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SLIPSTREAM Yacht – Jack Cowin’s $50M Superyacht

The SLIPSTREAM yacht is Jack Cowin’s award-winning vessel, launched by French shipyard CMN Yachts in 2009.

Winch Design completed the interior and exterior designs of the fantastic yacht, which boasts the height of luxury on the water.

Length:60 m (198 ft)
Guests:14 in 7 cabins
Crew:15 in 7 cabins
Designer:Andrew Winch
Interior Designer:Andrew Winch
Speed:17 knots
Volume:1,076 ton
Price:US$ 50 million
Annual Running:US$ 3-5 million
Owner:Jack Cowin

SLIPSTREAM yacht interior

The interior of the SLIPSTREAM yacht was designed by British design firm Winch Design with an Art-Deco and luxury style.

Red, black, and ochre seamlessly integrate with the native Australian and Canadian artwork on board.

This artwork includes three hand-carved totem poles that tower over the black fossil marble stairwell connected to the levels.

There are accommodations for 12 guests in 7 cabins with one master, 1 VIP, two doubles, and two twin rooms.

There are accommodations for 15 crew onboard. The master suite has an observation lounge, an office, and a walk-in wardrobe. The VIP suite offers one of the best views on board, which guests can enjoy. 

One of the SLIPSTREAM’s most outstanding features is the vast sundeck designed for comfort with giant sun pads both forward and aft and a glass windbreak around the jacuzzi.

There is also a BBQ area, dining, and seating areas. There is also an open-air shower and glass-topped bar. 

The bridge deck has an alfresco dining area shielded by glass doors that allow guests to absorb all the views.

The sky lounge offers a full cinema experience with a hidden screen. There is a gym onboard where guests can enjoy a workout with a wide range of equipment.

Entertainment onboard includes a karaoke machine and smoke and bubble machines. The garage is filled with toys, including a sailboat for exploring and a waterslide that descends from the sundeck.


The SLIPSTREAM yacht exterior also features a design from Winch Design with a striking black hull and a silver superstructure. The hull is steel with an aluminum superstructure.

She was built by CMN Yachts, a French shipyard based in Cherbourg Cedex, which delivered the award-winning yacht in 2009. Her striking exterior makes her a highly recognizable yacht on the water. 


The SLIPSTREAM yacht is a 60m superyacht with an 11.2m beam and 3.4m draft. The yacht has 2 Caterpillar engines, which give her a cruising speed of 14.5 knots and a maximum speed of 15.5 knots.

She features an advanced stabilization system reducing the rolling motion of the vessel in the water.

The yacht has a gross tonnage of 1093 GT. SLIPSTREAM is an impressive vessel that has won many awards since its launch. The running costs for the $50 million yacht are $3 – $5 million. 

SLIPSTREAM yacht owner

The owner of the SLIPSTREAM yacht is Jack Cowin, a Canadian-born fast-food mogul. According to Forbes, he made his fortune with fast-food franchises, which amount to over $3 billion.

He is the founder and chair of Competitive Foods Australia, which operates Burger King’s Australian franchise as Hungry Jacks, boasting over 400 stores and a food processing division.

He is also the top shareholder of Domino’s Pizza Enterprise, the Australian franchisee of the US company.

The fast-food mogul conceived his first yacht as an investment opportunity rather than a hobbyist’s fantasy, but he soon fell in love with the 43.6m yacht named SILVER DREAM. He later commissioned the SLIPSTREAM.


2009: Delivered from CMN Yachts shipyard to Jack Cowin

2022: Available for charter in Northern Europe (summer cruising) and the Caribbean (winter cruising).

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