 meters power catamaran for the tennis star Rafa Nadal


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The Spanish tennis legend, Rafael Nadal, is also a passionate “yachtsman”. After selling his MCY 76 Beethoven, the current number two in the world of tennis has given himself a new treat: a Sunreef 80 Power. A catamaran that will certainly not pass indiscreetly.

Sunreef 80 Power, Rafa Nadal’s new boat

The Sunreef 80 Power is one of the shipyard’s novelties. At the last Cannes Yachting Festival, it was the largest catamaran with more than 24 metres. In essence, it is a boat for long cruises and for absolute comfort, in the name of luxury.

The hull and superstructure of the yacht make living spaces extremely comfortable, also offering various options for a custom layout and furnishings. The hull lines are modern and the 80 Sunreef Power incorporates classic stainless steel portholes, teak decks, high walls and subtle ambient lighting.

How does Rafa have fun on his new super catamaran

The tender garage is designed with a large stern platform allowing the 80 Sunreef Power to accommodate a rib, numerous water toys and jet-skis. A real water playroom in Rafa’s yacht, easily accessible from the saloon. On the flybridge there is also space for a thermal swimming pool, a bar and seating all around.

One of the most spectacular features on board the 80 Sunreef Power is the owner’s cabin that can be set up in the bow section of the main deck. With a double bed in front of the bow terrace, a bathroom with shower, dressing room and desk, the suite is invaded by light thanks to the huge windows.
The crew area and galley are directly accessible from the stern cockpit for more privacy on board. Different layout configurations are available to accommodate luxurious guest cabins for a supreme level of on-board comfort.

Sunreef 80 Power technical sheet

Loa: 23.95 m; B.max: 12.00 m; Max engine power: 2x575hp (2×1200)




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