Sunreef launches its largest yacht yet

Sunreef launches its largest yacht yet

When Sunreef Yachts announced its Sunreef 114 project in December 2008, the Gdansk-based yard had just started construction on its first superyacht — the 102 Double Deck. Now, though, Sunreef’s first 114 — Che — can take its place as the world’s largest sloop-rigged catamaran.

As the image shows, a floating crane lifted the mastless superyacht from the hardstanding and gently placed her in the water.

The mast has now been fitted and the rest of the finishing work is underway. Che’s accommodation features an open main deck with no divisions between the saloon, galley, and dining area.

With a 12.8m (42ft) beam, she has five staterooms and two crew cabins within the hulls while the expansive flying bridge — laid in teak — contains an extra driving station and large seating area.

And — just like any proper catamaran emphasizing fun — twin trampolines span the bows outside.

Delivery is set for later this year. Look for Che in the Caribbean during the winter, where she’ll be available for charter.