2020 CNB 76
Inaugurating a new generation coachroof profile when this model was launched, the CNB 76 revolutionized the relationship between life aboard and the sea. Who would guess that behind these flowing lines there is more than two meters of standing headroom in the saloon with panoramic views.
Philippe Briand devoted all his expertise to the CNB 76, creating a yacht of masterful proportions that is equally suited to private use by an experienced yachting family or luxury charter with accommodations for up to three crew members. Cockpit access from the aft galley and main crew cabin affords genuine privacy. Forward of the saloon, the owner has a private stateroom and there is a VIP cabin and additional cabin amidships for guests, all ensuite. This exceptional design is also reflected on deck: the massive asymmetrical cockpit is never obstructed by sailing controls, which are sent back to the area around the helming stations and above the side decks. The large tender garage houses a Willliams 385 TurboJet that can be deployed and stowed in under one minute.
Featuring a custom interior of striking white lacquer with oak timbers and exquisite finishings designed by Jean-Marc Piaton. Superyacht quality in every detail from the professional chef equipped galley to the robust soundproofing in the engine room.
"Kestrel" was privately sailed in recent years but in her previous life as "Xaira" she was a sought after charter yacht and, if desired, could once again generate potential income for a new owner.
This exceptional sailing vessel exudes pride of ownership with a meticulous maintenance regimen and is ready to take you anywhere.
As an authorized CNB Yachting Advisor, I have in-depth knowledge of this yacht's design, history and luxury. I was aboard "Kestrel" while she was in Palm Beach, Florida. Now available to view in Palma de Mallorca. An offer is highly recommended without hesitation or caveat.