|Once you have crossed the boat's large cockpit, the CNB 76 magic works when you enter the salon: the panoramic view from inside is surprising for a yacht with such fluid, elegant exterior hull and cabintop lines. Thank you, Philippe Briand!
The accommodations, by interior designer Jean Marc Piaton are stylish, comfortable and functional. The double aft cabin and the galley will welcome extremely comfortably a professional crew whose presence will not intrude on the owner's and guests' privacy.
A yacht built for owners, with an independent crew area, luxurious VIP cabins, a huge salon with panoramic view, and the possibility to modulate layouts in consideration of the sailing program and the persons to expected on board.
Separated from the maneuvering area, the forward part of the cockpit is welcoming, safe and comfortable. A large extending table offers two positions (dining or sunbathing) protected by a recessible Bimini, hidden in the roof.
Bright and modular, the saloon offers more than 2 metres headroom, and panoramic views on the horizon even when seated.
The deck, the hull and structural bulkheads are built in sandwich composite using the infusion technique, with carbon reinforcements in the most stressed areas and the hull bottom, makink the CNB 76 a safe and solid yacht. The weight distribution is optimized for a comfortable sailing even with heavy seas.
A very significant tooling investment has been made by CNB to optimize the CNB 76's building process, while providing a quality of construction above reproach.
The Philippe Briand designed hull is fast, powerful and secure. It's an ultra modern design with aft chines and a sharp, vertical bow. The fairly high freeboard of the CNB 76 also makes her a dry boat. Last but not least, the centering of the weights ensures a comfortable and fast ride in choppy seas.
The rather aft location of the mastgives the CNB 76 a large foretriangle which gives the self tacking staysail selection its full meaning and allows many foresails choices (genoa, Code 0, gennaker... ).
Three different mast types are available : standard, performance (carbonfibre spar) or for in mast furling. Each owner will find the best adapted combination to his/her sailing programme.
||76' 0" - 23.17m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Fin shaped keel|
||Rushcutters Bay NSW|
||New South Wales|
||Volvo 2015 180 HP|
||1500 l capacity|
||5 cabins, 3 double beds and 2 cabins with bulk beds|
||Direct access to the cockpit through an openinh hatch, saloon table adjustable both in size and in height,, the saloon sofa can be converted in two armchairs facing each other, dishwasher and washing machine optional|
||Fridge and freezer|
||Electric winches, oven, microwave|
|Helming positions with all on board electronics and engine controls with immediate reach(compasses on the columns)|
||Mainsail approx. 160m²/1722 sq ft
Furling Genoa Approx 144m²/1,550 sq ft
Staysail approx. 79m²/850 sq ft Asymmetrical Spinnaker approx 440m²/4,736 sq ft
Asymmetrical spinnaker optional approx 440 sq m
|Mast / Rigging
||Option of standard or carbon performance mast|
Separated from the maneuvering area, the forward part of the cockpit is welcoming, safe and comfortable. A large extending table offers two positions (dining or sunbathing) protected by a recessible bimini, hidden in the roof.