Three CMN 58m series in build

The order book for CMN Yachts in Cherbourg is looking very fit indeed with no less than three 58m yachts in various stages of production. All three share the same basic steel hull form and bulkhead arrangement but with customisation of the interiors and styling changes to the exterior deck spaces and aluminium alloy superstructure they may well look very different from each other when they enter service.Currently each offers features that include an owner’s suite with a panoramic lounge,a VIP suite with a private terrace on the bridge deck and four further guest cabins plus a fifth staff cabin,which can double as a gymnasium.

With interiors by Andrew Winch Designs (below),the yacht is at the most advanced stage of construction, New Bermie,has the gymnasium option,an air-conditioned glazed area on the bridge deck. Two Caterpillar 3516B engines will give a top speed of 15.5 knots or a cruising speed of 12 knots with a 5,000nm range,and Quantum Zero Speed stabilisers will provide confort. Built to class as a charter yacht in accordance with Bureau Veritas rules,the yacht will also be fully compliant with SOLAS. Crew quarters comprise a captain’s cabin on the bridge deck and an engineer’s cabin and six double cabins, all en suite, plus crew mess and laundry on the lower deck.

The second yacht of the same series is Project 801, Slipstream, which has been modified to suit the owner’s particular requirements with vertical windows used for the bridge and the panoramic private lounge of the owner’s suite for strong visual impact. Bulwarks at the forward end of the main deck have been reduced in height to increase visibility. A black hull and silver-grey superstructure will add to her dramatic and unique appearance. The third yacht, Project 802, is in the design stage and is expected to be delivered in late 2008.

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