CNB Bordeaux 60 built in 2011. Powered by a Volvo 180 HP Diesel engine she has a new 11 kVA Onan generator. Cutter rigged, with roller furling Genoa and Staysail, her Main is slab reefed into a carbon boom. Her fresh modern lines and large airy saloon make her a very desirable fast cruising yacht, capable of going anywhere in considerable comfort and safety. She has a large open transom cockpit, twin carbon & teak wheels, vast teak decks and a very easily managed rig. For further information and inspection arrangements please contact listing broker David Routledge at Ancasta Palma.Inventory
Raymarine speed/ log
Raymarine wind indicator
Fleet 250 satelite/ telephone and internet system
All are interfaced apart from sat phone and EPRIB
Carbon foldable passarelle
2 x flatscreen TV
DVD with BOSE surround sound system
LED underwater lights
Remote control for transom door
2 folding seats on aft pushpits
New Highfield UL310 RIB with Honda BF10 outboard
New fender socks
2 x Ocean Safety liferafts
6 manual fire extinguishers plus automatic in engine room
CNB BORDEAUX 60
Built by CNB Yachts, France in 2011.
Designed by Philippe Briand, interior design by Hugon Couedel.
Hull finished in light grey
Decks, cockpit and parts of coachroof laid in teak with special grey caulking (ideal for hot climates)
Long draft lead keel (2,95m)
Composite vacuum moulded hull with watertight bulkheads forward and aft, deck is balsa sandwich with teak laid over.
ONE VOLVO D4 180HP DIESEL ENGINE
Showing 1350 hours (as of October 2016)
Gori 3 bladed folding propeller
Maxpower 20hp bowthruster
Rope cutter on propeller
Reverse cycle airconditioning throughout
Onan 11 kva generator, New in June 2016
Showing 180 hours ( as of October 2016)
4 battery banks
Shore power 230V
12V/24V//230 V Voltage on board
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Sea Recovery watermaker 95 l/h
Lewmar 2000W windlass
40kg stainless steel Delta anchor with 100m of 12mm galvanised chain
DIESEL 1000 litres
WATER 1000 litres
HOLDING TANKS 50 litresRig
Cutter rig with three spreaders.
Aluminium mast with Harken Switch T-Track Battcar System for low storage of mainsail.
Hall Spars carbon V- Boom.
Slab reefing with 3 reefs and lazyjacks
LED lights on the spreaders
Electric genoa furler and manual staysail furler
Self tacking staysail
Asymmetrical spinnaker rigging
New Dyneema running rigging - main halyard, spinnaker halyard and spinnaker sheets - 2016
Rig tune in 2016
Boom gooseneck replaced in 2016
Headstay replaced in November 2015
2 Harken 70 electric genoa winches
2 Harken 60 electric halyard winches
North Spectra Carbon mainsail (93 m2)
North Spectra Carbon 108 % genoa (82 m2)
North Spectra staysail (44 m2)Accommodation
SLEEPS SIX GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS TWO CREW
Owners cabin forward with en-suite head compartment with electric toilet, sink and a separate shower stall which has a heated towel rail; walk-in closet; vanity
avigation unit with built in remote control for all navigation equipment.
The galley, which runs across the full beam of the yacht is located two steps down forward of the saloon, and effectively extends the boat’s “living space”.
The large cabin top windows generously light up the whole area, and the natural ventilation is ensured through opening portholes and deck hatches.
Direct and indirect lighting above worktops.
Techimpex electric cooker - semi- gimballed
Techimpex electric oven
Ice maker & drinks fridge
Freezer & front opening Fridge
Double stainless steel sink
Manual fresh and salt water pumps in galley
The saloon is spacious and light, featuring a foldable dining table seating six to eight comfortably to port and a sofa and chart table to starboard.
Alcantara saloon seating in light beige. Covers for all settees.
Two guest cabins aft both have en suite head compartments with toilet, sink and separate shower stalls. Both are equipped with double berths that can be converted into twins. Starboard cabin is equipped with built in remote control for all navigation equipment.
The forward sail locker has been fitted out to two berth crew cabin including a toilet, sink and shower. Presently used for storage.
All guest cabin berths have lee cloths.