The new CNB 43.20m motor yacht designed by German Frers is long and slender, with a low drag and low wind resistance. The wave piercing, light displacement hull of the CNB 43.20 m motor yacht was designed by German Frers for CNB Yachts.
German Frers are principally known for sailing yacht designs took on the challenge to design the 43.20-meter motor yacht for the CNB yard. The superyacht design boasts a very sleek design with a near vertical wave-piercing bow.
The CNB 43.20m motor yacht design has a unique exterior and interior flow with large terraces opening to port and starboard in the full beam main salon which features several lounging areas as well as the formal dining area. On the large aft deck, which is also connected via large sliding doors to the salon there is a bar, sun protected area and alfresco dining space. The aft deck is connected by a staircase to a large swimming platform with tender garage.
The owner’s suite located on the main deck forward connects to a large and private outdoor area protected by a retractable canvas awning. The area features a private dining area, sunbathing area and a Jacuzzi. Four additional guest suites are located on the lower deck.
The CNB 43.20 m motor yacht designed by German Frers measures 43.2m with a beam of 8.50 m, a draft of 2 m and displacement of just under 360,000 lbs.
The yacht will be built with an aluminum hull and composite superstructure, with a maximum speed in the region of 28 knots thanks to twin MTU 12V 4000 M93L engines. At a cruising speed of 18 knotsm she will have a 1,000 nautical mile range.
For security reasons, there is no permanent access to the boat from the sea, but a gateway controlled by the crew of the platform or bath ladder.
Specifications of the CNB 43.20 m motor yacht designed by German Frers
Length 43.00 m
Maximum beam 8.50 m
Draught 2.00 m
Maximum speed 28 kts
Cruising speed 18 kts