Built for an international clientele, CLX96 combines an array of features that are perfectly suited for the American market that she is making her way to.
Adorned with a sporty, rugged exterior, penned by Milan-based designer Jozeph Forakis, the first SAV’s design is inspired from workboats: boasting a two-level deckhouse and inverted windshield to withstand rough weather, a trait often seen on trade carrying vessels. The design has also been carefully created to keep the interior spaces cool through a reduction in overhanging glass: often causing a warming greenhouse effect.
Having received a number of awards for her rugged design and impressive features, even before her launch in December last year, CLX96 marks a significant milestone for the family-owned American yard as its first 'modern explorer' Sea Activity Vessel.
A combination of speed, long range performance and comfort make this vessel the perfect adventure yacht for her new owner. An expansive interior volume and spacious sun decks offer a luxurious sense of entertainment space onboard, whilst several private areas offer a chance to retreat in peace.
CLX96 has a maximum speed of 24-25 knots at full load which will be put to the test during her sea trials in Florida this summer, where a select group of potential owners will be onboard. She will make her debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year: expected to impress her new American audience.
We look forward to bringing readers more updates as this landmark project nears her final completion.