The luxurious CNB 66, the latest semi-custom addition to the Bénetéau group's CNB shipyard, celebrates its German premiere at boot Düsseldorf 2018. Designed by Philippe Briand, the CNB 66 manages to impress with elegance and quality as well as good performance and easy handling.
Comfortable, well-organized deck layout On deck, the CNB 66 is clearly structured and well-organized. Work and leisure areas are clearly separated and provide ample room for moving around and recreational activities. The entire upper deck is largely without steps, increasing safety and freedom of movement on board. A spacious stern tender garage provides space for a 3.25-meter tender that can be launched into the water in less than a minute.
Stylish below decks Below decks, the CNB 66 also offers an abundance of space: A total of four double cabins, one with bunk beds, provides ample comfort and privacy for up to eight people on board at a time. All cabins have separate bathrooms with washing or shower facilities. The extremely spacious owner's suite in the bow offers extra comfort and a large queen island bed. The saloon midships is designed extremely generous and features a 270° panoramic window offering an unobstructed panoramic view of the outdoors. A large fully equipped kitchen completes the interior of the CNB 66, designed by Jean-Marc Piaton and Rafael Bonet.
Technical specifications: Length over all: 20.61 m Beam: 5.51 m Draft: 2.95 m Displacement: 31,100 kg Engine: 180 PS