Class leading expedition superyacht
The stunning Planet Nine was designed by the renowned Tim Heywood and is destined to be regarded as one of the world’s foremost explorer yachts. In 2019, Cookson Adventures took her on her maiden voyage to the Antarctic.
Go-anywhere ability meets the highest level of luxury. This ice-classed vessel has eight staterooms, with two master staterooms on her main deck. Inside is as opulent as any superyacht and she is also fitted with a large cinema, sumptuous living spaces with elevators to all decks.
She has a helicopter landing pad and internal garage facility for her custom MD 902 Explorer, as well as three custom-built Rupert Marine RIBS. Designed for extreme conditions, these exciting craft are perfect for local exploration or just a lot of fun. Planet Nine also holds a plethora of the expected water toys, such as dive equipment, paddleboards, canoes, snowboard and skiing equipment.
Beneath her commercially approved helideck find a helicopter hangar with enough space to house an 7 passenger AgustaWestland AW109-sized chopper.
Ice class hull
Ice classified 1D by Lloyd’s, Planet Nine has been engineered to explore higher latitudes.
On board comfort
Fabulously luxurious and expansive onboard facilities include a spa, steam room, cinema, beach club, bar, pool and more.
Long range autonomy
With the range to sail from Sydney to the Caribbean via Cape Horn, helicopter refueling facilities and fresh water production, Planet Nine has the self sufficiency for genuine voyages.