CNB 76

CNB 76, Sail Yacht

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DYB4546

CNB 76

Sloop

2013

23.17m (76'0")

6.10m (20'0")

3.50m (11'5")

GRP

1 x 180hp Volvo

8 berths in 4 cabins

Spain

1.995.000 € EU VAT not paid

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Description:

The combination of Briand design flair and CNB construction expertise resulted into a stunning 76’ yacht with a superb sailing performance. The yacht boasts generous cockpit, expansive teak deck and low profile pilot-house providing comfortable and safe sailing experience. Her spacious accommodation includes four cabins with eight berths and a crew cabin forward, and her light-filled saloon offers great 270° views. This particular CNB 76 is probably the fastest and lightest of all thanks to her carbon mast, conventional furling,no hydraulic gangway and her 3.5m draft.

ENGINE:
1 x 180hp Volvo D4
Engine Hours: 3000 aprox.

SPEED:
10 knots aprox.

CAPACITIES:
Fuel:    2500 Litres
Water:   1500 Litres

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:
Engine Volvo Penta D4-180 with rope cutter on shaft  
Varifold 4 blade folding propeller  
Genset Onan 17.5 Kw  
Retractable Side-Power Bow Thruster with command on both consoles  
Air Conditionning Domotic  
Diesel Heating  
Watermaker Sea Recovery 280 L/h  
Hot water boiler capacity 100 l  
Mastervolt battery chargers (2 x 24v – 1 x 12v)  
Mastervolt inverter 24v/220v 5000W  
Gel Batteries 24v (840A/h)  

ACCOMMODATION:
Berths: 8
Cabins: 4
Head: 4
Crew Berths: 1
Crew Cabins: 1
 
CNB yachts express a kind of elegance "a la Francaise", combining balance, symmetry, modesty and refinement in every detail. The designers have created an inviting, light, comfortable and reassuring interior reflecting the yacht's modern and robust qualities. Four cabins with eight berths (+Pullman for a child in the double port cabin amidships) and a crew cabin forward.  
 
Starting aft the galley is to starboard with a cabin an en-suite head to port, up steps to the light filled saloon with table and seating for eight to port and settee and navigation area to starboard, then forward down three steps to the guest cabins. A double with upper and lower bunks to starboard with en-suite head which is also the day head. A larger port cabin with a berth that can either be configured as a double or twin bunks. Forward is a full width owner’s cabin with generous en-suite head, hanging lockers. A crew cabin with one berth, head and sink is forward and accessed by the deck hatch.  
 
The galley is located aft on the starboard side, five steps down from the saloon, well separated from the saloon and the forward cabins. The galley incorporates high quality equipment. Access to the cockpit through a sliding hatch and a retractable ladder incorporated into the deckhead.  
 
Port Aft Guest Cabin with two single beds (2.00m long) convertible into a double bed. Ventilation and natural light are provided by a fixed porthole in the hull, two opening ports and an opening hatch leading to the cockpit. Storage lockers and drawers beneath the bed, hanging locker to port, cupboards etc.  
 
Port Aft Guest Cabin has a fully private Bathroom with  
Separate shower stall with grating  
Electric ventilation  
Shower and washbasin automatic pump­out to grey water manifold  
Tecma Silence electric freshwater marine toilet with black water holding tank  
Vanity unit with hot and cold water  
 
Saloon  
The saloon situated beneath the deckhouse comprises the navigation station, a sofa bed and a lounge/dining area. The light-filled saloon provides a magnificent panoramic view of the surroundings.  
Direct and indirect lighting with reading lights and ceiling lights; night lighting  
Plentiful stowage behind the seat backs and along the outboard shelving  
 
Navigation station (starboard)  
Chart tables with chart stowage  
Space for navigation instruments, library and audio system  
 
Lounge area (starboard)  
Sofa to starboard, easily convertible into two comfortable facing armchairs  
Retractable bar behind the sofa  
 
Dining area (port)  
Large U­-shaped settee  
Dining/cocktail table capable of accommodating 8 people  
Folding and retractable Alcove with picture and lighting, accommodating a retractable TV  
 
Starboard Guest Cabin  
Two bunk beds to starboard (2.05m long)  
The bottom bed is convertible into a double bed (2.05m x 1.40m)  
Ventilation and light provided by a fixed porthole in the hull and an opening deck hatch  
General lighting and reading lights on the headboard  
 
Starboard Guest Cabin has a private Bathroom with a second door onto the passageway for daytime access to the toilet:  
Shower stall with grating  
Lighting by means of deckhead light, secondary lighting in front of the mirror  
Shower and washbasin automatic pump­out to grey water manifold  
Tecma electric freshwater marine toilet with black water holding tank  
Vanity unit with hot and cold water  
Bathroom cabinet with electric shaver socket  
 
Port Guest Cabin  
Double bed against side of cabin to port (2.05m x 1.60m) with a system for separation into two single beds  
Storage lockers and drawers beneath the bed  
Ventilation and light provided by a fixed porthole in the hull and an opening deck hatch  
General lighting and reading lights on the headboard  
Hanging locker and cupboards  
 
Port Guest Cabin has a fully private Bathroom  
Separate shower stall with grating  
Opening deck hatch for light and ventilation  
Lighting by means of deckhead light, secondary lighting in front of the mirror  
Shower and washbasin automatic pump­out to grey water manifold  
Tecma Silence electric freshwater marine toilet with black water holding tank  
Vanity unit with hot and cold water  
Bathroom cabinet with electric shaver socket  
 
Owner’s Cabin  
Owner's cabin is located forward and occupies the entire width of the hull  
Ventilation and light provided by 3 fixed portholes in the hull and three opening deck hatches  
General lighting and reading lights on the headboard  
Double bed (2.05m x 1.60m)  
Storage lockers and drawers beneath the bed  
Bookcase and cupboards on the forward bulkhead with a recess to accommodate the television  
Hanging locker to starboard and cabinet to port, low cupboards to port and starboard  
Small office area to starboard  
 
Owner's Cabin has a fully private Bathroom  
Separate shower stall with grating  
Ventilation and light provided by a fixed porthole in the hull and an opening deck hatch  
Lighting by means of deckhead light, secondary lighting in front of the mirror  
Shower and washbasin automatic pump­out to grey water manifold  
Tecma Silence electric freshwater marine toilet with black water holding tank  
Vanity unit with hot and cold water  
Bathroom cabinet with electric shaver socket  
Electrically heated towel rail  
 
The forepeak is fitted out as a crew cabin with toilet, shower & washbasin and two berths (air conditioned)

GALLEY/LAUNDRY:
Fully fitted galley with Miele induction, oven, microwave-oven, dish washer, 2 fridges + extra freezer  
Washer / Dryer

NAVIGATION:
Raymarine Electronics (2 auto pilotes, log, depth, wind, 2 x screens on steering consoles, 1 x large screen at chart table, Radar, AIS) + portable VHFs  
Furuno Navtex  
Inmarsat mini C  
SSB with Pactor modem  
WIFI Antenna

DECK:
Carbon and teak steering wheels  
Teak decks with grey caulking  
Telescopic cockpit table (transforms into sun lounge with cushion)  
Anchor 55Kg and 120 metre chain + secondary anchor  
Fresh and salt water deck pump near windlass  
Fresh water pump in cockpit  
Deck shower on swim platform  
Carbon Gangway 3.20m  
Sprayhood and Bimini

SPARS & SAILS:
Carbon Mast HALL SPARS
Carbon V boom HALL SPARS
Rod standing rigging
Navtec hydraulic system (backstay, vang, outhaul, genoa and staysail halyard)
Full Batten Main Sail North Sails 3Di (new 2020)
Genoa North Sails 3Di on manual Facnor furler
Self-tacking Staysail North Sails on manual Facnor furler
Code 5 North Sails (460 m2)
Asymetric heavy spinnaker North Sails (400 m2) on inflatable sock
Electric Cockpit Winches HARKEN x 4
Mast Winches HARKEN (1 x 3 speed electric, 2 x 2 speed electric, 1 manual)
Systems:
Engine Volvo Penta D4-180 with rope cutter on shaft
Varifold 4

SAFETY:
Spinlock Deckvests lifejackets  
Personal Epirb on lifejackets  
Automatic CO2 fire extinguishing system in engine compartment upgraded  
Hand-held fire extinguishers throughout interior and exterior  
Electric and manual bilge pumps  
2 x life rafts  
Jon Buoy in carbon effect  
Flare kits  
EPIRB  
Grab bags

TENDERS/TOYS:
Dive Compressor BAUER PE100 (220v)  
Williams Jet Tender 3.85m (2018)  
Paddle Surf – Water Ski – Donut – Windsurf

SERVICE HISTORY AND CONSTRUCTION:
Naval Architect: Phillipe Briand  
Interior Design: Jean Marc Piaton & Rafael Bonet  
CE: Category A  
Full Rig inspection (2020)  
New Main Sail (2020)  
New Main Sail cover (2020)  
Year round maintenance by professional crew

BROKERS COMMENTS:
The combination of Briand design flair and CNB construction expertise resulted into a stunning 76’ yacht with a superb sailing performance.  
The yacht boasts generous cockpit, expansive teak deck and low profile pilot-house providing comfortable and safe sailing experience.  
Her spacious accommodation includes four cabins with eight berths and a crew cabin forward, and her light-filled saloon offers great 270° views.  
This particular CNB 76 is probably the fastest and lightest of all thanks to her carbon mast, conventional furling,no hydraulic gangway and her 3.5m draft.  

LYING:
Spain