CNB yacht builders
162, quai de Brazza CS 81217
The brand CNB produces luxury sailing yachts, minimalist sailboats and is also active in the superyacht market. There are 4 models currently in production ranging from 20 to 29 meters. We invite you to explore all current and older models from CNB and contact us for sales and pricing information.
CNB Model Range
History of the company
Dieter Gust, one of the founders of the shipyard, was born in Germany and moved to France in 1978 where he became interested in sailing. One day he went around the world and decided to build his own yacht. However, the shipyard that was building the boat for Gust became bankrupt and the latter decided to set up his own company to finish the project. So in 1987, together with his partner Olivier Lafourcade, he founded CNB (Construction Navale Bordeaux) on the right bank of the Garonne River. Lafourcade has been a yachting enthusiast since childhood and built his first boat at the age of 24. The place where the new shipyard (Chantiers et Ateliers du Sud-Ouest) settled and began to develop has
The company is part of the Beneteau Group.
CNB's collection of models includes semi-custom luxury sailing yachts in composite hull lengths of 60-100 feet. The company also offers custom projects up to 200 feet in composite or aluminum hull lengths. A large list of options for rigging and other equipment allows to build a yacht exactly to the needs of the client and his style of sailing - cruise or racing-cruise
CNB yachts can be found in a wide variety of different and even icy waters. However, apart from seaworthiness, quality and reliability, CNB's products are relatively low priced for this segment. As noted by experts
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