The catamaran measures 28.6m/93.9ft and sports a dark grey hull with a rose gold superstructure. The main deck aft offers a large shaded social area that makes good use of the 13.5m/ft beam to feature an alfresco dining area and bar.
Above, the flybridge is the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon with its spa pool, alfresco dining area, bar and alfresco cinema setup comprised of the projector, screen and top quality sound systems.
Below, there is a tender garage large enough to conceal the tender, two jet skis, a refuelling station and a whole host of water toys while the hydraulic lower swim platform gives easy access to the water both for this ensemble as well as guests.
The interiors are styled with timeless elegance, using oak veneers, brass and rose quartz for accents. The main deck layout includes a gym with access to the foredeck and a galley with a bespoke bar.
The accommodation is designed for up to 10 guests in 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom and 3 further guest cabins.
A pair of 1,300 HP engines produce a transatlantic range and ensure that M/Y SHIMALI is capable of autonomous cruising to the remotest islands in the Bahamas, Maldives or South Pacific.
Although luxury yacht SHIMALI is currently the shipyard’s largest motor yacht, a 49M Sunreef Power is now under construction, along with a second unit of the 100 Sunreef Power.