Infinity



  • 43
  • 2003
  • Philippe Briand
  • Vripack-Yachting International Sophie Campion
  • Aluminium
  • 29 m / 95'
  • 7 m / 23'
  • 3.50 m / 11'6''
  • 85 t / 187,425 lbs
  • 29 t / 63,945 lbs
  • Cutter
  • 416 m² / 4,476 sq.ft
  • Cummins 350 hp
  • Véritas / MCA
  • Grand Bleu Vintage








 



Infinity is the second CNB 95, following Grand Bleu Vintage, the first of an important line:CNB 86, CNB 105, CNB 117.
However, like all CNB one-offs, Infinity has her own distinctive features:on deck, with her hard-top bimini protecting the cockpit during cruises in the cold of the far north, and below decks, with wood and decorative options that reflect her owners’ taste.Like her elder sister, Infinity benefits from a proven concept combining modern comfort and fast cruising.These are the determining factors.
Maximising comfort and elegance:raised saloon with large side glazing protected by Persian blinds, affording a perfect view.Large engine room beneath the sole.The spaces devoted to guests and the very large owner's cabin are located forward, and are well-lit and well-ventilated.Separate crew area comprising two cabins, a small saloon and the galley, adjacent to the plant area.Interior decoration is executed using dappled maple, burr mahogany and white lacquer.
General ergonomics and performance: large single-level cockpit, equipped with comfortable seating at anchor and under way.Two off-centreline helming stations provide good forward visibility and a central route to the transom skirt.The tender garage is beneath the aft deck.Cutter rig with a self-tacking staysail and a shallow draught facilitate handling and accessibility at anchor.Carbon-fibre rigging, the ballast forms, water tanks located on both sides used as ballast, ensure excellent performance under sail.
Construction:Infinity’s hull and deck are built of aluminium, an assurance of reliability for this versatile yacht:she is as capable of bluewater cruising as of competing in Antigua Race Week…

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