If you’re researching your purchase of a Sunreef Power Catamaran, you know you’re interested in a unique vessel; what you may not come across (easily) in your search is the range and fuel consumption for the cat.
Given my previous involvement with Gold Seahorse, a 2017 Sunreef Supreme Power Catamaran (Hull #5), I wanted to share with you the manufacturer provided information as well as what I had witnessed. Onboard we had Volvo IPS 1050 with 800 Horse power with the largest capacity fuel tank Sunreef offers in their build.
**Consumption and range are always contingent on factors such as seas, bottom cleaning, paint & application of propspeed as well as additional factors.
|Volvo Penta IPS1050 588kW@2300RPM r=1.99 2 engines in operation|
|Yacht speed* [kn]||Engine Power [KW]||
|One engine fuel consumption [L/h]||Yacht Autonomy [Nm]|
**Every attempt has been made to give accurate information, but performance and range figures are estimates given as a guide only. Dirt or growth on the hull, turning of the engines, size, make of engines fitted, propeller condition, air and water temperature, weight (fuel, water, storage, passangers, etc), fuel quality and other matters can all affect a boat’s peformance and range. For this reason, this is an indicator and not a guarentee of any sort.
I love Sunreef power catamarans but there’s definitely a lot of questions you need to ask before buying one, and there’s a number of things that I would inspect and take into consideration that you may not realize before buying.
Chris Mortimer ‘ The Yacht Hunter’
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