CNB’s new 92-foot sailboat is like an Italian suit for the water – Robb Report
It’s every sailor’s dream to steer a sloop that’s as comfortable on the transatlantic as it is on the racetrack, and CNB says its newest fleet member is just that.
The Italian shipyard has just unveiled a new 92-footer that can not only perform well on the high seas, but also keep those on board in luxury. The sailboat, known simply as CNB 88, follows in the footsteps of the CNB 76, but is bigger and better than its predecessor.
The sleek sailboat, which was written by designer Jean-Marc Piaton and features naval architecture by architect Philippe Briand, exudes classic CNB style with a wide stern, clean lines and a sleek silhouette. CNB says it also has a higher airfoil-to-displacement ratio than the CNB 76 and will result in “many happy hours at the helm.”
It is in fact the first CNB ship designed and built at the Solaris shipyard in Aquileia, Italy. Thus, the Italian compatriot was able to provide his expertise both on the structure of the boat and on the meticulous joinery inside which has no visible joints.
The high-end interior, led by Piaton Bercault, would apparently offer a lot more space than your average 90-foot yacht. The layout includes a large master cabin and three guest cabins that can accommodate up to eight guests. There are also two double cabins for four crew members.
The heart of the ship is the spacious saloon. It features CNB’s signature panoramic coachroof as well as glazed surfaces over a transparent aft bulkhead. This allows a lot of natural light to flood the room and creates a “guaranteed wow effect,” according to CNB.
Above all, the CNB 88 is a sailor. The shipyard claims that it is as comfortable to navigate the Mediterranean as it is to travel to the ends of the world. It is also equipped with an annex garage if you prefer to steer something else at sea.
“In our eyes, the CNB 88 is the perfect synthesis between the functionality of the CNB 76 and the need for more space, self-sufficiency and luxury,” the yard said in a statement. declaration.
We can get on board with that.
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