After Grand Bleu II and Grand Bleu III, here is Grand Bleu Vintage. Entrusting the construction of his new yacht to CNB, the owner of the Grand Bleus renewed his confidence as well.
The CNB 95 was the first of an important lineage: CNB 86, CNB 105, CNB 117. She settled the foundations of a proven yacht concept, allying modern comfort and fast cruising. Here are the most determining elements:
To favor comfort and elegance: The saloon is raised and the large engine room is located under the floor. The space reserved for the guests as well as the spacious owners stateroom are located forward, well lit and well ventilated. The very comfortable and separate crew quarters is include two cabins a small saloon and the galley, close to the technical area. The large lateral windows, protected by shutters, provide a perfect view. The interior decoration features an elegant blending of teak, mahogany burr wood veneer and white lacquer.
The general ergonomics and performance: the large cockpit at the deck level provides comfortable seating at anchor as well as under sail. Two steering stations placed far apart allow good visibility and create a central passage to the transom. Garage for the tender under the aft deck. Self-tacking cutter rig with shallow draft simplify maneuvers and accessibility at anchor. The carbon rigging, the shape of the ballast, the water tanks placed at the two extremities and used as ballast ensure excellent performance when sailing.
Construction: the hull and the deck of Grand Bleu Vintage are built of aluminum. This guarantees the reliability of this multifunctional yacht: she will be as efficient on long crossings as when racing during the Antigua Race Week…
Draft: 11 ft. 6 in.
Beam: 23 ft. 0 in.
Construction N degrees 43
Architect Philippe Briand
Interior designer Vripack-Yachting International Sophie Campion
Displacement 187,425 lbs
Ballast 63,945 lbs
Sail area 4,476 sq.ft
Engine Cummins 350 hp
Class Véritas / MCA
Sister ships Infinity