The Ipharra is one of the largest cruising catamarans of the world. She is also the FIRST sailing catamaran in the world from a Double Deck line, and the third biggest sloop rigged catamaran of the world.
Hull characteristics: The aluminium custom-made Ipharra superyacht was designed to comfortably accommodate up to eighteen people (when Pullman beds are used) on board during long charter trips, therefore the spacious hulls have a very large fuel and storage for long cruising on the open waters. As for their aesthetic look, they are streamlined and comprise of four sets of six-parted hull windows on each hull guaranteeing great visibility from all cabins and common areas. Each hull converts in the aft into a large swimming platform providing easy access to water. The depth of the boat is practically insignificant for a catamaran of this size (max. 2.5m) which will enable the guests to get really close to the beach and to have an unlimited choice of mooring areas and marinas. The height of the wet deck has been designed for the catamaran to be able to sail in bad sea conditions with little wave slamming. The bow of the boat has an angle of 10° and a slight tulip shape so that it will avoid heavy bow diving in bad conditions. Again, everything has been done to ensure maximum sailing comfort even in the most challenging sea conditions. Aft on each hull engine room and steering compartment are located.
The boat is Bureau Veritas classified and built under the MCA rules.
Interior design and décor: The interior design and layout arrangement were studied to build a practical vessel with many storage places. Almost all the furniture is movable providing the possibility of changing the interiors to suit the passengers’ needs and desires.
The interior style of Sunreef 102 is a combination between modern and classical elements of decoration. Two types of wood are used in the overall design: dark wenge wood and light anegre. This blend of colours creates a strong dark & light contrast that highlights the geometric composition of the furniture. Trapezoid, square and cube forms are easily recognizable in the main outlines and in many decoration details such us handles, lamps, table legs, and the rest. Wenge is mainly used for the floors, bookshelves, beds and decoration elements while Anegre was used to cover the walls, doors and wardrobe.
The original crème upholstery from Skai Elitis guarantees a checker-board effect. Beside Wenge and Anegre woods, different types of skai are applied on the walls and ceilings, all in beige, ivory and cream creating harmony and balance for the carefully designed interiors. The Ipharra comes as a stylish and elegant vessel not losing anything of her pragmatic side.
Drinking water: All drinking water on board comes from water makers. That is why there is no need to store tons of mineral water on board during long crossings. It's eco-friendly and lighter!