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New CNB 62

€1.540.000 plus options


Once again CNB has been working with Philippe Briand and Jean-Marc Piaton, this time to create a yacht which can be sailed in comfort by a couple. The result is the CNB 62, she builds on the success of the CNB Bordeaux 60 of which 46 were built.

The CNB DNA remains but has evolved very significantly. Great thought has been given to making the cockpit and sailing systems even better suited to safe and rewarding short-handed sailing. An arch with a German main keeps the cockpit clear whilst still enabling proper control of the mainsail. The helm positions are forward enough to greatly help protection from the elements and to ensure a close connection with guests in the cockpit area. The deck area behind the helms provides another large relaxation area and below the cockpit floor, Briand has created enough volume for a 2,85 metre RIB to be stored longitudinally for ease of launching and recovery. Of course, the garage door creates a spacious bathing platform.

The very comfortable owner’s suite is located forward with a centre-line bed and a generous bathroom. The saloon is bathed in natural light and has a superb galley which works equally well in harbour or on passage. The saloon enjoys almost 360-degree visibility and offers a seamless connection to the environment. Guest accommodation lies aft, the two cabins can be configured as doubles or twins and each has its own en-suite bathroom.

Sailing performance is a given. A range of generous rigs is available with options for furling and easy handling whilst still getting the best from the modern Briand hull design. Machinery is centrally located under the saloon to ensure good weight distribution and excellent noise insulation.

Quality and execution are outstanding. We believe anyone looking for a yacht which is blue-water capable without needing crew should take a close look at the CNB 62.

The following spec is an example only and contains some standard options which are included in the base price as well as some options. If you would like to receive the full pricing information and full options list, do not hesitate to enquire. We have had the pleasure of selling and sailing more than ten examples of the CNB Bordeaux 60 with different set-ups so we feel able to guide and advise you as required.

Notable Features

  • Designed to be easy to handle short-handed, the ergonomic cockpit has an arch to keep main-sheet out of the cockpit

  • The modern chined Briand hull design delivers performance and comfort both at anchor and crossing oceans

  • Wide range of rig options - carbon for ultimate performance or in-mast furling for even easier handling

  • Generous deck saloon, superb galley, centreline double suite forward for the owner and two excellent guest suites aft

  • Ergonomic cockpit, flush access to side decks and the generous guest and relaxation are forward of helms and sailing hardware

  • Proper garage with folding platform, will take a 2,85 metre RIB stored longitudinally for ease of launch and recovery

  • Superbly organised engineering. Central machinery space for balance and ease-of-maintenance

  • Fabulous level of interior finish and space utilisation, an outstanding contemporary design by Jean-Marc Piaton








2025 delivery


18.47 metres

5.30 metres

2.95 metres


The hull is hand laminated with vinylester resin on all its external layers to have total protection against osmosis

Carbon fibre reinforcements on keel floors and side chainplates

Watertight bulkheads forward and aft fully laminated to hull and deck

Deck made of composite/PVC vacuum infused foam sandwich

Coachroof structures are reinforced with carbon fibre unidirectionals

Large deckhouse windows

The entire structure is certified according to the ISO 12215-5 rule

White gel-coat finish on hull (Standard Reichold NGA 1769 H), deck and helm seats, antiskid white paint on coach roof

Grey gelcoat finish of the accessible bilges areas

Cockpit sole is laid with 10 mm thick teak or Esthec

Main deck can optionally be laid in teak or Esthec

The keel, built with a top plate, is fitted to the hull with s/s bolts.

Twin hanging rudders with vacuum rudder blades and AISI630 rudder stocks

Stainless steel cable on steering car and traveler

GRP bowsprit fixed on the bow with built-in anchor system

We are acting as agents for the manufacturer of the Vessel. The manufacturer has provided details of the Vessel and these details are based on that information. The accuracy of these details cannot be guaranteed, nor do they constitute part of any contract. We would envisage and recommend close contact with the manufacturer to generate a specification which is appropriate for the planned usage as well as regular visits during the build process.

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