CNB 66 Yacht by CNB Philippines
Announced in 2017 on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of CNB or Construction Navale Bordeaux, the CNB 66 is the spiritual successor of iconic CNB boat models like the Bordeaux 60 and the CNB 76, with whom she shares some of the signature design elements implemented by the celebrated naval architect Philippe Briand.
The 20.61-meter-long CNB 66 sits comfortably at the intersection of premium performance, seaworthiness, and generous volumes. While her graceful exterior—highlighted by flowing and well-proportioned lines—initially conceals her delightfully expansive interior, one would soon realize that she doesn’t want for space. Indeed, with her exceptional volume, she’s the perfect vessel for hosting big groups who desire a remarkable life at sea.
Meant to be the largest watercraft of her kind that could be handled by a family, she’s capable of sailing far afield while still being easy enough for a family or a group of friends to control without the need to hire for a paid crew. You, too, can experience this exceptional performance and handling when you get the CNB 66 Yacht from Europa Yachts, the Philippines’ premier yachting authority.
The CNB 66 Exterior
The intention to create CNB 66 as a yacht that optimizes volume, seaworthiness, and performance is made most apparent in her hull lines. Naval architect Philippe Briand—a long-time collaborator with Construction Navale Bordeaux—made sure to incorporate design elements like the beam, the aft chine, and the vertical stern, which all work together to make the abovementioned goals possible.
On deck, the CNB 66 presents an outstanding layout that addresses a bevy of needs at sea. All at once, she is easy to maneuver, secure for both crew and passengers, and excellent in terms of amenities for relaxation and providing access to the sea. Her carbon bowsprit, also a modern signature of other CNB vessels, offers a range of functionalities, while her self-tacking staysail ensures that even a shorthanded crew can easily change the boat’s course when needed.
In terms of outdoor living amenities, the CNB 66 doesn’t disappoint. Her spacious outdoor saloon can comfortably sit a large family, and the large modular dining table in the middle can be quickly converted to a coffee table or a sunpad, depending on your current needs. Aft of the boat, there is a wide and practical transom that allows passengers easy access either to a tender vessel or to the sea, should they desire to go swimming, snorkeling, or diving.
The CNB 66 Interior
Aiming to create interiors that express a kind of elegance “à la Française,” the interior designers of the CNB 66—lead by Jean-Marc Piaton and Rafael Bonet—sought to produce an amalgamation of balance, symmetry, modesty, and refinement. They implemented this goal down to the smallest of details, which translated in an interior aesthetics that is not only light, comfortable, and graceful, but also innovative and conducive to a shared life on board. In short, the vessel is perfect for families who have always dreamed of a liveaboard life.
The CNB 66’s indoor saloon is filled with light, thanks to her large windows that likewise provide 360-degree panoramic views of the ocean. This hub of family activities is furnished with a 3-meter-long sofa to the boat’s starboard side, plush benches, and a massive adaptable dining table that can be transformed to a more modest coffee table. Directly connected to her saloon is the CNB 66’s practical and well-ventilated galley, which is equipped with modern kitchen facilities and ample storage amenities. It is quite simply the perfect balance of functionality and exquisite design.
When it’s time to retire at the end of a long day, you’ll find the CNB 66 to be well-appointed and well-endowed with berthing amenities. The owner’s cabin, in particular, has a comfortable bed that is non-centered for better intimacy. And with its en suite bathroom and ingenious layout that allows for optimum storage capacity, this room is certainly designed to make you feel at home. The three other cabins on board—on one the port side, one on the starboard side, and one aft of the starboard side—all provide similar comfort and style.
Discover the CNB 66 Yacht in the Philippines
Without a doubt, the CNB 66 is a watercraft that redefines what is possible with a 20-meter yacht. The largest sailing yacht made for families certainly ticks many boxes for potential owners, from its superb interior volumes and congenial deck plan to its easy handling and luxurious amenities.
You, too, can explore the endless possibilities to be had when you bring the CNB 66 to Philippine waters. Call Europa Yachts now at (+63-2) 8553 2027 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.