For many years, CNB has demonstrated its expertise in the design and construction of large one-offs (Chrisco, Grand Bleu Vintage, Hamilton II, Only Now, Victoria T, Simeron, Spip to name but a few) as well as successful semi-custom ranges… We remember the CNB 73s and then the CNB 77s and 70s designed by Philippe Briand, as we also recall the magnificent CNB 76s designed by German Frers.
Subsequently, thanks to its mastery of its production facilities, its unique manufacturing equipment and methods, CNB is able to offer luxury yachts in fiberglass and carbon composite at reasonable, controlled prices. Today, we are proud to present the CNB 92, a fusion of high technology and our experience as yachtsmen. On the “drawing board”, our ambition was to push the boundaries, to go even further to create a yacht that is happy to steer for distant horizons and can be handled by a small crew despite its ninety-two feet.
With her elegant, contemporary design, her sleek lines and her admission of light, the 92’ will appeal to yachtsmen wishing to acquire a luxury performance yacht that is comfortable and easy to handle for magnificent extended offshore cruises. A boat that sails well but also provides excellent accommodation, the 92 is designed by Philippe Briand, designer of the Bordeaux 60, CNB 66 and CNB 76, one of the world’s leading naval architects, the winner of many prestigious international awards. “The 92 is well-behaved but exhilarating, thanks to the skills of CNB. This is a new yacht born from the same heritage as the Bordeaux 60, CNB 66 and CNB 76. She shares and maximises certain characteristics such as maneuverability, performance, ease of maintenance, the large panoramic saloon…” Philippe Briand
The CNB 92 is offered with several fit-out and interior design options to satisfy the wishes of each owner. The most advanced technologies in terms of pollution control equipment are installed. Lastly, for enthusiasts of uncompromising performance, the 92 is also offered in an all-carbon version, from hull to masthead.