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CNB 62 (2025) for sale in Italy, Italy

£1,295,909 GBP
Listed price €1,540,000 EUR
Tax Not paid / ExcludedGet a foreign exchange quote

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The CNB 62, designed by Philippe Briand and Jean-Marc Piaton, is a versatile 18.47-meter yacht built in 2025. Located in Italy, this exceptional sailing yacht is optimized for short-handed sailing with a German main-sheet system kept clear of the ergonomic cockpit. The forward helm positions provide good protection from the elements and maintain a close connection with guests. Below deck, the layout features a forward owner’s suite with a centre-line bed, an airy saloon with a superb galley, and two configurable guest cabins aft, each with en-suite bathrooms. The yacht also boasts a tender garage accommodating a 2.85-metre RIB, high-quality interior finishes, and centralised machinery space for balanced weight distribution and noise insulation. Ideal for blue-water cruising, the CNB 62 combines comfort, performance, and innovative design.

General information
Make/model
CNB 62
Category
New sail boat for sale
Price
£1,295,909 GBP | Listed price €1,540,000 EURGet a foreign exchange quote
Tax / VAT status
Not paid / Excluded
Year
2025
Designer
Philippe Briand
Length overall
18.47 metres
Length waterline
17.45 metres
Beam
5.30 metres
Draft
2.95 metres
Hull
GRP Monohull
Keel
Fin Keel
Location
Italy, Italy

About this CNB 62

English

We are very proud to be CNB's exclusive dealer for residents of the UK and Andorra. We work closely and co-operatively with CNB and their appointed dealer network so if you are from another country with an appointed CNB dealer, we will happily make the introduction to the right person to help you understand the fantastic quality and capability of the CNB range.

Once again CNB has been working with Philippe Briand and Jean-Marc Piaton, this time to create a yacht which can be sailed in comfort by a couple. The result is the CNB 62, she builds on the success of the CNB Bordeaux 60 of which 46 were built.

The CNB DNA remains but has evolved very significantly. Great thought has been given to making the cockpit and sailing systems even better suited to safe and rewarding short-handed sailing. An arch with a German main keeps the cockpit clear whilst still enabling proper control of the mainsail. The helm positions are forward enough to greatly help protection from the elements and to ensure a close connection with guests in the cockpit area. The deck area behind the helms provides another large relaxation area and below the cockpit floor, Briand has created enough volume for a 2,85 metre RIB to be stored longitudinally for ease of launching and recovery. Of course, the garage door creates a spacious bathing platform.

The very comfortable owner’s suite is located forward with a centre-line bed and a generous bathroom. The saloon is bathed in natural light and has a superb galley which works equally well in harbour or on passage. The saloon enjoys almost 360-degree visibility and offers a seamless connection to the environment. Guest accommodation lies aft, the two cabins can be configured as doubles or twins and each has its own en-suite bathroom. Sailing performance is a given. A range of generous rigs is available with options for furling and easy handling whilst still getting the best from the modern Briand hull design. Machinery is centrally located under the saloon to ensure good weight distribution and excellent noise insulation.

Quality and execution are outstanding. We believe anyone looking for a yacht which is blue-water capable without needing crew should take a close look at the CNB 62. The fifth CNB 78 is being launched this summer. The 68 and 88 will follow - full details and plans of both are already available. 

NOTABLE FEATURES

- Designed to be easy to handle short-handed, the ergonomic cockpit has an arch to keep main-sheet out of the cockpit

- The modern chined Briand hull design delivers performance and comfort both at anchor and crossing oceans

- Wide range of rig options - carbon for ultimate performance or in-mast furling for even easier handling

- Generous deck saloon, superb galley, centreline double suite forward for the owner and two excellent guest suites aft

- Ergonomic cockpit, flush access to side decks and the generous guest and relaxation are forward of helms and sailing hardware

- Proper garage with folding platform, will take a 2,85 metre RIB stored longitudinally for ease of launch and recovery

- Superbly organised engineering. Central machinery space for balance and ease-of-maintenance

- Fabulous level of interior finish and space utilisation, an outstanding contemporary design by Jean-Marc Piaton

DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

The hull is hand laminated with vinylester resin on all its external layers to have total protection against osmosis

Carbon fibre reinforcements on keel floors and side chainplates

Watertight bulkheads forward and aft fully laminated to hull and deck

Deck made of composite/PVC vacuum infused foam sandwich

Coachroof structures are reinforced with carbon fibre unidirectionals

Large deckhouse windows

The entire structure is certified according to the ISO 12215-5 rule

White gel-coat finish on hull (Standard Reichold NGA 1769 H), deck and helm seats, antiskid white paint on coach roof

Grey gelcoat finish of the accessible bilges areas

Cockpit sole is laid with 10 mm thick teak or Esthec

Main deck can optionally be laid in teak or Esthec

The keel, built with a top plate, is fitted to the hull with s/s bolts.

Twin hanging rudders with vacuum rudder blades and AISI630 rudder stocks

Stainless steel cable on steering car and traveler

GRP bowsprit fixed on the bow with built-in anchor system

EXTERIOR & INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

Deck Hardware

Composite arch with the mainsheet on top of it and equipped with a German sheet system

Fixed anchor roller, electrical windlass 2000 W, 40 kg galvanized anchor, 100 m galvanized chain Ø 12 mm

Stainless steel pushpits and pulpits

LED navigation lights

Double stainless steel lifelines with one opening gate at midship on each side

Eight mooring cleats and two fairleads

Stainless steel recessed chainplates

Recess on deck for self tacking track for staysail sheet

Genoa sheet tracks and cars

Recessed companionway sprayhood

Harken turning blocks

Jammer for the mainsail halyard, three jammers for reefs, manual halyard tensioner for jib halyard (Antal)

Four electric multipurpose winches in cockpit

Two electric halyard and reef winches on deck at mast step

Two steering wheels in stainless steel

Two helmsman seats with console for navigation instruments and compasses

Engine and thruster controls on STBD side

Seven flush deck Solimar hatches on deck

Access to garage from cockpit

Teak cockpit table

Space for cockpit optional fridge

Hot and cold cockpit shower

Forepeak

Forepeak used as a sail locker and storage

Large deck hatch access

Stainless steel ladder

Light

Hand rail

Two bars for halyards

Access to bow thruster

Tender Garage

The tender garage is accessible from the transom door when opened and from a deck hatch located in the cockpit

The garage can accommodate up to a 2.85m jet tender

The large composite transom door opens to the sea to provide a swimming platform

Removable stainless steel swim ladder with teak steps

The door is operated by a dedicated hydraulic power pack located in the lazarette

Dedicated system to help the tender in and out of the garage

INTERIOR

Sleeps six in three double cabins

Five different interior ambiance finishes to choose from

Reverse cycle 50000 BTU air conditioning throughout with individual thermostatic controls in each cabin

Carpets in all cabins

Electric fresh water flush toilets throughout

Towel heaters in all bathrooms

24V LED lighting throughout

Direct and indirect lighting throughout

Blinds and mosquito screens on all hatches

Saloon

Large and spacious saloon with panoramic views thanks to the deck house and many windows including large hull windows

Blinds for all windows

Naturally ventilated with two opening deck hatches

230V and 12V USB sockets

Several lockers alongside the hull and behind the seat backs

Leather covered handrails

Navigation area to starboard with a forward facing chart table, USBC and 230V outlet, space for navigation displays, bookshelf and storage, electrical distribution board and leather covered navigation seat with adjustable height

Dining area to port with large C-shaped sofa, extendable dining table for eight

Relaxing sofa to starboard

Owner’s Cabin

Located in the forward section of the yacht running across the full width

Light and ventilation via two fixed hull portholes and three opening deck hatches

Reading lights

Centreline double berth with drawers and lockers underneath

Full height cabinet to starboard

Lower lockers to port and starboard

USBC and 230V outlets

Private en suite bathroom with WC, separate shower, sink, towel heater and storage

Guest Accommodation

Two cabins aft to port and starboard

Double berth with slats – changeable into two single berths

Light and ventilation via a fixed hull porthole and opening portholes

Reading lights

Private en suite bathroom with WC, separate shower, sink, towel heater and storage

GALLEY & DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Full beam galley located forward of the saloon

Open to the saloon, truly belonging to the yacht’s living space

Functional U-shaped layout to port and to starboard

- High and low storage

- Double stainless steel sink with mixer tap

- Gimballed four-burner electric stove and oven

- Microwave oven

- 130 litre front opening fridge

- 90 litre freezer

- Dish washer

- Washer/dryer

- Ice maker

- 230V outlets

SYSTEMS

PROPULSION

VOLVO PENTA D4 175 HP diesel engine

- AISI630 shaft

- Rope cutter

- 12V and 24V alternators

Three blade feathering propeller

Fuel

- 1000 litres in two stainless steel tanks – installed amidships for stability

Sliepner ERV170 electric proportional bow thruster with dedicated 24V 150Ah battery bank

Sliepner ERV170 electric proportional stern thruster with dedicated 24V 150Ah battery bank

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

12 / 24 / 230V electrical system with the control panel in the saloon

Onan 11kW with exhaust water separator

24V 690Ah domestic battery bank

12V 105Ah batteries for engine and generator starting

24V 150Ah bow thruster battery bank

24V 150Ah stern thruster battery bank

Mastervolt Mass Combi 24/3500/100 battery charger/inverter

Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/35 for engine and generator batteries

12V alternator on main engine

24V 150A alternator on main engine

63A shore power connection with 25m cable

WATER SYSTEM

Fresh Water:

- Water maker: Osmosea – 150 litres/hour

- Pressurised hot and cold water system

- 60 litre water heater – powered by 230V and engine heat exchanger

- Fresh water shore inlet

- Total capacity: 800 litres in two tanks – installed amidships for stability

Black & Grey Water:

- Grey water is collected into sump boxes and evacuated through electric pumps

- Black water is collected from the electric toilets to individual holding tanks

- All valves for emptying tanks are easily accessible

Bilge Pumps:

- Manual bilge pump

- Electric bilge pumps with automatic function

SPARS & RIGGING

Anodised aluminium mast with in-mast furling system

Electric furling for mainsail with hydraulic outhaul

Anodised aluminium boom

Rod rigging

Electric furler for genoa

Electric furler for staysail

Gear for spinnaker and code 0

Windex

SAILS

The spec, manufacturer and exact composition of the sail wardrobe should be chosen to suit the needs of each individual owner. To maximise enjoyment of the yacht, we recommend having:

Furling mainsail with vertical battens

Furling genoa

Furling staysail

A2 spinnaker with sock

Code 0

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Propulsion
Engine
VOLVO D4 175 HP
Fuel
Diesel
Fuel capacity
1,000 litres
Accommodation
Number of cabins
3
Number of berths
6
Drinking water capacity
800 litres

We are acting as brokers for the owner of the Vessel. The owner has provided details of the Vessel and it’s inventory and these details are based on that information. The accuracy of these details cannot be guaranteed, nor do they constitute part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor and to verify the particulars prior to the survey. The Vendor is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

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Broker/Dealer Information

Abery Yachts

Mr Stephen Abery
La Massana
La Massana
Andorra
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