CMN NAVAL’s products range from 15-meter high-speed interceptors to frigates of over 130 meters.
In the last eight decades, CMN NAVAL has delivered more than 3,500 vessels and supported 48 navies around the world.
We are combining the group’s proven shipbuilding technologies with innovation to continuously push the boundaries of shipbuilding and to lead the world of shipbuilding for generations to come shipbuilder.
The group comprises modern facilities and shipyards across Europe with locations in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
The high-speed interceptor vessels are designed and built to support a wide range of missions conducted by naval and special operations forces. The vessels are designed to conduct sea strike operations, SAR, maritime security, sea safety, convoy protection, sea policing, anti-piracy, protection of vulnerable vessels and offshore installations, and control illegal immigration, trafficking and smuggling.
The OCEAN EAGLE 43 is an ocean patrol trimaran combining a slender hull with two small floats that provide the required platform stability.
This combination reduces fuel expenditure and increases speed and autonomy while ensuring a good level of comfort even in moderate to rough sea conditions.
The Ocean Eagle 43 MH is the mine hunting version of the Ocean Eagle 43.
The HSAB 32 is part of the CMN’s Sea Proven High–Speed Interceptor Family. She is designed as a high-speed stealth craft, able to perform the tasks required of a High–Speed Assault Boat mission profile.
The missions include maritime police and security operations, power projection, general assault operations, surveillance and reconnaissance, support to naval special operation forces, and anti-piracy and terrorism.
The Baynunah and C92 corvettes are ocean-capable vessels used for missions such as anti-piracy, sea control and denial, combat, counterterrorism, drug interdiction and anti-smuggling operations, oil and gas platform protection, search and rescue, fisheries protection, environmental protection, and humanitarian support.
CMN NAVAL has built some of the world’s largest and most iconic superyachts.