CL Yachts to make double debut at FLIBS

CL Yachts says it is ‘thrilled’ to display its new models, CLX96 (pictured above) and CLB65, at the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS).

The CLX96 has been created in collaboration with international designer Jozeph Forakis, with structural engineering from Albert Horsmon and naval architecture from Earl Alfaro.

It heralds the establishment of the new X-Series that will be joined by more models in the future and the company describes it as having an inviting, open layout; with rugged and adventurous proportions and clean, fluid lines.

Below deck, there’s a four-cabin layout, including a full-beam master suite with a real skylight, VIP stateroom with virtual skylight, and two twin guest cabins.

Powered by twin 1900hp Caterpillar C32 engines, she has a maximum speed of over 25 knots at full load – a really high performance for its class.

Meanwhile the CLB65 has a resin-infused composite hull, using carbon fibre strategically which the company says ensures outstanding efficiency, performance, and durability.

The full-beam master stateroom is located midship on the lower deck while the VIP stateroom is located forward. The guest cabin has twin beds.

CLB65 has upper and lower helm stations, each equipped with dual STIDD helm seats and Volvo 17-inch glass cockpit displays, and is powered by twin Volvo IPS1050 Pod Drives. She has a top speed of 27 knots.

Published by: Marine Industry News