Sunreef debuts new catamaran

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Sunreef Yachts is working on a new project - the Aeroyacht 110, a high-performance catamaran.


The yacht is designed by Gregor Tarjan, founder of the multihull brokerage company Aeroyacht Ltd., in conjunction with Morrelli & Melvin. The agreement gives the Polish shipyard the rights to build the yacht and market it as Aeroyacht 110 by Sunreef Yachts.

The shipyard has already been approached by a client who is interested in the design and the first sale is expected to follow soon, the company said.

The partnership agreement between Sunreef Yachts and Gregor Tarjan also includes a dealership agreement giving Aeroyacht non-exclusive rights to sell all Sunreef yacht models in the United States and to his worldwide customer base.

"His deep understanding of the luxury catamaran concept and all its assets makes Gregor Tarjan the perfect advocate of the Sunreef Yachts brand overseas. We are delighted to be able to build his super-multihull project in Poland. We are also working on selling a couple of Sunreef catamarans to his clients," Sunreef sales director Maciej Stompor said in a statement.


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