Fernando Alonso’s new yacht choice


Fernando Alonso has chosen a 60 Sunreef Power Eco catamaran, the most ecological version being the 18 meter long boat.

Fernando Alonso’s new catamaran, manufactured by the Sunreef Yatch shipyard, is hybrid, and with solar panels.

The contract for the purchase of the boat was signed on September 1 at the Monaco Yatch Club, between Fernando Alonso and Francis Lapp, the founder of Sunreef Yachts, and will cost approximately 4 million euros.

“She is an ecological and versatile motor yacht that offers total freedom of customization,” according to the shipyard.

Fernando Alonso commented on his decision:
“I have been watching the evolution of this brand for a while and I appreciate their commitment to driving innovation with the Sunreef Yatch Eco range.”

“I am excited to embark on this project because I know that the Sunreef 60 Power Eco represents everything I am looking for. Superior engineering and amazing knowledge and products.”

In the case of the luxury catamaran, it has an installation of solar panels of an area of ​​68.6 square meters, with the capacity to generate up to 13 kWp. The electric motors used are powered by the “ultra-light battery bank” specially designed to provide a silent and vibration-free cruise.

With the latest technologies in the hybrid nautical world, it achieves maximum energy efficiency and great performance.

At 18 meters in length, the 60 Sunreef Poer Eco has a beam of 10.7 meters, two 180 kW engines, a fuel capacity of 3,000 to 6,000 liters and a pair of water tanks of 800 liters each.
The catamaran has capacity for 12 guests and needs a crew of 4 people.


Length 18.3m
Beam 10,7m
Solar Panels up to 14 kWp
Motors: 2 x 180KW
Fuel: 2 x 1500L – 2 x 3000L
Water: 2 x 800L
People on board 12 + 4
Battery Bank 250kW (716V) – 320kW