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Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210

Sep. 25th, 2013 | Comments 3 | Make a Comment   
Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210
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When someone goes to Sunreef Yachts with a vision for their dream boat, they are more than happy to help it come to life. The 210-foot concept Trimaran was created when a potential buyer looked to the custom builder for a sleek multihull vessel that would make a statement. With over 10,000 square feet of lavish living space, the aptly dubbed Trimaran 210 is doing just that as the largest yacht of its kind currently on the market.
 Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210

Featuring six guest rooms with queen beds, en-suite bathrooms and private balconies, up to twelve of the owner’s favorite people can sleep aboard the stylish Trimaran 210. Meanwhile, the owner will be staying in an expansive master suite at the bow, complete with two walk-in closets, two lounge areas and two bathrooms — all attached to a 300-foot terrace where one can be the king of the world on the open sea.

Being on a boat like this means indulging in pure relaxation and there are plenty of places on — and off — board to do so. During the day, maybe lay out on the private decks or cool off with a jet ski ride. Everyone can come together later for a cocktail and conversation around the 2,300-square-foot saloon on the main deck.
 Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210

When dinner is ready, the elevator will bring guests up to the top deck for a gourmet feast under the stars. As the night winds down, they can retreat to any of the four separate areas back on the main deck for some privacy and peaceful views through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Of course a catamaran-yacht of this magnitude can’t run itself; the lower deck is dedicated to a crew of 18 that keeps the Trimaran running smoothly for the privileged owner and their lucky consorts.
 Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210

 Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210

 Sunreef Builds Buyer's Dream Yacht: The Trimaran 210

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Darcy commented on October 31, 2013

Oldsmansc, I wonder if you're looking at the aft when you mention the landing digging into the waves? The prow of the Vaka (Middle) hull is much higher than the height of the Ama (outer) hulls...which is typical in trimarans... In the side view picture, the bow is pointing to the right...

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Oldmansc commented on October 30, 2013

It doesn't look as if it could be used in the slightest rough water. That landing out front would dig right into the waves. Unless that structure can be withdrawn somehow. Maybe it is just intended as an island hopper in the Caribbean or the Mediterranean.

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Don Ha commented on October 29, 2013

The U.S. Navy has something similar already built and in the water. The LCS is not nearly as luxurious. I don't think having the master suite at the bow is a good idea when underway. Too much up and down motion would make most people sea sick.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USS_Independence_LCS-2_at_pierce_%28cropped%29.jpg

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