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Interiors: Sanlorenzo Cloud 9

Space. Aboard Sanlorenzo Cloud 9, the first Sanlorenzo 62Steel, the term translates into a long list of vital statistics.

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9

This yacht is like a number list: 215 sqm of master suite on the upper deck just to begin with. 92 sqm of covered area in the beach club. A further 40 sqm that can be availed of by opening out the terraces aft. 90 sqm of saloon on the main deck. Space and lots of it is what Cloud 9 brings to the ongoing story of Sanlorenzo‘s superyachts.
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Not only space

A story that began back in 2010 with the 40 Alloy and continued with the opening of the company’s Superyachts Division, which has now, has 34 launches to its credit. But space is far from the only standout feature of the 62Steel.

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9 ©Guillaume Plisson

An incredible owner

Its design is the result of a request from a Sanlorenzo 46 owner for a more spacious yacht to spend extended periods aboard with his family.

At 61.5m, the new model slots in just behind the Sanlorenzo flagship, the 64/70 Steel Attila (Here all the articles about Sanlorenzo). But Cloud9 herself has plenty to write about aside from space. First and foremost is a striking profile developed by Sanlorenzo’s own Technical and Styling Office with a chined bow, wonderfully taut straight lines clothing the aluminium superstructure (the hull is steel), and long windows on the three upper decks.

Performance and range

Work on the naval platform has given the 1300GT superyacht a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and an ocean-going range too. Not just in terms of fuel capacity (130,00 litres) but also the standard and quality of the onboard plant, stowage and conservation spec to be genuinely self-sufficient on long cruises. Guests aboard will be fully able to live the sea thanks to the fact that the Sanlorenzo 62Steel delivers the volumes of a conventional 80m spread throughout her wonderfully comfortable interiors and exteriors.

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9 ©Guillaume Plisson

The bridge deck

There is a lounge, for instance, with a sun pad, table and bar on the terrace aft of the helm and captain’s cabin on the bridge deck.

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9 ©Guillaume Plisson

The owner deck

Another major wow factor is the fact that the entire upper deck can be made entirely private to the owner. Moving in from the terrace, we find a 67 sqm sky lounge and then the owner’s suite proper complete with study, walk-in closet, bathrooms and bedroom with 180° views out over a massive 140 sqm of foredeck and pool.

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9 ©Guillaume Plisson

The main deck

The main deck, however, is sociable and communal. Here guests move from the terrace and pool area to the interior lounge and dining areas. Then comes a central lobby with lift followed by five guest cabins and a massage room.

The lower deck

E, sempre all’insegna del comfort, al lower deck si sviluppa il beach club completo di palestra e hammam. Un’area di poppa, quella del beach club, interamente dedicata a vivere il mare e realizzata spostando a mezza nave, a prua del locale motori con i due Caterpillar da 1500 Cv, i due garage per il tender di 9 metri e per le moto d’acqua. Chiude il ponte inferiore l’area con gli alloggi per le 12 persone di equipaggio. Un quartiere di 155 metri quadrati che, oltre alle cabine, comprende un living e la cucina di 26 metri quadrati. Infine, il ponte di servizio dove in 104 metri quadrati si trovano la dispensa, i freezer, la lavanderia e altri locali tecnici come quello per l’impianto di trattamento delle acque e quello degli stabilizzatori.

Sanlorenzo Cloud 9 ©Guillaume Plisson

The Sanlorenzo Cloud 9 Interior Design

Because they were so familiar with the owner’s taste and have collaborated with Sanlorenzo’s technicians and craftspeople for so long, Francesco Paszkowski Design, who designed the decor and furnishings, created “tailor-made” interiors in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, which Paszkowski describes as having a “distinctly contemporary feel”.

To create the requisite atmosphere of comfort and relaxation aboard, the studio chose a subtle neutral and natural colour palette that has the effect of beautifully brightening and opening up the spaces. As Francesco Paszkowski told us: “The main materials, like marble, stone and oak, are combined with glass and leather. Italian designer furniture is mixed with pieces that we custom-designed ourselves”.

16 people onboard

A good example of the Florence-based studio’s work is the ebony table in the dining area on the main deck which has a sublime 100 gloss mirror-like finish and two leaves that allow it to easily seat 16. Just one of many elements aboard that underscore the conviviality and liveability that are the leitmotifs aboard Cloud9, the first 62Steel to emerge from Sanlorenzo’s Superyachts Division.

A craft that thanks to her dimensions, alone offers a very personal and unique way of living the sea. 

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