The CNB 76 #4, a unique boat has just left CNB for Turkey
Exhibited at the Nautic boat show in Paris last December, CNB 76 #4 MIN was the centre of attention during the Exclusive Days held at the CNB shipyard at the end of March.
At the beginning of April, she finally set sail, heading for Istanbul and her new home port.
MIN is a different version to the first three CNB 76s already delivered, making her unique, as CNB is able to achieve thanks to our expertise in custom yachts.
MIN's owner, a designer and architect by trade, designed the spacious office/buffet on the starboard side of the saloon and which faces out to sea, and worked with the CNB design office on the layout of his cabin, placing the king-size bed to the fore.
Similarly, the wood finish used on this CNB 76 has not been selected before for the other yachts delivered. The owner chose the 'Sirocco' wood finish, created by Jean-Marc Piaton (the interior designer for the CNB 76) for a most refined, understated and classic interior.
On deck, the seating has also been designed by the owner, and comes right up to the helm stations, while angled to provide clear access to the two aft lazarettes.
The rig chosen for this yacht has a white masted, fitted with a hydraulic in-mast furler and a Hall Spars carbon boom.
Photo: CNB 76 MIN on a stopover at La Rochelle during sea trials with the CNB team, before setting sail for Turkey, and the 'Sirocco' design chosen by the owner for the interiors.