Bordeaux 60

It brought CNB into the world of semi-custom boats. Halfway between a production boat and a one-off, the Bordeaux 60 has attracted a wide range of customers with its innovative design and the quality of its fittings. Since then, many shipyards have been inspired by its marine and elegant layout. It was also the precursor of the future CNB line designed by Philippe Briand, which combines a luminous saloon with a discreet roof.

VINCENT ARNAUD

Bordeaux 60

‘‘To carry its own comfort over the horizon…”

To achieve this aim we designed the Bordeaux 60’.
At a time when one is eager of everything, the serial Bordeaux 60’ brings the pleasure of superyacht. The central living area, located at the maximum beam in order to reduce the effect of pitching is very large (close to 5 m), raised and abundantly lit through the panoramic windows of the coachroof. Meeting point of life on board, it gives access to the owner’s cabin, aft or forward at choice, and to the aft cockpit.
The aft cockpit is well protected, and gives direct access to the sea by way of the opening transom which doubles as a door to the tender garage. Flush deck forward, high ratio rig, plumb stem, moderate displacement and waterline beam, reduced wetted surface of appendages are characteristic of performance. Aesthetics shows reality, as we wanted the Bordeaux 60’ to be a fast boat, to reach quickly beyond the horizon and foremost to bring pleasure when sailing her.

PHILIPPE BRIAND,
ARCHITECTE NAVAL

Interiors

The elegance, comfort and spaciousness of the salon and galley make them the living centre of the Bordeaux 60.
Various layout configurations, several wood finishes and a large choice of materials allow each owner to enjoy an interior to his exact taste.

The Bordeaux 60 is offered in 3, 4 or 5 cabin versions, with numerous accommodations possibilities: forward or aft owner’s cabin, central or lateral bed, skipper cabin or workshop forward … so that making your choice between the many possible combinations will probably be the most difficult thing, even with the help of our project team.

COUËDEL HUGON DESIGN

Technical specifications

Naval architect

Philippe Briand Yacht Design

Interior design

Couëdel Hugon Design

Length overall (with bow roller)

18,60 m / 61’

Length @ waterline

16,28 m / 53’5’’

Maximum beam

5,18 m / 17’

Fresh water capacity

1 000 litres / 264 US gal

Fuel capacity

930 litres / 246 US gal

Mainsail

95,00 m2 / 1022 sq.ft

Furling genoa (108 %)

85 m2 / 883915474 sq.ft

Asymmetrical spinnaker

256 m2 / 2756 sq.ft

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