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Cloud 9, 74-metre superyacht launched by CRN


cloud9_crnThe 74 metre custom CRN superyacht Cloud 9 was launched on 21 January 2017 in the shipyard’s facilities in Ancona.
Cloud 9 is the product of a fruitful partnership between CRN engineering team, who took care of the technical aspects of the project, Zuccon International Project who carried out the exterior design, and Winch Design for exterior guest areas and interior styling.
Hull #131 had been commissioned by a Turkish client, who unfortunately passed away while construction was underway. Burgess Technical Services, as owner’s representatives, brokered the resale to an experienced Australian owner. Andrew Winch had also designed the owner’s previous yacht, a 60-metre vessel built by CMN.
Cloud 9’s clean lines are enhanced by subtle design details and the elegant aesthetics of all her guest areas, resulting in a superyacht of world-class calibre. The vessel features an optimised balance between interior and exterior spaces, with impressive volumes, high comfort with a free flowing layout for a relaxed indoor-outdoor living environment. Distinctive open-air areas such as the private deck forward of the master suite and the large beach club with extended platform at sea level have been conceived to offer maximum scope for alfresco enjoyment.
With a beam of 13.50 metres and five expansive decks plus a sub deck, the yacht comfortably accommodates up to 16 guests (12 when chartering) in a master suite, VIP suite and six guest cabins, in addition to 22 crew members in 13 cabins plus berths for four staff in two cabins.
The vessel is powered by two Caterpillar 3516C 2,000 kW @1600 rpm engines, delivering a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
Cloud 9 is due for delivery in April after completing her fitting out and sea trails. Also in build at CRN is 79m hull #135, 62m hull #137, and the new 50m Superconero.