The CXL is the first sailing trimaran of this size to be equipped with folding hull beams. The overall width ranges from 23m in sailing configuration to 11m in harbour configuration.
The CXL is a tri-deck sloop rigged trimaran, whose design exceeds present superyacht standards. Equipped with all the amenities of a motor yacht with the performance and sensations of a fast sailing yacht, she is capable of exceptional speeds under power as well as high speed long range cruising.
Her stability is such that at anchor there is little rolling, and underway heeling has been kept to a minimum even in rough conditions due to the designs of the trimaran’s long narrow hulls. The shallow draft enables anchoring and accessible cruising close to shore and in shallow waters. Likewise, the CXL offers a unique system to reduce her beam in order to enable docking in most marinas.
The CXL, with a length of 48m, a deployed beam of 22m, a mast measuring 55m in height and an overall weight of 90 tons, is an outstanding yacht in every respect and one of the most refined and beautifully appointed sailing vessels.
The yacht is eco-friendly studied with the use of last technology solar panels in conjunction with the last generation of batteries. In addition, optional Hybrid propulsion system puts this yacht in the same category as those with the lowest emission in the industry. In addition the yacht will be built following the requirements of “Wood for Ever” foundation under the patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 48.0 m
Beam: 11.0 m
Minimum Draft: 1.80 m
Engine/Fuel Type: Other
Number of double berths: 4
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The luminous interior design created by Coste Design & Partners alongside Ultra Luxum’s owner, Jessica Sbaraglia, reflects the modernity of the yacht. Interior accommodation and décor are designed and built to the highest standards in comfort and luxury using lightweight materials and state of the art craftsmanship. The yacht is equipped with ultra modern domotic control and high-end entertainment system including flat screen TV, audio and video on demand and high speed internet access.
Interior accommodation includes:
1 owner cabin + suite bathroom 3 guest cabins + bathroom 1 crew cabin + bathroom 1 lounge area 1 dining area 1 galley 1 Navigation station
The entire layout is conceived to make the boat suitable for either commercial or private use.
The CXL is constructed with high tech composite materials for their lightweight and strength. The construction process combines the infusion of epoxy resin / carbon fibre and PU foam core. The project is then subdivided into smaller individual modules while the folding carbon fibre beams bond the main hull with the two symmetrical external hulls into a single piece.
All structural elements (bulkheads, frames, roof and floors) are carefully integrated with the interior.
During construction, the vessel’s weight is continuously monitored and compared with studied estimates. Each separate structural component must be approved by laboratory testing.
The yacht is built in weather protected and temperature controlled construction hall, in accordance with the rules of Bureau Veritas (BV). Weight, quality of finish, solidity, resistance to ageing and simplicity of maintenance are all determining factors in the choice of materials and construction methods.
The outstanding CXL exterior lines are the result of hydro & aerodynamic research, speed, performance, comfort, ergonomics, interior layout, safety.
The exterior aft salon provides shaded lounging with unobstructed panoramic views and is separated from the large interior salon by a sliding door. The aft stairs pertaining the hull lead to Lazarette compartments and down to the transom where the scuba diving equipment and other water toys are stored. Direct access to the water is given via a swim ladder.
From the aft deck one accesses the fly-bridge via a comfortable stairway. The two helm stations and rigging equipment are located to port and starboard for ultimate control and ease of handling. Vast sun-bathing areas are found on either side of the Jacuzzi and mid-ship is a dining area with sofa where guests can sit back and take in the spectacular views.
All anchoring and running rigging have been incorporated seamlessly into the deck’s layout.
The CXL has a very simple and efficient sail plan with a full battened main sail and a furling self-tacking jib. A carbon furling boom take care of the main sail and a gennaker can be added to provide additional power in light wind conditions.
The CXL is equipped with a 55m, high modulus rotating carbon wing mast. The Kevlar standing rigging promotes simplicity, light weight, low drag and high efficiency. Mast and boom are studied using 3D technology and fine element analysis. The styled wing boom has passages on either side for easier ship handling.
Main Sail: 360 m² full battened Solent: 180 m² Gennaker: 380 m² Mast: 55m Rotating wing mast high modulus carbon fiber
Main Engines: Optional Hybrid system with electric engines Lithium/Ion batteries and Generators Maximum speed under power: 15 knots