May 10, 2022
Luxury catamaran MANTA has become the latest launch from Sunreef Yachts, a shipyard renowned for its sailing catamarans and in more recent years motor catamarans. As an 80 Sunreef power model, M/Y MANTA boasts a broad beam of 12m/39.4ft which gives this 24m/78.6ft luxury yacht wide-open social spaces, inside and out for that perfect Western Mediterranean charter vacation.
The main salon with dining area is an inviting and impressive space, surrounded by 360-degree windows and floor and ceiling lighting for a comfortable environment even as the daylight fades. Guests can begin and end the day in conversation nestled into the large chaise-longue or armchairs, and opposite to starboard there is a sumptuous dining setting while a forward galley and wet bar has plenty of options to accompany every meal.
Sunreef Yachts has designed the outdoor spaces so that guests can live life alfresco in a variety of weather conditions: The main deck aft cockpit is fitted with a dining area, hydraulic swim platform and tender garage that can accommodate a 3-seater jet ski, a host of water toys and a refuelling station.
The bow section, which can be accessed through the main salon, has cosy seating with side tables in both corners and a broad row of sunbeds to soak up the sunshine along with uninterrupted views of such destinations as Corsica in the Western Mediterranean. The flybridge is covered by a skylight, beneath which is a second alfresco dining area, sofa seating and an abundance of space for outdoor exercise.
Luxury yacht MANTA is constructed from carbon composite, which in tandem with her dual hull layout, gives her a shallow draft of only 1.7m/5.6ft for close access to the best beaches and anchorages the world over.
There is a total of 5 en-suite cabins to accommodate up to 10 guests, along with a crew of up to 5 to provide six-star service. The Master suite comes with a walk-in wardrobe, widescreen TV, vanity, desk and sofa, while the other guest cabins include a VIP stateroom, twin cabins convertible to doubles, and a bunk cabin for children.
Source: Yacht Charter & Superyacht News