Sunreef Yachts has established a permanent office in Bahrain, to be run by Anna Nowotarska, in what the company says is part of a Middle Eastern expansion strategy. The move follows the opening of a Dubai office in 2013.

Interest in Sunreef in the Middle East has been growing, the company claims, and it exhibited at both the Kuwait Yacht Show and the Dubai International Boat Show this year. It also staged a four-stage tour of the GCC to showcase its 210 Power Trimaran concept.

A statement issued by Sunreef read: Surrounded by the crystalline waters of the Persian Gulf, with a rich industry and relaxed cultural rules, ‘The Kingdom of the Two Seas’ is a fertile environment for the sale of Sunreef catamarans. At the same time, the Bahrain office will be a portal in which Sunreef Yachts will be able to showcase itself on the broad Middle East yachting market. The company`s vision is to fulfil a gap in the GCC's leisure marine market with truly unique luxury catamarans, offering much more than typical monohulls - ideal stability, exquisite custom luxury design, incredible space on board, speed, long range and low fuel consumption.



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