Built upon the combined expertise of naval architect Howard Apollonio and leading marine structural engineers Gurit, CLB65 fuses a progressive innovation lead philosophy with an understated, contemporary design.
Exterior design and layout were done in-house with interior design by Interiors by Carmen, who also designed the popular CLB72.
The first CLB65 will be configured with twin Volvo IPS1050 pods, at rest electric fin stabiliser and a light and airy interior design scheme.
This yacht will feature RINA Hull Certification and can be CE certified upon request.
With a resin-infused composite hull, the vessel uses carbon fibre strategically, ensuring outstanding efficiency, performance, and durability.
The yacht’s streamlined silhouette is complemented by modern interiors that celebrate comfort in effortless style.
From the multiple lounging areas at the foredeck, fly lounge, aft lounge, and beach platform, as well as large staterooms below deck, the luxury of space is a common theme that runs throughout the vessel.
A strategically placed aft-galley, along with a large door and opening saloon windows, all work in tandem to bring the outside in – while opening portlights, contemporary detailing, and first-class amenities further elevate the cruising experience.
CLB65 features three staterooms plus one convertible crew room and will launch in Q4 of 2021.