„We designed the hull with the triple objective of increasing the CNB 66’s volume, performance and seaworthiness. It will be capable of sailing far afield, while still able to be handled by a couple“
Philippe Briand, Naval Architect der CNB 66
The amazing success of the CNB 76 (up until now, 28 have been sold!) inevitably led to the development of a smaller sister, the CNB 66!
Throughout the whole construction process, the goal was to fit the special features of the CNB 76 – such as 4 cabins, deck salon, big tender garage – into such a handy size that it could also be sailed as a family yacht, without crew.
Behind the flowing, well proportioned silhouette of the CNB 66 lies a unique volume, which is put to use formidably thanks to the know-how of CNB. Outside as well as inside, elegance and simplicity fuse to a harmonic whole, owing to the optimal integration of the furnishings and the superstructures.
The CNB 66 comes with four cabins, among which the generous owner’s cabin in the bow, two midship guest cabins and one astern cabin, which could be used as a comfortable guest cabin as well as for a potential crew aboard. The saloon, flooded with light thanks to its panoramic layout, captivates with its grandeur. The semi-integrated pantry with a bar as room divider between the kitchen and the salon is functional as well as harmonic!
Architect: Philippe Briand
Interior design: Jean-Marc Piaton und Rafael Bonet
Length: 20,61 m
Beam: 5,51 m
Water draught: 2,95 m
Clearance height: 28,76 m
Water capacity: 1000 liter
Fuel capacity: 1300 liter