Italian yard CNM Yachts has plans for building a 33 m open yacht.
Italian yard CNM Yachts has plans for building a 33 m open yacht. The name of the developing project is Continental 110 and has already convinced its first client, and the details are being negotiated for a delivery date of 2018. Interiors will be completely customizable and they will be designed by the customer specifications to ensure that every Continental 100 has a unique character.
The vessel will have a shallow draft of 1.1 meters that will allow owners to explore remote areas. For power CNM will use a pair of 2,600 hp MTU engines and Arnesen drives that will give the CNM Continental 110 a top speed of 42 knots.
Other power options include a waterjet boosted tripe 2,600 hp engine set-up, that will give the boat a speed in excess of 50 knots.
CNM stands for Cantiere Navali del Mediterraneo. The yacht builder is based in Rome, Italy, and was founded in 2003. Its current largest model is the Continental 80, a yacht capable of 45 knots.