Founded by two expert sailors in 1987, Construction Navale Bordeaux (CNB) has launched almost 5,000 yachts since it was established.
Built to the highest standards in the south of France and Italy, CNB achieved international fame with three major brands of boats:
- Lagoon, world-renowned cruising catamarans from 38 to 78ft,
- the EXCESS sport catamaran series, and
- as CNB yacht builders, specialists of semi-custom monohulls and sailing yachts.
Historically, CNB only created one-of-a-kind bespoke yachts, but slowly applied this knowledge to develop semi-custom models. Some of CNB’s most famous vessels include the CNB 76 and CNB 66, and the iconic panoramic roof designed by Philippe Briand became part of the brand’s signature style.
For many years, all three brands operated as part of Groupe Beneteau – the largest yacht builder in the world. However in 2021, Italian sailing yacht company Solaris acquired CNB yacht builders. Together, the two brands will continue to develop advanced sailing vessels from 40 to 110ft.
- Size: 40 to 110 feet
- Type: cruising catamarans, sport catamarans, sailing yachts
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