CL Yachts has revealed details about its entry-level CLB65, scheduled to debut in the fourth quarter of the year. Hence, its completion may coincide with the builder’s world premiere Top CLX96, scheduled for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from October 27-31.
The Club65 has a body length of 64ft 6in (19.7m) and has been designed by CL Yachts to be the largest model that can be comfortably operated by the owner. It features a RINA-certified composite hull design, certified by Apollonio Naval Architecture in collaboration with marine structural engineer Gurit, two studios also collaborating in CLB72.
The exterior is streamlined and the layout of CLB65 is done in-house, while the interior design is by Interiors by Carmen, who also worked on CLB72. “Natural wood tones and modern furniture combine with a neutral color scheme to create a modern and serene atmosphere,” the courtyard said.
CLB65 is the first model of the CL Yachts to have a rear gallery where the windows flip up and the cockpit doors can be opened to create a connected indoor / outdoor environment.
There is a dining table facing the showroom, while the living room consists of a C-shaped sofa facing the sliding door to starboard deck. The interior features wide open windows, including one that can be opened at the gate side of the saloon, while the three downstairs cabins have openable windows.
The yacht’s outdoor areas include a large swimming pool, a covered cockpit with a dining table and a patio with sofa and sunbathing table. The large flight deck features an L-shaped sofa behind with a coffee table facing an L-shaped wet bar, while forward if it’s a C-shaped sofa and dining table with an upper driver’s seat.
Guest accommodation includes a full suite of light rays and a private bathroom that CL Yachts describes as the largest in the class, a double room with private bathroom to the harbor and a VIP cabin with private bath at the nose. ship. There’s also a switchable crew compartment in the back.
The Club65, which can be CE certified on request, features the use of carbon fiber strategically, while the first unit will be configured with two Volvo IPS1050 cases and is expected to have speed. up to 27 knots / hour. Features include an electric fin stabilizer at rest.
Meanwhile, the upcoming CLX96, featuring Jozeph Forakis’ exterior and interior design, won the 2020 Good Design Award hosted by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, following in the footsteps of CLB88 Winning in the 2019 version.
CLB88, the shipyard’s first partnership with Forakis, which was recently shortlisted in the 25-40 Meter Motor Yacht category for the 2021 International Air & Yacht Awards, will be presented. in Venice in May. In February, this model was nominated for Best Motor Yacht Interior Design – 499GT or less in the BOAT International Design & Innovation Awards 2021, to be held at held in Milan in July.
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