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CNB Yachts

The construction of CNB yachts is based on the incorporation of all the know-how within our boatbuilding yard located in Bordeaux on an outstanding site.From design to launch, the yard’s teams work with a constant concern for a job well done.Whether it is a sailing yacht or a motor-yacht, a one-off or a semi-custom, the yard adopt only seaworthy, durable and functional solutions. More than 30 years’ experience in the world of superyachts today enables the yard to identify the true needs and, by virtue of their dedicated teams, to provide a quality of service that is unrivalled throughout the world. 


CNB 66

The CNB 66 is described as the largest the French builder has available that’s intended for a family crew. It’s designed by Philippe Briand, with an interior by Jean-Marc Piaton and Rafael Bonet. It features twin wheels and rudders, a carbon-­fiber mast and sprit, and down below, four cabins set in a bright and airy interior.

The CNB 66 is an ideal vessel for couples and families alike. The hull is designed for speed, making for quick sea passages, whilst the vertical stem, aft chine and good weight distribution makes the 66 easy to manoeuvre and it is a joy to helm. Down below, Jean-Marc Paiton has, once again, created a bright and airy space that is not only luxurious, but practical too. The 270 degree panoramic windows and in hull glazing reveal incredible vistas over the ocean and the contemporary nautical style exudes grace and grandeur throughout.

CNB 76

With the 76, the CNB design team and yard set out to construct a luxury cruiser capable of navigating oceans. The key objectives of the finished product were style, performance, a deck-saloon, a proper crew area and a tender garage.  Designed from the outset to be operated by a small crew, she can also comfortably accommodate a couple of professional crew. Access to the galley and to a generous cabin by way of the cockpit affords the crew genuine privacy. Forward of the saloon, the owner has a true suite, which still leaves two very good cabins amidships for guests. This dual role is also reflected on deck: the massive guest cockpit is never obstructed by controls, which are sent back to the area around the helming stations, above the side-decks.


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