Slipstream

  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
    Exterior 1 Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
    Exterior 2 Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
    Exterior 3 Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
    Interior 1 Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson
  • Photo by Guillaume Plisson

    Slipstream is the sister ship to Cloud 9 both of which were designed by Andrew Winch and share the same ship-like hull (though Slipstream's is black as opposed to Cloud 9's blue) and classic-but-modern metallic gray superstructure. Judging panels at the Monaco Yacht Show and International Superyacht Society recognized the beauty of Winch's design with multiple awards. The 197-foot superyacht, built by CMN in France, can accommodate up to 14 guests in seven cabins. It has more than 5000 square feet of exterior space, and Winch used a neo–Art Deco style on the interior with dark ebony joinery, red leather paneling, and beautiful paintings.

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