Following a series of incredibly exciting photographs last week, a video from the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard has helped paint a more comprehensive picture of CLOUDBREAK.
Expected to be available for charter after undergoing sea trials in May, the project has taken four years to reach completion, and has attracted a fairly significant amount of interest across the industry.
With masculine lines housing her four decks, the aluminum superstructure is striking to say the least- the range of blues which adorn the exterior nicely complement this angular design and help establish her as a true individual.
Though the camera unfortunately doesn’t make it inside, there’s every reason to believe that the voluminous interior will be well taken care of- Christian Liaigre previously provided the 67m/220ft sailing yacht VERTIGO with a highly modern interior.
The profile shots showcase the exterior styling of Espen Oeino, and the face-on footage nicely captures her boldly shaped axe bow.
Sat next to the 81m/266ft superyacht KIBO, CLOUDBREAK was in good company and demonstrated how at home she was with yachts of her size.
Though KIBO is not currently available for charter, her sister ship, the 82m/268ft superyacht ROMEA is expected to be available in the Mediterranean this summer.
Bringing together one of the most accomplished shipyards and a truly innovative design team, there’s every reason to assume that CLOUDBREAK could become one of the most desired superyachts available for charter
73m Abeking & Rasmussen, 2016