Matt left the UK on Tuesday and drove across Europe to Poland and has spent the last 2 days at the Sunreef Shipyard in Gdansk. The new build Sunreef 80 purchased by one of our clients is coming along very well with her handover due at the end of October. The crew also arrived in Gdansk two weeks ago and are helping oversee the final stages. We’d love to share some photos but unfortunately no photos are allowed in the yard.
Next for Matt, he is heading south to the Med, Cannes Yachting Festival may have been cancelled but the Sunreef 80, Blue Desert and the electric Sunreef ECO 60, are available for private pre arranged viewings, Matt would be delighted to show you round and talk about the options available to you when buying a Sunreef. Viewings are available from the 11th to the 14th September in Cannes.
The Sunreef 80 is one of the shipyard’s bestselling models with hull number 15 launching this autumn. They have such vast space and huge customisation opportunities to really deliver your dream yacht.
This Sunreef 60 proudly represents the Sunreef Yacht Eco range, something that Sunreef are spending a lot of time and money on and now have more models in this range. The 60 is a great yacht, with able space and again fully customisable.
We are also proud to announce we are now working with the Monohull brand Y-Yachts and will have the fantastic Y-7 available for viewings and sea trials on the 8th to 10th September in SanRemo, Italy.
Finally we have a fantastic Nordia Van Dam 70 on brokerage that will be available for viewings in Imperia, Italy during the week of the 7th to 10th September. This boat is a go anywhere aluminium blue water cruiser, perfect for escaping the current world pandemic and hiding out in the South Pacific!
Please get in touch with Matt if you would like to view any of these yachts or just have a chat about the possibilities.