CNB 43.2 MY by German Frers

Architect's point of view

This gentleman's motor yacht, designed for CNB, combines Frers' experience handed down through three generations with advanced technology and concepts. Artistry, technology and visual harmony are the key ingredients which define our approach to the naval architecture of the CNB 43.2.
We designed a high performance hull with security and comfort in mind - a light displacement, long, slender, low drag and low wind resistance wave piercing hull. There is no permanent access from the yacht to the sea - the gangway, swimming platform and side boarding ladders are crew controlled when required.
The interior accommodation offers all the options normally found on a three deck vessel.

The main deck combines unique interior - exterior spaces through large opening port and starboard terraces to create a lounge, formal dining, bar and sun protected alfresco dining space aft, connected to the vibrancy of the swimming platform. Forward, the owner suite connects directly to a private party lounge and dining, accessible to the sun beds and Jacuzzi.

The lower deck has four similar double guest suites. There is direct access on this level through a viewing gallery in the engine room to the gym and swimming platform aft.

Following the lines of the yacht and directly connected to the navigation station, the flybridge is a well-integrated, pleasurable open space to enjoy the sun during the day and the stars at night.