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CMN Yachts • 2014 • 23.2m


$18,500/ week
Aerial shot of Cap II under sailA real beauty under sailMain Salon Starboard SideMain Salon Starboard Side another viewFormal Dining (Note-new blue cushions added 2014)Dining showing new blue cushionsForward Starboard Guest CabinForward Port Guest CabinTwo forward Cabins can also be opened up to one laGuest BathVery comfy cockpitTopside wood deckSpinaker SailingCap II - a stunning yacht in a gorgeous anchorageStern & Swim StepBreakfast FeastAerial view of a fun time aboard Cap II

The luxury charter yacht CAP II offers accommodation for 6 guests in 3 cabins consisting of a master located amidship with a double bed and bathroom facilities including a shower and lavatory. Further guest accommodation is also available in another 2 cabins.

CAP II also accommodates up to 3 crew on-board to ensure you have a relaxed luxurious charter experience and all of your needs are catered for while on board.

The specifications on board the beautifully built 76 ft / 23.2 m CMN Yachts launched in 1992 and later refit in 2014 include full air conditioning as well as an extensive list of amenities and toys.

Whether you should choose to charter in the Caribbean or East Coast United States the luxury charter yacht CAP II and her crew of 3 will be sure to satisfy all of your needs and make sure you enjoy your experience.


Windward Islands
Leeward Islands
East Coast United States
Florida - East Coast


  • BBQ
  • Deck shower
  • Ice maker
  • Special diets
  • Swim platform



Keith Chipping

Keith Chipping

It took Keith working as a school teacher to learn the lesson that the call of the sea had a far greater appeal than the call of the classroom. Having a long standing interest in history and current affairs had led Keith into academic study that culminated in teacher training and work in English high schools trying to impart this passion on our future generations. Then sailing was discovered, along with the realization that his own passion for teaching was not as powerful as his passion for sailing. It was sailing in its purist form that led to this conversion – that is, dinghy sailing. Instead of extolling the virtues of political participation Keith found himself, instead, describing the combination of art, science and physical endeavor which is needed to make a machine move through the water to the point where it only seemed sensible that he leave behind an established profession and move into the little known world of ‘professional yachting’. Keith added to his Dinghy Instructor qualifications with a Yacht Master ticket and has since worked on a range of boats from racing yachts to even a motorboat, when needs called. He worked a complete season as a flotilla skipper in Greece and then went on to work as a delivery skipper taking newly built yachts from France to Greece and Turkey. A transatlantic crossing on a 36’ catamaran brought him to America and then the Caribbean. Keith joined CAP II after working on a well-known race boat that spends part of the year in the Caribbean. It was during this period that he met Dina, whose calm demeanor wasn’t even rattled cooking for, and sharing a boat with, 18 sweaty ocean racers for a week. This composure was invaluable as Keith and Dina took over CAP II and led her through an extensive refit in Trinidad that has restored her back to the splendor that such an elegant boat deserves.


  • Yacht name

    CAP II

  • Length

    23.2m / 76ft

  • Beam

    6.1m / 20'0

  • Draft

    2.5m / 8'2

  • Speed (cruising)

    18kph / 9.7kn

  • Speed (max)

    18kph / 9.7kn

  • Range (cruising)

    1852km / 1000nm

  • Engine


  • Hull


  • Stabilizers


  • Flag

    United States

  • Launched


  • Refitted


  • Builder

    CMN Yachts

  • Designer

    Philip Briand


East Coast United States

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