2021 CNB 66
Inspired by the hugely successful CNB 76, the CNB 66 was designed as the largest sailing yacht that could be handled by a family crew.
This 2021 model is perfectly equipped to achieve that objective with virtually every factory option, and the only CNB 66 ever built with in-mast furling, shoal draft and US spec. A truly unique opportunity!
"Fortitude" features white lacquered aluminum spars with in-mast furling that keeps things simple and drama free. The upgraded electric winches, self-tacking jib and bow and stern thrusters make it easy to handle under sail or in a crowded harbor. And the light filled saloon with wrap around windows makes living aboard a true pleasure. The CNB signature, asymmetrical companionway enables a large, practical, well-ventilated galley to port where the chef is always part of life aboard.
The exquisite interior by Jean-Marc Piaton features beautiful walnut timbers presenting a modern, luxurious aesthetic that exudes timeless elegance --- the perfect background for customized fabrics, artwork and personal decorations. There is clear separation between lounging and handling areas in the single level cockpit with unobstructed passage from the companionway to the twin helm stations. A Williams 345 jet tender can be housed and launched from the garage in less than one minute.
The CNB 66 won Cruising World's prestigious "Best Luxury Cruiser" award and the judges were aboard this very yacht at the US Sailboat Show in Annapolis. Truly unique, highly desirable. Do not hesitate to request details before it is listed for sale!
This yacht may be centrally listed by another broker and in that case as a licensed professional I can represent you exclusively as the buyer to negotiate the best deal possible and provide my expertise during sea trial, survey and closing. Prices for yachts based in Europe may not include selling brokerage commission. All yachts are subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. The information provided is for general descriptive purposes only and a buyer should instruct his agents to inspect the vessel to verify its specifications, equipment, condition and value. Some photos may be of sisterships.