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Ancasta to Present CNB 76 at 2015 Southampton Boat Show

Ancasta has announced that the CNB 76 will be at Southampton Boat Show and is set to be the biggest sailing boat at the show, which takes place 11-20th September 2015.

Seaworthy, elegant, and easy to handle, the new CNB 76 embodies 25 years of CNB excellence.

With her superb proportions and unique design from the world famous naval architect Philippe Briand, her lines perfectly integrate a raised saloon and the consequent layout is as harmonious as it is comfortable and functional.

While built to thoroughly spoil her owners, the CNB 76 is home to VIP cabins, a huge saloon boasting panoramic views, and she comes with the possibility of modernising for specific sailing programmes and the amount of guests expected on board.

Designed by Philippe Briand, the CNB 76 presents as a luxury yacht, which is both of a reasonable size and extremely easy to handle. Her hull is fast, powerful and secure.

The modern design gives us aft chines and a sharp, vertical bow, while the fairly high freeboard ensures she is an extremely dry boat. The centering of her weights provides a steady ride in challenging seas, and every detail that affords the utmost of comfort has been meticulously adhered too.

Ancasta CNB 76 anchor with tender1

Specification:

•    Manufacturer CNB Yachts, Bordeaux
•    Model CNB 76
•    Designer Philippe Briand
•    Typical Final Price £2,600,000 inc VAT
•    LOA 23.17m / 76 feet
•    LWL 21.98m / 72 feet
•    Maximum Beam 6.10m / 20 feet
•    Cruising Speed 9
•    Maximum Speed 12
•    Category of Sailing A Ocean
•    Maximum Power Available Volvo D4 - 180hp
•    Standard Sail Area 305 sq metres
•    Berths 10
•    Cabins 5
•    Standard Fuel Capacity 2500 litres / 660 gal
•    Standard Water Capacity 1500 litres / 396 gal
•    Crew cabins 1 double
•    Tender Garage Yes

The CNB 76 will be at Southampton Boat Show from 11th to 20th September 2015. Contact Ancasta now to make an appointment to view, email Tim D’Alton ([email protected]) or call +44 2380 450006.


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