• The new CNB 66

    The huge success of the CNB 76 (as of now, 20 units sold!) led, of course, to the development of a little sister. And so, the new CNB 66 is coming next spring!


    The goal during the development was to get all the best parts of the CNB 76 (e.g. 4 cabins, deck saloon, big tender garage, the harmonic lines,...)  into such a handy size that it would be possible to sail the CNB 66 as a family yacht – without a crew!


    The CNB 66’s flowing and well-proportioned lines conceal exceptional volume, exploited with all CNB’s expertise. In and out, elegance combines with simplicity through maximum integration of equipment and fittings.

    The CNB 66 has 4 cabins, including an owner's suite at the bow, and a more secluded cabin aft can be used for crew, guests or casual crew.

    The central area, with the bar linking the saloon and the separate galley, is particularly large. It is bathed in light by virtue of its panoramic roof glazing.

    CNB 66

    • Pictures

    • Technical Data

      Length overall (with anchor davit)

      Length overall (with bowsprit)


      Maximum beam


      Light displacement MSC (approx.)

      Standard keel (approx.)

      Air draught (excluding aerials)

      Full batten mainsail (approx.)

      Furling Genoa (approx.)

      Gennaker or Code 5

      Main EngineVOLVO

      Fresh water capacity

      Fuel capacity

      Garage for a 3,25 m tender (with engine)


      20,61 m / 67.61’

      21,36 m / 70.07’

      18,45 m / 60.53’

      5,51 m / 18.07’

      2,95 m / 9.67’

      31 100 kg / 68,563 lb

      9 350 kg / 20,613 lb

      28,76 m / 94.35’

      112 m2 / 1,205 ft2

      103 m2 / 1,108 ft2

      250 m2 / 2,690 ft2

      VOLVO D4 180 HP @ 2800 rpm

      2 x 500 l / 132 gal

      2 x 600 l / 158 gal



  • The new CNB 94

    Whoever might think that the CNB-design office was able to rest on their laurels after the great success of the CNB 76, will be proven completely wrong. On the contrary, the excellent response to the intelligent concept, the elegant lines, the high performance and the enormous tender garage as well as the attractive price soon led to a new task for Philippe Briand and the CNB-development team: developing a big sister for the CNB 76. And so we are excited to present you the newest project of the CNB-semi-custom-family at the BOOT 2018: the new CNB 94!


    This yacht will surely find its owners thanks to the great concept, the fantastic lines, the huge space available with – depending on the version – three to five guest- and two crew-cabins and many other special features. We will gladly inform you about the details!

    CNB 94