With a length of 76 feet (23.17 metres), the CNB 76 is a real luxury yacht but of a reasonable size, easy to handle short-handed. Safe and efficient, thanks to the seaworthiness qualities of her hull and her simple, efficient deck layout.» Philippe Briand, naval architect of the CNB 76.
Contemporary and simple exterior lines, a sleek outline: the CNB 76 is a 21st century yacht.
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.
|LOA||23.17 m / 76’|
|LWL||21.98 m / 72’1|
|Beam||6.10 m / 20’|
|Draft||3.00 m / 9’8 - 32 783 Lbs|
|Water Capacity||1 500 litres / 396 US Gal|
|Fuel Capacity||2 500 litres / 661 US Ga|
|LIGHT DISPLACEMENT (EC)||45 t / 99 225 Lbs|
|LEAD KEEL||3.00 m / 9’8 - 29 416 Lb|
|LEAD KEEL||3.50 m / 11’5 - 26 676 Lbs|
|LIFTING KEEL||2.10 m to 3.90 m / 6’9 to 12’8|
|MAINSAIL||160 m² / 1722 sq ft|
|FURLING GENOA||144 m² / 1549 sq ft|
|STAYSAIL||79 m² / 850 sq ft|
|ASYMMETRICAL SPINNAKER||440 m² / 4736 sq ft|