Burgess To Exhibit Cloud 9 At Singapore Yacht Show
Published: Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Global yacht agent Burgess has confirmed that it will be displaying the 60-metre superyacht Cloud 9 at the Singapore Yacht Show from April 10–13, 2014.
Winner of the 2010 ShowBoats Design Awards for Exterior Design and Styling, Cloud 9’s distinctive livery of dark blue and white is complemented by an elegant and contemporary interior. Both the ship’s exterior styling and interior design were created by yacht designer Andrew Winch.
Cloud 9’s interior combines warm woods and rich marbles with a restful palette of neutral tones, and provides large living areas for entertaining in both formal and casual settings, with full headroom throughout. A sparkling central circular staircase in the main foyer rises up to the upper deck. Full height picture windows in the main and upper deck saloons provide unobstructed views, creating an environment filled with natural light. The upper saloon doubles as a cinema lounge and leads directly to an inside/outside panoramic dining arrangement surrounded by sliding glass panels, with seating for up to 14 guests.
Accommodation is provided for 12 to 14 guests in seven cabins, although this is restricted to a maximum of 12 guests on charter. The open-plan owner’s duplex suite lies on the main deck forward and offers every facility in complete seclusion, with an elevated observation lounge forward, owner’soffice, his and hers bathrooms and separate dressing rooms. A VIP suite is located on the port side of the bridge deck and features a private terrace. Four guest cabins are positioned off a central atrium on the lower deck and are configured as four doubles, two of which adapt to a twin configuration.
Twin Caterpillar diesel engines enable Cloud 9 to cruise comfortably at about 15 knots, while her wide-beam, displacement hull and four active Quantum stabilisers make for a particularly comfortable ride at sea. She requires a crew of 15.
Inspections of Cloud 9 are available by advance appointment only. She is currently available for charter in Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean at a rate of EUR315,000 per week.