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|Location||New for delivery to UK, Med, Caribbean, United Kingdom|
|Tax Status||Tax Not Paid|
|Max Draft||2.95 m|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
Briand at his best, with CNB's know-how and, the CNB 66 provides plenty of space, excellent voyaging capabilities and first class elegance, all within a manageable 20 metres. She is an ideal vessel for couples and families alike, and already as popular in the big yacht charter market as she is in the elite of performance cruiser regattas. The hull is designed for speed, making for quick passages, whilst the vertical stem, aft chine and good weight distribution makes the 66 easy to manoeuvre and a joy to helm. Down below, Jean-Marc Paiton has once again created a bright and airy space that is not only luxurious, but superbly practical too. The 270 degree panoramic windows and in hull glazing reveal incredible vistas over the ocean and a magical brightness throughout this spacious interior
LOA: 20,61 m 67.61 ft
Hull Length 19,86 m 62.20 ft
Length w/ bowsprit 21,36 m 70.07 ft
LWL 18,45 m 60.53 ft
Max Beam 5,51 m 18.07 ft
Draft (standard keel) 2,95 m 9.67 ft
Displacement (Light) 31,100 kg 68,500 lb
Ballast (standard keel) 9,350 kg 20,600 lb
Fresh Water 1,000 litres 132 gallons
Fuel 1,200 litres 158 gallons
The low profile pilothouse, off center companionway, large cockpit with twin wheels, twin rudders, plumb stem, and powerful hull with chine all reflect the Phillipe Briand and CNB heritage.
Built with the exacting process and tolerances of CNB's world class standards the 66 is configured for owners who do not want to sail with professional crew. The CNB 66 is a semi-custom build with a multitude of options available to allow you to configure the boat so it best suits you and your family.
The yacht features flush teak decks, only one 12 cm step from the cockpit to the weather decks, gel coat finish topsides and house, flush deck hatches, large hull portlights, large sail locker that can be converted to a crew cabin.
Standard Option 1
Cast Iron "L" shaped Lead Bulb and steel fin "T" shaped
Draft - 2.95 m Draft - 2.40 m
Ballast - 9,35 tons Ballast - 9,80 tons
Option 2 Option 3
Lead Bulb and steel fin "T" shaped Lead Bulb and cast iron fin "T" shaped
Draft - 2.95 m Draft - 3.50 m
Ballast - 7,9 tons Ballast - 7,1 tons
Volvo Penta D4-180hp @ 2800 rpm
4 blade 635 mm diameter feathering bronze propeller
F16PH 50 mm stainless steel shaft
Hydrolube non-metallic cutlass bearings (x2)
Engine controls at Starboard Helm
Bow thruster in tunnel
Service Battery Bank 420 A/h 24V Gel batteries
Start Batteries 12v x2 one for engine one for generator
Battery Charger Victron 24V - 100 A/h
Inverter Victron 3000 Watt
Generator - Cummins 13.5 kW
Water 1000 litres in two tanks
Fuel 1200 litres in two tanks
Aluminum mast and boom by Sparcraft,
Dyform stainless standing rigging, aluminum spreaders
Manual headsail furler
Self tacking jib track
Harken 26mm switch Battcar system
I - 25.00 m
J - 7.67 m
P - 24.13 m
E - 7.80 m
LP - 110% 8.30 m
Mainsail - 112 m²
Blade Jib - 103 m²
Asymetrical Spinnaker - 330 m²
Code 5 Spinnaker - 250 m²
Code 0 - 155 m²
Upwind Sail Area - 215 m²
Downwind Sail Area - 440 m²
CARBON SPARS OPTION (Performance option)
Hall Spars - Standard Modulus Carbon spar and spreaders with clear coat finish
Nitronic rod rigging
Harken 26mm switch Battcar system
V boom with hydraulic outhaul
I - 26.15 m
J - 7.67 m
P - 25.65 m
E - 8.00 m
LP - 110% 8.30 m
Mainsail - 120 m²
Blade Jib - 107 m²
Asymetrical Spinnaker - 355 m²
Code 5 Spinnaker - 270 m²
Code 0 - 165 m²
Upwind Sail Area - 227 m²
Downwind Sail Area - 475 m²
MAINSAIL HANDLING OPTIONS
Slab reefing with Harken switch car system
In-Mast hydraulic furler with hydraulic outhaul
In-boom furling with Hall Carbon V-boom
HEADSAIL FURLING OPTIONS
Electric headsail furler
Staysail rigged on fix stay with running backstays with either a manual or electric furler
HATCHES , PORTLIGHTS, WINDOWS
Eight (8) opening flush tinted acrylic deck hatches in the foredeck
Two (2) opening flush tinted acrylic deck hatches in the coach roof
Two (2) opening hatches in the cockpit
Two (2) opening portlights for the galley
Eight (8) fixed portlights 700 mm x 250 mm
Two (2) fixed portlights 900 mm x 250 mm
Eleven (11) linear meters of windows in pilothouse
Teak covered deck hatches for windlass access and lazarette access x 2
Primary winches - Harken ST 70 Performa
Secondary winches - Harken ST 60 Performa
Mainsheet winch - Harken ST 60 Performa
Halyard/Reef line winches - Harken ST 60 Performa
Option to upgrade all winches to Electric
Navtec multi-function hydraulic panel
Hydraulic boom vang, backstay cylinders, transom hatch
TWIN HELM STATIONS
Composite steering wheels lacquered in black (options for carbon & teak or all carbon wheels)
Composite pod with compass
Sprayhood at companionway
Large hatch door opens for access to the tender garage and to create an expansive swim platform (2,90 x 1,30 meters) , integrated foldable stairs for cockpit access, detachable swim ladder and access to 3.2m tender storage
Gangway hatch to port (hydraulically deployed gangway or carbon fibre folding gangway are Optional)
Engine exhaust and shorepower connection behind louvers to starboard
The tender garage is a waterproof monocoque constructed box with no penetrations. So there is no chance of water from the garage entering the boat.
40 kg CQR anchor with 100 meters of 12mm galvanized chain
Anchor roller integrated in fixed bowsprit
Windlass control in sail locker
Miele induction cooking hob
Miele Oven/Microwave combined
Vitrifrigo 157 liter refrigerator and 75 liter freezer
Stainless steel sink w/ tap
The CNB 66 is a semi-custom yacht and it is here in the interior where you can build a boat best suited to you and your family.
Choose from three interior finishes
Would you like to turn one cabin into an office? You can.
Would like to change one of the four bathrooms into a walk-in wardrobe? You can.
Would you like to convert the large port cabin in a game room for the kids? You can.
CNB and Ancasta look forward to working with you to create the right boat for you.
4 cabin, 4 heads, Owner's cabin forward, galley aft, fixed port lights in all cabins with two meter headroom throughout.
The stylish, contemporary interior is finished in "Levanter Ambience" - walnut wood with an open pore finish, light oak floorboards, white overhead and ceiling panels.
Saloon cushions in Trojan water repellent fabric
Full width Owner's Cabin forward with double berth off centreline to port, to starboard settee and desk with large hanging locker on aft bulkhead.
Forward of the cabin is a full width head with separate shower stall, toilet, vanity, mirror and lockers.
Aft of the owner's cabin are two guest cabins.
Port cabin features a double berth with the berth side cabinet inboard. There is a hanging locker inboard. Forward of the cabin is the ensuite head with shower, vanity, toilet and storage.
The Starboard Guest cabin features upper and lower berths, with hanging locker inboard. Forward of the cabin is the ensuite head with shower, vanity, toilet and storage.
The heart of the interior is the spacious, light filled, clean contemporary saloon. The panoramic views from the pilothouse windows combined with the large portlights in the hull ensure uninterrupted views of the anchorage. To port is an L shaped settee wrapping around two sides of the table that comfortably seats eight. Aft of the dining table is the bar & navigation area. To starboard is an innovative and comfortable modular settee when fully assembled creates an expansive sofa. Two of the modular "benches" within the settee can be slid across the saloon floor to become seats at the table.
Aft of the saloon and down two steps is the modern galley to port, open to the saloon with access to the cockpit as well. The galley features Miele and Vitrifrigo appliances, double bowl stainless steel sink, Corian© counter tops, 12 cupboards and three drawers.
To starboard is the fourth cabin with a double berth, hanging locker on the centreline and ensuite head with separate shower stall, vanity, lockers and toilet.