CNB Yachts 76

AU $4,500,000 Finance
76' - 23.16m
Cruising, Racing
Vessel Location
Rushcutters Bay NSW Insurance
Launch Year
Hull Material

Charlotte is a superb CNB 76 (hull number 6) launched in April 2015. She has always been professionally maintained by full time crew and is based in Sydney, Australia.
Her owner's enjoyed cruising the Mediterranean prior to shipping the boat back to Australia in late 2015, and since then they have done a lot of local cruising including Tasmania, New Zealand and Pacific.
Further to all her extensive cruising, Charlotte has successfully completed two Sydney-Hobart Races, Hamilton Island Race Weeks and charity events on Sydney harbour, proving that this 76 footer is a great all-rounder and perfectly race and Ocean ready for her next adventurous owner.
CNB set out to create a safe and fast yacht allowing the owner to sail large distances in ease.
Onboard the CNB 76 is a real luxury yacht with excellent finishes, high quality equipment and ease of handling.

AU $4,500,000    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Charlotte II
Boat Reference
Launch Year
76' - 23.16m
6.1 m
3 m
45,000 Kg
Keel / Ballast
Steel fin and lead bulb which reduces overall displacement by 2.9T from standard keel
Vessel Location
Rushcutters Bay Nsw
New South Wales
Phillipe Briand
Hull Material
Decks Material
Vinyl ester composite laid with teak
Volvo D5-225Hp upgraded from standard 180hp engine
Engine Make
Fuel Type
Varifold 4 blade folding propeller with rope cutter
Side Power, electric/ retracting thrusters with dedicated battery banks
Onan 17.5 Kw/h diesel generator
1500 L
CNB designed the 76 to perfectly accommodate the Williams 385 Jet Tender. The tender has suitable safety gear, water ski pole etc.
Charlotte's interior accommodation is open and full of natural light.
The interior finish is known as "Mauka Ambience" from the CNB factory. It's a mix of European Oak timbers and satin varnish. There are 4 guest cabins with owner's cabin forward, two guest cabins amidships and comfortable aft cabin that can be set up as another guest cabin or for crew.
Charlotte also features a 5th crew cabin in the forepeak.
Owners Cabin:
The owners cabin forward is full beam with large hull windows and a walk around double bed facing forwards. The cabin also features large Ensuite, TV, Sonos sound system, safe and air conditioning.

Midships Guest Cabins:
There are two cabins on either side of the centreline passageway. These are very good "sea" berths as they are close to the middle of the boat and well set up for sleeping at sea.
The Starboard cabin is twin bunk beds and the lower bunk can be extended all the way to the bulkhead to create a double. This cabin features an ensuite which doubles as a day head with access from the passageway.

Aft Cabin:
The aft cabin is located of the galley and is designed as either an additional guest cabin, or crew cabin depending on usage of the boat.

Crew Cabin Forward:
There is a 5th cabin for crew of over-flow in the forepeak with two bunks.
The galley on the CNB 76 is aft of the main saloon and it creates a very private area for food preparation and for crew when onboard. The galley is spacious, ergonomic, has excellent storage and ventilation and runs parallel to the centreline making it an ideal galley for use at sea.
The "Island" bench has two fixed stools on the inboard side that are perfect for a coffee or chat with the chef.
Upright domestic fridge/ freezer with additional 130L Webasto Fridge
Gimballing Cooktop and oven with custom Stainless-Steel pot rack on stove top
Ground Tackle
Charlotte has a custom, fixed Bowsprit with removable Bobstay incorporated around the factory fitted fixed Stainless-Steel anchor arm. The anchor is a 55kDeltaStainless Steel anchor with 120m anchor chain, electric windlass with remote and deck wash (fresh/ salt water).
Safety Gear
Safety gear to be audited, but boat is set up for Cat 1 Ocean safety, and MCA approved for commercial operation in Europe. 2 x 8 man liferafts, EPIRB, MOM man over board module, Electric and manual bilge pumps.
Charlotte has a 24V electrical system fitted with includes the house battery bank of 840Ah Gel Cell batteries, separate engine and genset starting batteries and standalone bow and stern thruster batteries.
Charging via alternators on main engine plus 2 x upgraded 24 V-100 A/h battery chargers (standard are 60A/h.
Dual shore power cables provide suitable 220V AC power whilst ashore for charging, onboard
systems, and air conditioning. Whilst at sea a 4,500w 24/200v inverter or Generator is used. All 220V outlets in the boat are converted to Australian standard GPO.
CNB install an effective yet simple monitoring system for electrical system, tanks etc.
Electronics / Navigation
Charlotte is fitted with a Raymarine Electronics package which includes:
- Raymarine GS 165 chart plotter at chart table
- Raymarine E 95 chart plotter at each helm station
- Raymarine i70 multifunction display at each helm station
- Raymarine p70 autopilot control unit at each helm station and at Chart table
- Additional A65 display in galley/ crew area
- AIS 650, GPS, wind and speed/ depth/ temp sensors, Gyro compass etc
- Radar 48 NM 4KW mounted on spreader

VHF double handset, 4G internet and Sailor 150 FBB Satcom with phone handset.
Onboard WiFi for connection to either internet source.
Sail Inventory
Latest working sails are Doyle, fitted in 2019. All previous sails are North Sails. Inventory as
follows. Condition and supply of original sails TBC:
- Doyle Mainsail 3-reef
- North Mainsail 3-reef
- Doyle Furling Headsail
- North Furling Headsail
- Doyle Furling Staysail
- North Furling Staysail
- North Furling Code Zero
- North A3 cruising/ heavy air spinnaker
- North A2 Running spinnaker
- Storm sails
Mast / Rigging
Charlotte has a Hall Spars Carbon mast that is Deck Stepped, has three sets of aft-swept spreaders and rod rigging. The twin forestays creating a cutter rig (Headsail and Staysail) are fitted with Reckmann Hydraulic furlers. The V- boom is also from Hall Spars and both are finished in clear carbon and lacquered. Other Navtec sailing functions are controlled via the panel in the cockpit. Sailing functions are: - Vang - Outhaul - Headsail halyard tensioner - Staysail halyard tensioner.
Deck Gear
The central guest cockpit has excellent protection from the elements including spray dodger and bimini with side curtains.
The cockpit also features comfortable seating areas with large dining table that is electrically
adjustable, drinks fridge and storage areas. Cockpit cushions included.
Charlotte has a teak laid deck, flush deck hatches and high-quality deck fittings throughout.
The sailing hardware is all Harken, including the upgraded electric winches as follows:
- 4 x Harken Performa ST70's at Mast base for halyards etc. 3 x Electric, 1 x 3-speed
- 2 x Harken Performa ST 80 electric primaries
- 2 x Harken Performa ST 70 electric secondary winches
- 1 x Harken Performa ST 70 Mainsheet winch on island
- Custom remote control for electric winches
- Winch buttons located suitably in the cockpit
The helm stations on the aft deck are very ergonomic and have comfortable helm seats and pedestals for when standing up to helm. Both stations feature engine and thruster controls.
Other: Covers, mooring equipment, inflatable fenders, galley goods, glasses, crockery/ cutlery, bedding, fixed bimini frame.

Vicsail Pty Ltd
D'Albora Marina
New beach Road
City / Suburb
Rushcutters Bay

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