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Built by the French shipyard CMN Yacht Division in 1993, the classic timeless
exterior design of the 42 M schooner comes from the drawing boards of naval
architect Marc Lombard.

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CMN 42 M

Built by the French shipyard CMN Yacht Division in 1993, the classic timeless
exterior design of the 42 M schooner comes from the drawing boards of naval
architect Marc Lombard. Her sophisticated and comfortable interior design comes
from Couëdel Hugon Design, who has created a warm and welcome atmosphere
throughout
On board she accommodates up to eight guests over four cabins, consisting of a
master suite and three twin cabins. A wide range of tenders and water toys are
available on board, including wake boards, water skis, paddle board and fishing
gear, guaranteed to provide fun and entertainment for every taste. Powered by one
Volvo TAM74 engine, she has a cruising speed of 9 knots.
The 42 M CMN Schooner underwent her last significant refit just two years ago,
leaving her in fantastic condition.
This remarkable three mastered schooner underwent a complete refit in 2005 and
CMN Yachts have fitted her out for some serious and fast cruising. CMN are
renowned for their strong composite hulls, used by the military, demonstrating her
longevity and quality build.
CMN 42 M Schooner sawing yacht’s interior refit by Couëdel Hugon Design and
exterior by Mark Lombard took 2 years to complete, undergoing a complete
transformation into a luxury, high-performance vessel of the very best pedigree.
Couëdel Hugon designed the interior fittings and deck space to restore her strong
sailboat identity by creating a contemporary, sober and pure design.
CMN 42 M sleeps 8-10 guests in 4 rooms, with two pullman beds and includes a
movie server and audio throughout the yacht. CMN 42 Schooner Sailing yacht has
been refitted again more recently in 2014 with various upgrades and total repaint.
The yacht is MCA compliant.

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