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Y.CO announces the sale of a Sunreef 43m Eco

The electric leisure sailing catamaran is set to be one of the most efficient yachts in the market…

With an enviable image, Sunreef holds a unique position in the market, escaping those negative connotations the industry is associated with in the mainstream media. Sunreef’s reputation for delivering catamarans that operate on clean energy has attracted high-profile clients who have gone on to become brand ambassadors including Rafael Nadal, Nico Rosberg, and Fernando Alonso. The Polish company has delivered a steady stream of catamarans over the last ten years in the 30m plus range.

Sunreef’s focus on providing catamarans that are relatively harmless to marine life is reflected in 43m Eco. Technical management team YTMC, in collaboration with Y.CO, is overseeing the construction. The 43m electric leisure sailing catamaran is set to be one of the most efficient superyachts in the market. Eco will be one of the largest composite sailing structures in the world when it is delivered.

One of the great advantages of the Eco yacht is its battery capacity of 880kW, the catamaran is able to cruise silently overnight on batteries while being run by solar energy during the day. The composite-integrated solar panels, with a peak power capacity of 60 kWp, are able to produce around 250 kWh in a 24-hour period.

The design provides a variety of exterior areas for entertainment and relaxation. The beach club, created by a combination of fold-down terraces and the hydraulic swim platform, known as an ‘ocean lounge,’ stands out as a particular highlight.

The yacht accommodates up to 12 guests and has ample space for toy storage. The standout master cabin has an adjacent office area, with panoramic views and direct access to the bow area.

Ben Ritchie, of the Y.CO Sales team, comments: “The Sunreef 43m Eco is an exciting project, offering amazing opportunity for quality time on the water thanks to her great onboard spaces and huge volume. The upgraded electric power not only facilitates more responsible, efficient cruising but is totally silent which enhances the already impressive comfort on board. Together with the Owner’s technical managers YTMC, the shipyard is working very hard to ensure this yacht is delivered to the highest possible standard.”

SUNREEF YACHTS 2025 2025 In Build
42.70m 15.40m 1350
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