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A unique Sunreef 80 with extra large master cabin.
Prepared with a very large list of extras, making her one of the top spec boats.
First impressions are outstanding when arriving on board for the first time - from the dock you see the impeccable Williams tender on the hydraulic platform;
Stepping onto the yacht, the aft cockpit is very impressive with super high deckheads, which feature special 'night sky' lighting;
The main saloon is just WOW, WOW, WOW, with panoramic windows around the huge and stunningly beautiful open plan space. To live aboard this yacht for any length of time would be a dream. It is the most incredible open space - the ultimate luxury;
The extra large guest cabin gives plenty of space for the owners to enjoy living on board for long periods, or even live-aboard. There is an oversize dressing room and bathroom;
The galley is set up in a family/owner friendly way, with an ambiance for spending time cooking as owners, or taking a breakfast (or any meal) in comfort at the breakfast table;
The crew have a twin cabin, with an adjacent crew area that is multi-function, with laundry, crew mess, crew galley, pantry space. There is a third crew bunk in the starboard bow;
In addition to the oversize master cabin, there are two further guest cabins... so the yacht has a total of three guest cabins, plus the crew cabins;
The upper deck 'fly bridge' is a wonderful living area with two helm stations; bar; dining area; and sun bathing area. The large hard-top gives excellent (all-important) shade for the full area. It has solar panels on the top of it, to help with battery charging.
The yacht has been lightly used, and not chartered. It currently has 1,052 hours on the engines, and very low hours on the generators.
Owners are keen to sell and move on. Visits are encouraged.
Extra large master cabin with dressing room, and oversize bathroom.
Two additional double cabins for guests, with bathrooms en-suite.
Crew cabin with two bunks (upper and lower), with bathroom en-suite.
Extra crew cabin in the bow on starboard side, with bathroom en-suite.
Engines upgraded to the higher power 280hp model from John Deere.
Serviced according to guidelines.
Note that the fuel tanks were also increased in size from the standard 2 x 1,200 litre capacity to 2 x 3,000 litre capacity.
Rope cutters and folding propellers.
Bow thrusters are electric.
Sails and rigging are upgraded from the standard.
Rigging is stainless steel rod rigging with
25.4mm Upper Shrouds
17.9mm Lower Shrouds and Forestay
19.5mm Inner Stay.
Mast is aluminium by Spacraft, and 32.98m in length
Boom is aluminium by Spacraft and 10.5m in length
Harken mast track and blocks & jammers.
Winches are Harken Quick electric winches and run on the 24V system.
Lazy bag for main sail
The yacht can sail at 20 knots in good conditions!
The main sail is the upgraded fully battoned version of 213 sqm made of Hydranet.
First reef reduces to 165 sqm.
Second reef reduces to 140 sqm.
Third reef reduces to 125 sqm.
Furling headsails mounted on three forestays comprised of:
Genoa 140 sqm made of Hydranet, with Bemar FJF 2.02 furler.
Gennaker 340 sqm made of Polyester, with Bemar PE WL 8/10T furler.
Staysail 70 sqm made of Hydranet, with Bemar FJF 2.02 furler.
Sails are electrically controlled but can also be manually controlled with a winch handle.
Electric traveller mounted on the aft part of the flybridge, with all control buttons mounted at the front of the flybridge.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.