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    62

    A worthy successor to the Bordeaux 60

     

    The CNB 62 is a perfect distillation of the CNB spirit. She is elegant, sea-worthy and will deliver high performance – she is designed to be manageable and satisfying. From the deck plan to the interior, the design and layout ensure she can be sailed by a couple but offers the space to invite friends and family. Pure pleasure.

    VINCENT ARNAUD

    We wanted to preserve the sea-keeping qualities that make CNB Yachts’ reputation by developing a balanced and powerful hull combined with a sail plan that gets the best from the design. Featuring taut but generous lines, she will provide great interior comfort and, above all, pleasure at the helm.

    PHILIPPE BRIAND

    Technical specifications

    Naval Architect

    Philippe Briand

    Interior design

    Cabinet Piaton Yacht Design

    Length overall

    18,47 m

    L.W.L

    17,5 m

    Maximum beam

    5,30 m

    Standard cast iron keel

    2,95 m

    Optional weldox keel – lead bulb

    2,95 m

    Optional shoal draft weldox keel – lead bulb

    2,45 m

    Fresh water capacity

    800 litres

    Fuel capacity

    1000 litres

    Mainsail

    102 m2

    Furling genoa (108 %)

    94 m2

    Staysail

    44 m2

    Asymmetrical spinnaker

    320 m2

    E

    7,50 m

    I

    25,34 m

    J

    6,92 m

    P

    24,20 m

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    To explore distant horizons

    The CNB 62 is the ideal synthesis between the space and comfort of a CNB 66 with the ease of use of a CNB Bordeaux 60.
    The helm stations have been moved forward giving greater protection and are integrated with the relaxation and living areas. All sail controls are brought back to the helms and the carbon arch frees the cockpit from the mainsheet.

    The longitudinal annex garage is an integral part of the design, the door to which provides a wonderful bathing platform.
The interior design philosophy is focused on the owner with the master cabin forward – a concept directly inspired by our CNB 78. The saloon is open to the galley, which is centrally located, and the two large guest cabins are located aft and are accessed by a spacious entry.
This layout delivers CNB’s signature – a huge and luminous saloon as well as a very generous owner’s area. The guest suites are located aft helping to create a feeling of privacy for the owner.

    The interior

    The CNB 62 continues to assert the new CNB identity, with a layout plan and a style clearly different from other sailboats of this size.
Surprisingly spacious, very bright and functional, while retaining the French elegance of CNB, these characteristics will certainly make it a standout and noted model.

    JEAN-MARC PIATON

    Interior configuration

    A true three-cabin layout, the master occupies the entire area forward of the mast, freeing up unprecedented space for a 60 footer. An optional office can be integrated into the design of the owner’s suite. The kitchen being open to the saloon is both functional and sociable.

    The aft cabins are both en-suite and are accessed via a passageway preserving the privacy of guests. The beds in the port cabin are mounted on rails so they can be configured as a double berth or two singles.