Luxurious, spacious cruiser built by CNB/Construction Navale Bordeaux in France. Modern, elegant design by Philippe Briand with wide stern, chines, two rudder blades and vertical bow. The deck saloon ends behind the mast and the foredeck is completely flush. This gives the CNB 66 her sleek profile and elegant appearance. With the large, longitudinal tender garage, the fantastic, bright deck saloon, the clever four-cabin layout with owner's cabin forward and galley to port aft and the spacious asymmetrical cockpit, this model downscales the luxury of her larger sister CNB 76 to the 60 foot class. Interior design: Jean-Marc Piaton/Rafaël Bonet.
Virtually new, very little used owner's vessel built in 2021. The yacht emphasises the sportive character of the CNB 66 with a HALL-Spars carbon fibre mast, an exclusive sail wardrobe by INCIDENCES and the optional performance keel with steel fin and lead bulb (draft: 2.95 m). When specifying the yacht, emphasis was placed on easy handling: Hydraulic furling boom, bow and stern thrusters as well as electric furling systems for both headsails make the yacht suitable for family cruising. The optional rosewood interior contrasts beautifully with the light surfaces of the wall panelling and the white-covered ceiling panels. In addition to the very complete ex-yard specification, this CNB 66 has an extensive inventory of equipment, accessories, safety equipment, parts, tools, etc. The yacht is on French leasing and the contract can be taken over.