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Sunnreef launches newest line of cats


Sunreef Yachts shipyard launched in late December the first unit from its newest line of sailing catamarans, a Sunreef 74 named Wildberry. Two more are expected to be launched soon, 19th Hole and Blue Deer. In 2014, Sunreef 74 has replaced the Sunreef 70 line.

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