CNB

66

“WE DESIGNED THE HULL WITH THE TRIPLE OBJECTIVE OF INCREASING THE VOLUME, PERFORMANCE AND SEAWORTHINESS OF THE CNB 66. THIS YACHT WILL BE ABLE TO GUARANTEE LONG DISTANCES, EVEN WITH A REDUCED CREW OF TWO PEOPLE.”

PHILIPPE BRIAND,
NAVAL ARCHITECT
OF THE CNB 66

CNB 66

BORN TO MAKE YOU FEEL A FAMILY ATMOSPHERE IN HARMONY WITH THE SEA.

With its welcoming family atmosphere, the CNB 66 has been designed to be the biggest sailboat that can be handled by a family crew. It can be equipped with a hydraulic furling boom, developed through an exclusive collaboration project with Hall Spars.
Endowed with a carbon bowsprit, its elegant silhouette encloses precious volumes put to best use by our know-how.

Externally, the two areas, for relaxation and manoeuvring, are clearly separate. As on one-off models, we made every effort to minimise differences in levels everywhere to facilitate movement without undermining safety. And furthermore, what sailboat this size can boast a tender garage that enables a 3.25 m tender to be boarded in less than a minute?
Undoubtedly, the CNB 66 redefines the range of possibilities for a 20 m (66 ft) yacht. It is no surprise that even before its launch, seven owners from Europe, Australia and Mexico decided to trust us.

Specification

Architect

Philippe Briand

Interior design

Jean-Marc Piaton e Rafael Bonet

Lenght

20,61 m / 67’61’’

Beam

5,51 m / 18.07’

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The arrangement of the maneuvering gears makes it possible to handle the boat with a small crew.

The maneuvers are so well organized they create a balanced conditions on board in all sea conditions.

The interior space is distributed so as to separate the crew cabin from the owner’s zone.

The interior accommodates 3 cabins in the forward area, including a spacious owner’s cabin. The aft area, dedicated to the crew, has direct access to the galley. The saloon is raised to make room for a central engine room, and commands a wide view of the exterior.

Each and every detail has been conceived and positioned for use at sea.

The photos show how each component is in the right place. The longitudinal tender garage is the ideal solution providing easy access to the sea.