Less than a year after she was sold, the 88.5 metre Cloud 9 has rejoined the market with Burgess. The Oceanco superyacht, which was formerly known as Infinity, has been kept notoriously private since her delivery in 2015.
Now, the first images inside the 2,914GT superyacht have been released.
The yacht's exterior design comes from Espen Øino, while interior styling is by Sinot Yacht Design & Architecture. The design team made the most out of the yacht's exterior areas, giving her a total of three pools plus multiple lounging and dining areas.
The main deck is home to a 17 cubic metre pool bordered by sunpads, with a bar sitting directly forward that benefits from shading from the deck above. Twin sets of stairs lead down to the swim platform, where there is ladder access to the water with optional loose furniture to create a waterfront lounge zone. Tender storage can be found directly forward, with a pair of hatches that allow simple launch and recovery.
The bridge deck is well laid-out for entertainment, with a strong connection between indoor and outdoor areas plus al fresco dining for ten attached to a small seating area that is perfect for evening cocktails or morning coffees. The upper deck has a similar layout, with yet another option for dining that seats up to 12.
The sundeck offers an alternative spot for an owner and guests to enjoy, with a dip pool, games tables, sun loungers and forward-facing viewing chairs.
Accommodation is offered for a total of 12 guests in seven cabins. The owner's cabin is one of the most high-volume options in this class of yachts for sale, with a separate office, lounging area and both his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms.
Wraparound decks also lend themselves well to quiet moments at sea, and there is access to a private owner's jacuzzi and seating area. Crew accommodation is for up to 28.
Cloud 9 lives up her name with a wide range of amenities designed for rest and recreation. The main deck offers a wellness centre with a beauty saloon and a gym with a glass partition that can be slid open to let the sea breeze in.
The owner's lounge can also function as a cinema, demonstrating the versatility and thoughtful layout of this superyacht.
Cloud 9 follows in the footsteps of a series of highly successful charter yachts, but she has only spent one season on the charter market and had two owners since new.
The yacht is currently undergoing a full repaint of both hull and superstructure.
The superyacht has a maximum speed of 20 knots and a range of over 6,000 nautical miles.
With an asking price of €155,000,000, Cloud 9 marks one of the most expensive yachts for sale right now.