CNB 73Ref. VP263

CNB 73

A comfortable and fast cruiser, very easy to handle with a small crew. She has the charm of the age and at the same moment looks like new. Hydraulically driven lifting keel, huge water and fuel capacities.

EUR 600,000 ,-

Overview

Yard:Constructions Navales de Bordeaux
Design:Philippe Briand
Model:CNB 73
Building Year:1987
Ensign:San Marino
Hull Structure:Alloy
Deck Structure:Alloy

Details

L.O.A.:22.25 m. Convert to metersfeets 67.82 feets
L.W.L.: 18.50 m. 56.39 feets
Beam:6.00 m. 18.29 feets
Draft:3.45 m. 10.52 feets
Displacement:30 30 Tm. Tm.

Rig

Type:Cutter
Winches:4 x Lewmar 65st in cockpit 2 x Lewmar 65st close to mast 2 x Lewmar 64st close to mast 4 x Lewmar 52st close and at mast
Genova Furling:Bamar and Profurl for the stay-sail (2023)
Main Furling:Leisure Furl
Spinnaker Pole:Alloy

Deck Hard-ware

Windlass:Electric
Anchors:Rocna 70 Kg + Danforth + 120m/12mm chain
Tender:Hypalon (2022)
Outboard:Tohatsu 9,9 cv/2 t.
Safety equipment:Yes
E.P.I.R.B.:

Engine System

Engine:Perkins 6354
Power:115 cv
Year:1987
Serviced:Cleaning of the intercooler, servicing the cooling pump, engine starter and alternator. Changing impellers. (2023)
Hours:
Transmission:Shaft
Propeller:Max-Prop, three blades
Bowthruster:
Fuel Tank:3.000 l.

Sails

Main-sail:Zoom Sails, Hydranet, radial, in-mast furling (2018), like new
Jib:
Genoa:Zoom Sails, Hydranet, radial, furling (2018). Like new
Try-sail:
Stay-sail:Furling (2023)
Mizzen:
Spinnaker:
Gennaker:With socket

Electronics

Log:B&G Zeus (2022)
Depth-sounder:B&G Zeus (2022)
Wind Station:B&G Zeus (2022)
Autopilot:B&G Hydra (2022)
VHF Radio:B&G (2022)
GPS:B&G Zeus 3 HM500 (2022) + Raymarine C 120 at chart table
Plotter:B&G Zeus 3 HM500 (2022) + Raymarine C 120 at chart table
Radar:Raymarine C 120 at chart table
Other:AIS (2023)

Electric System

Voltage:12V/24V/220V
Batteries:125Ah/24V engine + 2x95Ah/24V generator + 1.110ah/24V services
Generator:Onan-Cummins
Inverter:Mastervolt
Batteries charger:Mastervolt + 4 solar panels and charge controller Victron MPPT

Internal lay-out

Cabins:3
Total Beds:6 + 2
Heads:3
Showers:3 + ext.
Hot water:Yes
Water Tank:3.000 l.
Holding-Tank:Yes
Fridge:Yes
Oven:Force 10
Air Conditionning:At saloon and owner's cabin
Washing Machine:Yes and dryer machine
Water-maker:150 l/h
Miscellaneous:Variable depth from 1,84 m to 3,45 m TV/Hi-Fi

Barcos Singulares Comments

The CNB Shipyard (Constructions Navales de Bordeaux) was born out of the collaboration between a Frenchman, Olivier Lafourcade and a German, Dieter Gust. Both had extensive experience in luxury charter and clear ideas about what a range of high quality, large boats should look like. The two founded the shipyard in a city, Bordeaux, with a great naval tradition and at that time in decline. The CNB 73 was one of their first models, presented in 1987, the same year the shipyard was founded. Philippe Briand's design had been conceived precisely for high-level charter. It was therefore very fast and easy to handle for a small crew, and the interior was very cosy and habitable. All of these characteristics also opened up the private market at a time of great economic prosperity. The very careful aluminium construction was logical at a time when fibreglass was not yet commonly used for such large ships. The result is a light, sturdy and very rigid structure. Another innovation was the raised and glazed deckhouse, which gave great light and visibility to the interior. The success was immediate and, although the two partners could not remain alone for long, mainly due to the crisis of the early 1990s, they maintained a high position of responsibility under the ownership of Bénéteau, to whom they sold CNB at the beginning of the decade. The hull of the CNB 73 is clearly inspired by the I.O.R. lines, with long forward and aft overhangs and a maximum beam that decreases rapidly towards the extremities. This greatly reduces the wetted surface area to facilitate sailing in light wind conditions. Where the design departs from the formula is in the retractable keel, very useful for the cruising programme of this model. On deck we also see a manoeuvring lay-out very characteristic of the period, with a winch almost per manoeuvre. The quality of the fittings is extraordinary and still up to the standards of the best. A furling foresail has recently been added, to ease the transition to hard winds with a reduced crew.

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