While dependency on wind remains an inevitable source of propulsion for sailing catamarans, Sunreef Yachts Eco has witnessed remarkable technological advancements with hybrid and electric engines.
Renewable Energy on Yachts
Apart from powering our solar catamarans with sunlight, we also adapt to other forms of renewable energy to further reduce our carbon footprint and improve reliability and resilience onboard.
Energy Efficiency on Yachts
Eliminating energy wastage is the key principle for Sunreef Yachts Eco. Our research and development team consistently evolves their modus operandi to facilitate sustainable cruising.
Sustainable Finishing Materials
Our eco catamarans capitalize on ethical and sustainable furnishings to encourage a prolonged lifecycle and ease of recycling for an additional benefit action in the environment.
Sunreef Yachts Eco catamarans are the future of sustainable yachting. With a 360° approach to eco-responsible cruising, they offer cutting-edge green propulsion solutions, naturally-sourced finishing materials, smart energy management and new technologies including a proprietary composite- integrated solar power system produced in-house to power their newest range of solar catamarans.
This new philosophy of yachting is present in each and every aspect of the Sunreef Yachts Eco catamarans. Their design incorporates ultralight custom- engineered batteries, a revolutionary air-conditioning system, wind-generators, nontoxic bottom paints, green composite structures as well as state-of-the-art watermakers and water-saving systems.
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Justin Ratcliffe stepped aboard Marie-Joseph, the first Sunreef 80 Eco, to speak with founder Francis Lapp and his son