Cloud 9 was delivered in 2015 by Oceanco and cruised under the name Infinity until she changed ownership in 2022. The yacht is currently undergoing refit work in Barcelona, including a repaint of the hull and superstructure, and represents a "standout opportunity" to acquire a vessel of "impeccable northern European credentials and a state-of-the-art technical specification," according to her broker.
Accommodation on board this superyacht for sale includes an impressive owners' suite featuring a separate office, lounge, his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms, and direct access to a private exterior lounging area and Jacuzzi forward. Wraparound windows allow natural light to illuminate her interior, which is finished in creams, dark wood and pops of blue.
Six more guest staterooms are located at main deck level, two of which are designated VIPs with three further doubles and a twin. The 26 crew on board have their own gymnasium and a total of 16 cabins, including the captain's. They also have a dedicated crew lift for servicing the vessel, complementing the guest elevator that runs from the main deck to the bridge deck.
Sporting naval architecture by Azure Yacht Design and Naval Architecture, the behemoth boasts amenities such as a large gymnasium, a five-metre swimming pool, a cinema and a spacious beach club. Her watersports and tender inventory is extensive, comprising an 11.4-metre Hodgdon limo, a 10.8-metre Compass sport tender and an eight-metre X-Craft.
The voluminous 2,914GT vessel has a maximum speed of 20 knots and a range of 6,700 nautical miles at 13 knots, powered by a pair of MTU4000 M73L engines. A helipad forward is suitable for an H145 or similar. Cloud 9 is Lloyd’s classed and MCA compliant.
Lying in Barcelona, Spain, Cloud 9 is asking €155,000,000.