“We designed the hull with the triple objective of increasing the CNB 66’s volume, performance and seaworthiness. It will be capable of sailing far afield, while still able to be handled by a couple.”
- Philippe Briand, architecte naval du CNB 66
The CNB 66’s flowing and well-proportioned lines conceal exceptional volume, exploited with all CNB’s expertise. In and out, elegance combines with simplicity through maximum integration of equipment and fittings.
The CNB 66 has 4 cabins, including an owner's suite at the bow, and a more secluded cabin aft can be used for crew, guests or casual crew.
The central area, with the bar linking the saloon and the separate galley, is particularly large. It is bathed in light by virtue of its panoramic roof glazing.
As on the CNB superyachts, the CNB 66’s engine compartment is located midships, for optimal weight distribution and perfect control of sound insulation.
WHY OWN A CNB 66?
|Water Capacity||132 gal|
|Fuel Capacity||158 gal|
|LIGHT DISPLACEMENT MISC||68,563 lb|
|STANDARD KEEL||20,613 lb|
|AIR DRAUGHT (EXCLUDING AERIALS)||94.35’|
|FULL BATTEN MAINSAIL||1,205 ft²|
|FURLING GENOA||1,108 ft2|
|GENNAKER OR CODE 5||2,690 ft2²|
|NAVAL ACHITECTURE||Philippe Briand|
|INTERIOR DESIGN||Jean-Marc Piaton and Rafaël Bonet INTERIOR DESIGN|