CNB 66

Design and functionality

The hull of the CNB 66 was designed with speed through the water as a priority, while retaining the offshore seakeeping qualities essential for long cruises and short-handed sailing. The vertical stem, aft chine, twin rudders and bowsprit provide a high level of performance. At the same time, the many windows, flush deck, panoramic saloon, the garage for a 3.25 m tender (which can be launched or recovered in less than a minute, as on the CNB 76!)… afford a degree of comfort apparent when you live on her.

A dual-purpose cockpit

Since the success of the CNB 76 (16 boats built since 2014), the organization of a single-level cockpit, separating the operating area and relaxation area, as well as an asymmetric companionway enabling an increase in the size of the relaxation space, have become key elements of a CNB yacht. To innovate further in respect of movement flows, we have reduced the difference in level between the cockpit and the deck in order to facilitate access. A difference of a few centimeters between the cockpit and side decks provides easy evolution. Movement becomes straightforward and more convenient.

An innovative interior layout

The CNB 66 adopts the same principles as the CNB 76: the asymmetric companionway facilitates communication between the saloon and galley. The chart table between the galley and dining area is multi-purpose and can be converted as desired into a bar, desk or navstation. This is the result of many discussions with sailing owners, seeking to optimize space while adapting to new styles of living and sailing. Being outside while inside was a seminal issue. With 270° panoramic glazing and huge portholes, it is impossible to take your eyes off the sea! As for the sofa area opposite the dining table, it gives an incredible impression of space. Moreover, its seating can be converted to accommodate unexpected guests around the table!

Cabins designed for greater comfort

The standard version of the CNB 66 has 4 cabins, including an owner's suite. The latter has an off-centre queen-size island bed to provide greater privacy (the bed is not visible from the aft end of the boat when the cabin door is open). It has a bathroom and a desk. The VIP cabins are not neglected. They have double or bunk beds and it is possible to convert the double beds into 2 singles.

CNB 66

  • 67.61'Length overall (With Anchor Davit)
  • 70.07'Length Overall (With Bowsprit)
  • 60.53'Length at Waterline
  • 18.07'Maximum Beam
  • 68,563 LbLight Displacement
  • 20,613 LbStandard Keel
  • 9.67'Water Draught
  • 94.35'Air Draught (Excluding Aerials)
  • 132 GalFresh water capacity
  • 158 GalFuel capacity
  • 1,205 Ft2Full Batten Mainsail
  • 1,108 Ft2Furling genoa
  • 2,6902Gennaker Or Code 5
  • Philippe Briand Yacht DesignNaval Architect
  • Jean-marc Piaton & Rafaël BonetInterior design

What our customers say

Hi chaps Just a brief thank-you to Warren and Steve for sorting out my rudder etc so promptly. Excellent service from Seaventures and Aquawaves. I am launching on the 2nd March so will be afloat to sort out the B & G windvane. Many thanks Mark
— Mark A (Sun Odyssey 379)

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