Built in 2020 by Italian shipbuilder Sanlorenzo, the 61.5-metre superyacht Cloud 9 is for sale. Previously known as Lammouche, the yacht for sale is the first hull of the 62Steel series of yachts. Photo: Guillaume PlissonCloud 9’s naval architecture and exterior was designed in-house by her builder, Sanlorenzo, while her interior design was penned by Italian designers Francesco Paszkowski, a longtime Sanlorenzo collaborator, and Margherita Casprini.Photo: Guillaume PlissonThe Sanlorenzo yacht for sale can sleep up-to 12 guests across five guest staterooms. The 215 square-metre owner’s suite is found on her private upper deck, with an island berth forward giving 180 degree views through full-height windows and glass sliding doors. These lead the owner onto a private terrace featuring a swimming pool and sunbeds. The terrace space is versatile and can be used for working out with gym equipment, entertaining or relaxing. The owner’s suite itself has his-and-hers bathrooms, a study and a walk-in wardrobe. The remaining staterooms consist of two doubles and three convertible staterooms. The massage room can also convert into a staff cabin.Photo: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonThe motor yacht for sale has a large main saloon styled in relaxing earth tones with large full-height windows for plenty of natural light. The area also includes a formal dining area with seating for up-to 16 guests. Photo: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonCloud 9’s main deck aft features a second large swimming pool with a transparent bottom to allow light into her below beach club and sliding covers that can convert it into a large sunbed. Steps lead down to her swim platform and full-beam 92 square-metre beach club, which can open on three sides. Inside is a wellness centre with a steam shower and hammam, a day head, a gym with sea views, a lounge area, and a bar. Her top deck is home to a lounge, a sit-up bar, and a sun lounging area aft. Photo: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonPhoto: Guillaume PlissonPerformance-wise, she is powered by twin Caterpillar 3,512 horsepower engines, giving her a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12.5 knots. Two additional units of the model are currently under construction, with the second and third due to be delivered in the autumn of 2021 and early 2023, respectively.