23 November 2009

Slipstream wins three design awards!

Only months after her delivery by the CMN shipyard in France during the summer of 2009, the 60m Andrew Winch designed superyacht Slipstream has already scooped three coveted awards.

During September at the 2009 Monaco Yacht Show, to the delight of her proud owners, Slipstream was awarded the Nymphenburg 'Prix du Design', in the presence of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco.

This was followed by awards for Best Yacht Interior 2009, and Best Power Yacht 2009 (40-65m category) at the prestigious International Superyacht Society Awards in Florida.

Slipstream's distinctive livery of dramatic black hull and metallic grey superstructure combined with her bold and confident interior have positioned her at very the forefront of contemporary creative yacht design - as now proven by her multiple award winning status.

Slipstream accommodates 12 guests in 7 beautiful cabins, including a split-level full beam master suite and a VIP cabin with private terrace offering sweeping ocean views. With over 500 sqm of living areas and 200 sqm of outdoor decks, Slipstream is designed to optimise her vast interior and exterior volume.

Featuring zero speed stabilisers to provide a comfortable ride for her guests, state-of-the-art audio-visual systems, cinema, gymnasium and extensive water toys, Slipstream is undoubtedly one of the most exciting yachts to hit the water in 2009!

Burgess managed the build of this striking yacht and are now providing operational management services, as well as representing the yacht for charter as Central Agents. For more details on chartering this exceptional new vessel in the Caribbean this winter or the Mediterranean next summer contact a Burgess charter broker now.