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Sunreef 60 – Here is what you get for 30.000 a 7 days!





The new Sunreef 60 catamaran 2018 – Here is what you get for 30.000 a 7 days!
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9 comments

  1. All very nice, apart from the mess of lines at the mast. What we really want to see is sailing performance.

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  2. Maga 💯🇺🇸🍻

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  3. Yah, no.

    At that rate, I can buy my own.

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  4. I really <3 this boat. IDK the layout just seems so well thought out and very high end. I'm a newbie to sailing but have own boats my whole life. Love this! I would love to solo the Globe one day.

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  5. Bomba

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  6. A friend of mine asked me what a boat like this costs, and I just had to say, "I don't know?"
    Does anyone knows what the price of this boat is?

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  7. Dream boat.

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  8. Beautiful boat. Only thing , the lines on mast are terrible and easy solution is to have a support bars around mast which will also serve as running rigging organizer . Will look and function better . Would one to watch a performance sailing video of this cat

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  9. Another interesting preview and this for charter? I would customize that spec PDQ. Think damp feet, light anchorage swell and a full complement of sunset guests. The wide open fore deck (cover the windlass & cleat), low coaming rails (raise the height), no coach side roof grab rails (essential), narrow side deck shiny floor hatches (wow!) pronounced right angle edges of floor cupboards by deck access doorways (round the sharp edge corners surely?) and a number of steep open steps (full width surely?). First impression there looked to be a variety of areas which invite a high number of unpleasant ankle encounters or worse. Even with zero stabilizers the fly Jacuzzi will, for sure, lose some water (needs a water loss gap) directly over sunbathers I see and access from fly down to deck while at sea looked interesting. I am definitely not a hater, it is a very well designed range. Ask, however, any owner how many times a day on board do they or guests venture up and or down steps and decks. It looks to be more design than practicality on this one.

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