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Autumn 2006

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Sunreef Yachts is about to launch its new version of the 122 aluminium catamaran which thanks to its larger beam has very spacious interiors. Sunreef's 122 is a three decker reality, the lower one in actual fact is divided into two decks, the main deck and flying bridge follow suit. Guest and crew quarters are to be found along the two lower decks but, due to the cat's design, they are distinctly separated offering maximum privacy to both parties. To starboard there are 3 double guest cabins plus another for the crew all with ensuite bathrooms. The lower deck on the port side instead, is divided into two sections, the central part is for the crew where there is a galley with an adjacent mess room, a one berth cabin plus another with two berths. To the bows of it, in the other section, the yacht owner's master cabin begins with a walk in cupboard and an ensuite bathroom, above it, centrally below the main deck, and in between the two hulls there is the rest of the master cabin consisting of a double bed, an area with a sofa, seats and coffee table. Internally, on the main deck there is the main saloon, a dining and bar area with its relative seats followed by the wheel house which has two streamlined chairs for the captain and co-pilot. Externally, there is a second bar with small armchairs and a coffee table, a dining area and a large space full of cushions protected from the sun though, thanks to the overhead extension of the flying bridge. On the flying bridge there are two other wheels for steering the cat on either tack, a dining area with a circular table, a small bar corner, a sunbathing area with cushions and, at the centre of it, a circular Jacuzzi. On board there are three hangers with as many tenders, there's a large RIB under the cockpit and astern of the two hulls there is a small dinghy and on the other a watercraft. The 665 sq. metre sail area can be managed thanks to sophisticated electronic devices without even a full crew.

For further information: Sunreef Yachts; 145 rue de l'Ile Napoléon; 68100 Mulhouse; France; tel. 00 33 (0)3 89311474; fax 00 33 (0)3 89311477; web page: email:

L.O.A.: 37.20 m
Beam: 15.59 m
Draft: 2.25 m
Displacement: 100,000 Kg
Fuel Tank : 8,000 litres - Water capacity: 5,000 litres
Engine: 2x450 HP
Main: 395 sq.m
Genoa: 270 sq.m
Solent: 135 sq.m
Gennaker: 450 sq.m.