• 56
  • 2009
  • Philippe Briand
  • Jean-Marc Piaton
  • Aluminum hull Composite superstructures
  • 26.32 m / 86'4''
  • 6.54 m / 21'5''
  • 2.00/4.00 m - 6'7''/13'1''
  • 62 t / 136,710 lbs
  • 15 t - 33,075 lbs
  • Cutter
  • 385 m² / 4,143 sq ft
  • 220 hp

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The second CNB yacht for the same owner (hence the second "i" in Spiip!), this Briand design is very clearly Hamilton II’s little sister.Delivered two months after Chrisco, the hull and deck were built in aluminium, surmounted by composite superstructures.Her lifting keel ensures access to all anchorages, with a draught of only 2 metres in the raised position.Perfectly proportioned, Spiip is a very accomplished yacht, both on deck, with its free movement, and below, providing two guest cabins, two for the crew and one owner’s suite.With a true deckhouse saloon from which, when seated in the lounge area or at the chart table, the horizon is visible through the generous coachroof glazing, her interior design was entrusted to Jean-Marc Piaton.She was the first fruit of an enduring collaboration with this designer who, with CNB, has since designed the Semi-custom 76 'and 66'.
The owner’s suite and its private bathroom are located at the stern, just forward of the large tender garage.The galley and crew quarters are accessed by a corridor forward of the saloon where the varnished carbon mast finds its natural place.Everywhere, the stowage volumes are generous and perfectly integrated.
Designed for an owner who has always praised her seagoing qualities and "reassuring behaviour in heavy seas", Spiip has logged 60,000 miles in five years.In particular, her voyages have included Polynesia.