To be on “cloud nine” has long suggested a perfect state of happiness and elation. The ninth cloud described in the original 1895 International Cloud Atlas was the enormous, beautiful, powerful cumulonimbus. Sharing many attributes with such a distinctive natural formation, CRN’s 242.9ft (74m) motor yacht Lady Jorgia (formally Cloud 9 and Odyssey II) gives much the same sense of bliss. The cutting-edge superyacht offers charter guests every luxury imaginable – meaning that a Lady Jorgia Yacht Charter is perfect for enjoying blissful destinations with friends and family.


The fabulous beach club is the highlight of a Lady Jorgia yacht charter. The space stretches out through an extension to offer an expanded sun and play area, encouraging exploration of the fully-stocked selection of toys. Waverunners, SeaBobs, ocean kayaks, a full menu of towables, snorkel and fishing equipment, an inflatable dock with jellyfish net, and a 114-meter waterslide whisking guests from the sundeck to the sea are just some of the options.

Considering the 31-foot Nouvrania tender, a Mini Catamaran Evoque 420, and a MasterCraft competition ski boat, the sky is truly the limit for an exciting day on the water. A gym equipped with spin bikes, rowing machine, treadmill, and Kinesis machine invites workouts, while the sundeck spa pool and teppanyaki bar expand the options for sunning or mesmerizing sunset views. Around the superyacht, you will also find indoor and outdoor cinemas, a fully-equipped gym and a helipad.

Satellite TV and an Apple music and movie server controlled via iPad, add to the communications, WiFi, and internet entertainment options. The AV system, along with lights and blinds, are also controlled by iPads through a Lutron system. Bleached oak, contrasting with natural wood deckhead panels and a graceful palette of blues and creams, are interspersed with mother of pearl and Calcutta marble in the bath and embellished in tasteful sea motifs.


Set athwartships, the stem to stern pool earns praise for increased deck space. The main deck massage area with a fold-out deck boasts a hair salon and a private bath. An expansive main deck saloon serves as a plush gathering space, opening to the aft deck, transforming into a cinema via the domotic system large screen and projector that descend for viewing.

Lady Jorgia is powered by two 3516C 2,000 kW @ 1600 rpm Caterpillar engines, giving her a speed advantage at 16.5 knots, with comfortable passage-making of 15 knots for 6,000 nautical miles and 250,000-liter fuel capacity. Owning a draft of 13.1ft (4m), a beam of 44.3ft (13m) and zero speed stabilizers, Lady Jorgia ensures a comfortable ride for guests and good seakeeping by the crew.


The second-largest in its fleet after Chopi Chopi, Lady Jorgia’s five spacious decks deliver over 1,000 sqm of living space that comfortably accommodates 16 guests in 8 cabins, with 22 crew onboard to provide seamless service. At charter, Lady Jorgia welcomes 12 guests. CRN put top talent together with the Zuccon International Project to pen the stunning exterior lines of Lady Jorgia’s steel hull and aluminum superstructure.

The voluminous beach house interior embodies a sense of relaxation throughout the spaces, which features tons of natural light, chic décor and panoramic views. Winch Design was engaged to complete interior design as well as exterior guest spaces, outlining a smooth layout with thoughtful placement of key onboard destinations and an eye for elegant, efficient service.


From the boarding foyer on the lower deck, an elevator connects to all levels. The owner’s deck is designed with privacy, yet allows enormous views from the centerline king bed through a large expanse of glass, and the private deck fully forward. Dual baths, walk-in wardrobes, and a cloud-soft white silk and wool carpet touch on the sophisticated details.

A private owner’s deck saloon aft proves the perfect niche for family time, opening to the sea for al fresco movie nights. The owner’s suite and all staterooms are paneled in bleached oak, each with a distinctive finish. Fully-polished with sumptuous seating, sculpted carpeting, marine-inspired art, and lovely bas relief surfaces, accommodations are divine by the highest standard. The owner’s suite also features a large private deck forward that comes equipped with seating areas and a removable canopy on the helipad.

Lady Jorgia is currently available for charter via Y.CO beginning at US$850,000 per week plus expenses.
Summer Cruising Schedule: Mediterranean & Adriatic
Winter Cruising Schedule: Caribbean