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Sunreef 70

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Length overall: 21.04 m
Width: 10.40 m
Draft: 1.90 m
Mast height: 31.50 m
Mainsail: 150 m²
Jib: 90 m²
Displacement: 65 t
Engines: 2 x 240 hp
Location: South of France
Flag: maltese
VAT: not paid

Sailing catamaran for sale Sunreef 70, 2009 in blue hull and version with 4 double cabins + 1 cabin with 2 berths. The dark wood salon is very spacious with 2 different areas: a large dining room with 2 tables and a seating area on the port side. The corner bar is also at the main entrance to the saloon and the galley is at the bottom of the hull aft on the port side, completely separated; he needs repairs.

A major catamaran service has been completed. The teak deck is in excellent condition, the cockpit is spacious with a large aft table, the bow central locker is huge and can be opened electronically. The yacht has a washing machine, dryer + air conditioner and 2 watermakers 2017. There are also 2 generators, a huge fuel tank, a genoa and a staysail, a satellite and a new dinghy. The 2 front forepeaks are the crew cabins. The cockpit flybridge is always a great place to relax at a beautiful table, protected by a large bimini and a sun deck.

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