The 75.28-metre Abeking & Rasmussen expedition superyacht Cloudbreak is chartering in Southeast Asia this summer.
Designed for extreme exploration, Cloudbreak was custom-built for an owner with a passion for the great outdoors, and is named after a legendary surfing reef in Fiji.
She is now offering dates for charter in APAC region: 25th June – 15th July and 1-15 August, 2022. The price is listed at upwards of €750,000 per week.
Cloudbreak comes with a range of surfing gear onboard, including kite surfing, and windsurfing. Her packed toy garage offers jet skiing, kayaking, wakeboarding and dinghy sailing. Guests can also pick up a sea bob, stand-up paddleboard, inflatable trampoline, inflatable kids slide, sea rafts, inflatable towables, and fishing gear.
Cloudbreak can welcome up to 12 charter guests overnight in six staterooms. On the main deck, the master suite has a fresh modern look and a full range of luxurious amenities. Two large terraces offer panoramic views, one of which offers an outdoor daybed allowing guests to sleep under the stars while cruising.
There are five guest cabins located on the lower deck, which give direct access to the beach club. Decorated with a neutral colour palette, the guest staterooms feature a curved design maximising their generous size and natural light.
The large pool on the sundeck offers ample space for sunbathing, while indoors there is a cinema, chalet-inspired saloon. Guests can enjoy stargazing from the winter garden on the bridge deck.
Cloudbreak also has accommodation for 22 crew members on board.
Other amenities include a wellness centre and gym with a large open balcony, the ‘Eagle’s nest’ observation tower
Chloe Riley, charter manager with SuperYachtsMonaco, says: “A true masterpiece of sophistication, with Cloudbreak you have an open invitation to enjoy some of the most beautiful places in the world!”
All images courtesy of SuperYachtsMonaco
Technical specifications: Cloudbreak
Number of guests: 12
Guest cabins: 6
Region: Indian Ocean, South East Asia
Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Cruising speed: 12 knots
Max speed: 15 knots
Number of crew: 22
Hull material: Steel