Custom built for 24.4-meter sailing catamaran Sunreef 80 Gaya was on 28 November, delivered in Gdansk (Poland). The composite boat, the total area of the sails which is 773 square meters, has successfully passed sea trials in the Baltic sea.
The owner of Gaya — a man with experience, he already was a classic 70-foot model from Sunreef. He decided to go on a yacht the size it is more — more space, luxury and consistent with its ambitious navigation plans.
In addition to mainsail, Genoa, headsail gennaker and the movement of the ship will allow the two engines to 280 HP. The catamaran will store 6000 liters of fuel.
The main bright accent Gaya was her dark blue hull.
The rest of the design of the catamaran experts Sunreef Yachts gave preference to stylish monochrome: outside is silver superstructure, black mast and boom, and inside — the interior is in pastel shades from ecru to black.
The total living area of the catamaran is 340 square meters. It is assumed that Gaya will be four team members and eight guests for placement of which has four cabins. The pride of the master cabin is the bathroom, decorated in black quartz.
On one level cabins inside of the left hull is the galley. Much attention the creators of Gaya was paid to the spaces for storage. On Board, among other things, there is a separate pantry and wine rack.
In the superstructure on the main deck features staterooms campaign, which plays the role of the salon and the dining room. Here is a large table where guests can get together, wine fridge, wet bar and a 55-inch retractable TV. Panoramic glazing allows sunlight to penetrate the interior.
In the cockpit there is another table, big enough for a lunch eight. In addition to nasal area as a recreation zone, you can use the aft hydraulic platform, when it launched the tender.
Take a walk and do fitness on the fly. For this there are installed and sun beds, and sports equipment. Additionally, the owner of the catamaran and its guests will enjoy a barbecue.
Gaya is the second case of 80-foot line, launched Sunreef. Earlier this year, the shipyard handed over to the owner of the first hull of the Sunreef 80 called 7X.