In just twenty years Sunreef Yachts has become one of the world’s leading yacht builders, quickly climbing the rankings of Boat International’s Global Order Book. With a growing order portfolio including two electric 43-metre sailing superyachts, Sunreef Yachts is the youngest brand to achieve such a status in the industry.
Emerging as one of the most dynamic industry leaders in history Sunreef Yachts enters 2024 with two shipyards in Gdansk covering 125 000m2, a new 65 000m2 shipyard in Ras Al Khaimah, and a growing global team of professionals counting nearly 3000 staff members worldwide. The shipyard’s superyacht portfolio including seven Sunreef 100 catamarans alongside two 43m sail yachts contributes to the 70% growth of the overall length of the yachts ordered. This leads the company to securing an increasingly strong position in the realm of superyacht builders.
The company’s exceptional R&D capacity and innovative spirit has lead it to develop groundbreaking tech solutions such as a “solar skin” taking yachting to unprecedented levels of energy-efficiency. Apart from leading the electric transition in yachting, the company is also actively exploring the potential of hydrogen, with a first hydrogen Sunreef 80 under construction.
The shipyard is investing in the development of plant-based composites as another important step towards a more responsible boat building process. This innovative spirit earned the company the status of a pioneer in eco-responsible yachting and an expert in crafting unique experiences at sea.
With a reputation backed by brand ambassadors such as Rafael Nadal, Fernando Alonso, or Mike Horn, Sunreef Yachts is the symbol of a new wave of sustainability and creativity in the yachting world.