Dine al fresco on the sea at the aft lounge area, a shaded outdoor space above the beach platform that offers 270-degree views from the back of the vessel.
The yacht’s transom lift reveals a beach platform at the stern, designed as a versatile area for sunbathing and water activities.
Experience panoramic views atop the CLB72 at the Fly Lounge, a spacious flybridge-turned-hangout, that includes ample seating to accommodate all on board. An outdoor grill, refrigerator, ice-maker, and retractable sunroof make this area the perfect space for casual entertaining.
The tranquil and spacious fore deck is designed to be your private sanctuary for a morning coffee, or time with friends and family. Abundant seating and sunpads invite guests to lounge, while flexible sun shades provide relief from the sun when needed.
Welcome guests with the bright and spacious salon, cleverly configured to include windows that flood the entire interior with natural light. A wealth of counter space provides comfortable room for appliances and makes meal preparation a breeze.
Retreat into the blissful comforts of the master cabin, a full beam stateroom accented by elegant wood panels, sleek lines, and plush carpeting. Generously sized and furnished with amenities, the room includes a walk-in closet and an en-suite, European-style bathroom complete with a double sink vanity.
Give your guests the VIP treatment by providing them with five-star accommodations onboard. Modern and spacious, the VIP cabin combines texture and light to create a serene ambience, and is also fully equipped with an en-suite bathroom and first-rate amenities.
Two twin guest cabins, each with its own en-suite bathroom, accommodate an additional four guests. Contemporary wood paneling and elegant accents infuse each room with a warm and cozy vibe.
Well-designed and extremely functional, the crew cabin is a dedicated space for privacy and rest.
The spacious flybridge houses a double helm seat at the control station and extends aft with an L-shaped seating area, a table, an outdoor grill, and a refrigerator.
The CLB72 is a sight to behold. Fluid lines and a sharp silhouette define the dynamic exterior of the yacht, while neutral colors, bright spaces, and contemporary detailing create a stylish environment within. Functionality is key in the yacht’s thoughtfully considered layout, with innovative features such as retractable sunroofs, well-equipped entertaining areas, and a transom lift-powered beach platform make your time on board all the more enjoyable.
By employing some of the most advanced technologies available in the marine industry today, the CLB72 is able to achieve an optimal combination of performance, weight, and strength. The use of resin-infused composites, carbon fiber, and fiberglass fabrics in the structure significantly reduces the weight of the yacht while maintaining its strength and durability. A host of state-of-the-art technologies elevate the yachting experience to a new level: gyro stabilization and an active interceptor system ensure a smooth and enjoyable ride; the CZONE monitoring system oversees tankage and major boat functions; and integrated navigation electronics are installed in both helm stations.
Thanks to its resin-infused, composite hull, coupled with a foam-cored monocoque structure designed by acclaimed naval architect, Howard Apollonio, and leading marine structural engineers, Gurit, the CLB72 breaks new ground in performance, boasting an efficient fuel consumption rate while still maintaining an impressive top speed of up to 30 knots. A strategic use of carbon fiber and fiberglass fabrics throughout the structure contributes to significant weight optimization. Even the yacht’s stonework and furniture are weight-optimized: elegant stone surfaces are backed by composite materials to save weight, while Tricel honeycomb – a light but strong construction material – is used in furniture pieces to achieve up to a 20% reduction in weight when compared to solid wood or plywood.
Smart engineering assures the safety of all onboard the CLB72. Built on a floating framework, the interior of the yacht is separated from the hull and support members, minimizing vibration. Furthermore by integrating tankage with the hull, the rigidity is increased and a double-bottomed safety zone is created.