French shipyard CNB has announced its continued collaboration with designer Philippe Briand, on a new sailing yacht concept named CNB 92.
The CNB92 would be built from GRP and carbon composite, with a maximum beam of 6.75m and draft of 3.5m. According to reports, minimal crew would be working on board, making her ideal for an owner who prefers privacy.
The single-masted cruiser would be the largest launch from CNB since 2009’s Chrisco S, if built. Briand describes the concept as “well-behaved but exhilarating”, and said, “She shares and maximises certain characteristics such as manoeuvrability, performance and ease of maintenance.”
Her exterior features extensive use of glass to offer a bright interior, and interior design and fit-out options are at the owner’s discretion, and so have not been disclosed. However, she will feature a large amidships cockpit on the flush deck, offering an ideal space for al fresco relaxation on board.
CNB also revealed plans for an all-carbon version of the CNB92, ideal for an owner who enjoys regatta racing, however no further details have been released about this yet.
CNB also has a 43m motoryacht under development, which if built, will be its largest yacht to date.
For more information, visit CNB.