IPHARRA is one of the largest cruising catamarans, as well as the first in the world from a Double Deck line, and the third with the biggest sloop rigged.
The huge outdoor space is one of the best assets of large cruising catamarans. Passengers have a choice to relax in the 50m² cockpit or to enjoy sunbathing on the spacious flybridge and bow nets. In the cockpit, there is a long sofa and table to ensure comfortable alfresco dining and relaxing moments.
On the flybridge, accessible via a set of spiral stairs from the cockpit, the main navigation station is positioned in the center, from where all sails maneuverings can be conducted. The fly is supplied with a fully equipped bar and dining area along with deck chairs to relax while sunbathing.
As for entertainment, the fly is connected to a Bose hi-fi system from the saloon with 2 speakers. To fully appreciate ideal charter vacations, the yacht has a full selection of water toys (Kneeboard, Waterskies, Sailing Laser Vago, 2 Electric seabobs, 8 diving equipment, 1 kayak and Snorkeling gear), and two tenders available for use. The main one of 5.2 m is stocked on the aft launching platform and the second one is hidden in the dinghy garage under the sofa in the cockpit.
By entering from the cockpit, the main level is divided into two parts: on the left, there is a stylish living room with a day kitchenette and bar by the cockpit, while on the right is the owner cabin.
The living room enjoys good visibility thanks to wide side windows and the horizontal mirrors installed alongside all the walls. The corner bar, divided from the living room by an original “island” cabinet, comprises a multimedia system of the latest version, to offer full quality entertainment. The final touch is given by the side-lights that create an atmosphere of intimacy for the guests.
The Owner’s suite is furnished with a centrally positioned King size bed facing large side windows. A full size 3-part wardrobe, made of the wood ajouré – hemstitched, gives a light and delicate touch to the entire composition. A comfortable mattress for two is placed along the windows to enjoy the view while relaxing in the chilly interiors. The suite includes a private en-suite bathroom with teak floor, stylish shower with a massage option, and large mirrors intimately highlighted by a light hose.
Three steps down the main deck, on the double deck, there is a beam wide helm station and dining area. The stunning panorama can be enjoyed while navigating, as the panoramic windows cove the entire forward section on this level.
Down the port side hull form the navigation station there is access to two double cabins, featuring twin beds, ample storage with shelves and en-suite bathrooms. The cabins are beautifully illuminated by natural light coming from the generous six-parted hull windows.
The aft part of the port side hull is accessible directly from the main deck and features two VIP cabins comprising a big double bed (convertible in two twins), one foldable Pullman bed, private bathrooms, and large windows for great luminosity.
The starboard hull is dedicated to the crew, to not disturb the owner and guests during their stay on board. The captain cabin, at the back of this hull, has a double bed and is equipped with cabinets and wardrobes. The three crew members are installed in the front of the hull in two separate cabins.
In the midships section, there is a fully equipped kitchen, as well as the crew saloon featuring a dining table, TV and laundry. Extended storage space is also located in this area. The main galley is provided with extensive windows for best luminosity for the chef while preparing meals.
The interior design and layout arrangement have been totally submitted to the owner’s suggestions, to satisfy the desires of practicality and high-level navigation autonomy. For charter purposes, the yacht will accommodate up to 12 guests and 4 crew.
The interior style of the Sunreef 102 combines modern lines with some classic elements of decoration. Two different types of woods (Wenge and Anegre) are used for the design, creating a strong dark/light contrast and highlighting the geometric composition of the furniture. Trapezoid, square and cube forms are easily recognizable in the main outlines.