2012 CNB Bordeaux 60

€600,000 Tax not paid

Massive Euro 300k price reduction.

General Information

Manufacturer/Model CNB Bordeaux 60
Designer Philippe Briand
Year 2012
Category Sail
New or Used Used
Sale Status Available
Price EUR600,000
Tax/VAT Status Tax not paid
Lying Gran Canaria, Spain
Reference 1436076

Specifications

LOA 18.6m
LWL 16.28m
Beam 5.18m
Draft 2.95m
Displacement 26700kg
Engine Volvo D4 180
Engine Hours 825
Fuel diesel
Fuel Capacity 1000l
Hull Construction GRP
Keel Type Fin Keel
Berths 8
Cabins 3
Drinking Water Capacity 1000l

Description

Launched in 2012 to an extremely high blue water cruising specification, SEA TIGER II has remained in the same family ownership since new. Departing Bordeaux in September 2012, SEA TIGER II has only been lightly used due to work commitments within her cruising around Spain, Portugal, Morocco and the Canary Islands.

SEA TIGER II boasts many specification highlights including:-

• 3-cabin layout, 3-heads layout with master cabin forward
• Bowthruster
• Gori prop with rope cutter
• Teak side decks
• Carbon & teak helm wheels
• Carbon Park Avenue style V-boom
• Painted mast
• Upgraded Harken electric winch package
• Fully-battened mainsail with single-line reefing
• Electric genoa furler
• Self-tacking furling staysail
• Top-down furler for asymmetric spinnaker
• Raymarine nav suite with radar/chart plotters and AIS transponder
• Inmarsat sat-coms
• Thermal imaging camera
• 60,000BTU air-conditioning system with outlets in all cabins
• Wash/dryer machine
• Fresh water electric heads throughout
• Upgraded battery capacity
• Upgraded 11kw Onan Diesel generator
• Sea Recovery Watermaker
• Diving compressor with dive bottles
• Bose entertainment system with 32” LCD TV
• Full electric galley (no gas system)
• Additional freezer
• Wine cooler
• Washer/dryer
• Adjustable height saloon table
• Leather upholstery
• Ultralight carbon fibre passarelle
• Davits in addition to tender garage

SEA TIGER II is professional maintained and Canary Islands IGIC tax paid.

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

In keeping with our reputation at CNB, the Bordeaux 60 is designed to swallow up the miles with ease. Featuring the ideal weight distribution for secure performance in heavy seas, extremely well-equipped yet clear deck layout, exceptional autonomy (1000L of water and 1000L of fuel, Volvo D4 180 hp engine, water maker etc.): the Bordeaux 60 has everything you need for a long cruise, whether sailing as a couple or with a crew.

Thanks to its simple, efficient and safe deck layout, the Bordeaux 60 is also highly appreciated as it is so simple to manoeuvre even with a small crew. The Bordeaux 60 is reassuring because it is extremely easy to manoeuvre, responsive at the helm and remains impressively stable however heavy the sea swell.

With especially wide side decks, flush deck hatches, a limited number of steps leading out of the cockpit, direct access from helm station to the aft cleats, moving about on deck is much easier and much safer.

All manoeuvres are controlled from the steering stations, as the sheet and halyard winches are grouped in the aft of the cockpit. In strong winds, the skipper can control the boat without having to move, using the self-tacking track forward. In light winds, fine-tuning is easy, and will not disturb any guests sitting comfortably around the cockpit table.

The spacious saloon and galley, bathed in light, is worthy of a superyacht. The huge galley, with plenty of storage space, opens onto the saloon, making it cosier and more convivial. For greater comfort, it is located in the centre of the boat, where pitching is less perceptible. The owner’s cabin, which many people prefer in the bow for more space and natural light, has a dressing room, a vanity table / desk, an extra-large bathroom, and silent electric toilets. A door can be fitted in the bathroom to give safe access to the forepeak in bad weather conditions.

A perfect blend of materials of colours, with the light playing on the fine woodwork, the designer Hervé Couëdel has created a harmonious and relaxing atmosphere aboard the Bordeaux 60, while leaving owners the freedom to add their own personal touch to the interiors.

The aluminium framework is a special CNB feature. Made by our own superyacht metalworkers, it also improves the Bordeaux 60’s rigidity. Fastened inside the vacuum-infused hull, the aluminium structure ensures solidity and, therefore, safety. The keel and the mast, for example, are directly integrated into this structure. The aluminium structure also makes access to the engine room and machinery much simpler: located beneath the flooring, these areas are thus permanently accessible and functional, leaving more space above them for your comfort and for storage.

The structural components of our yachts (hull, deck and bulkheads, etc.) are made of composite vacuum-infused materials. This process entails homogeneously impregnating the fibre (composite and balsa sandwich), once only and so that it absorbs the resin.

Vacuum infusion provides excellent control over the boat’s weight (optimising the resin/fibre ratio), is more environment-friendly and improves working conditions, provides consistent quality and provides excellent sound and heat insulation inside the boat.

Philippe Briand has designed a fast hull that has proved its worth on more than one occasion. The Bordeaux 60 Osprey, for instance, has won the Isle of Wight Round the Island race three times, beating 900 other yachts. A number of owners have already crossed the Atlantic on their Bordeaux 60s, achieving amazingly good performances, for instance on the occasion of the ARC: 1st and 3rd place in 2008, 4th in 2011, the Bordeaux 60 has amply demonstrated is qualities as a serious competitor.

DESIGNER’S COMMENTS:

”The aesthetic design reflects reality, we wanted to build a fast boat, one that would move quickly beyond the horizon and, above all, be a pleasure to sail.”
Philippe Briand

PRESS REVIEW:

“Designer Philippe Briand has certainly got the lines right and this is the sort of boat that should sell from the pictures alone. But she’s also highly gratifying. Very fit for purpose: a fast cruiser for the Med and Caribbean, she offers very generous accommodation, doubled by a larger, secure cockpit and fine machinery fit-out… fitting squarely between the production and mini-superyacht bracket, and delivering many benefits from both…”
Yachting World – December 2008

SPECIFICATION

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
• The yacht is built to CE Boat Category A-ocean

Hull Construction:
• The composite / balsa sandwich hull is vacuum built as per the procedure long used at CNB for one-off constructions.
• The aluminium hull structure is bonded to the hull for a perfect stiffness and repartition of efforts (appendages, mast, rigging…)
• Gel-coat finish
• Watertight bulkhead forward, separate sail locker, watertight bulkhead aft. Bulkheads are stratified and/or glued to hull and deck.
• Opening transom/swim platform giving access to tender garage (with hydraulic mechanism)

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Deck made of composite/balsa sandwich is vacuum infused as well.
• Side decks, cockpit sole and seats are laid with teak with light caulking.

Keel & Rudder:
• Cast iron keel fitted to the hull and the aluminium structure with s/s bolts (optional shoal and deep draft lead keels).
• Vacuum infused hung rudder blade, s/s rudder stock
• Emergency tiller.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
• The Bordeaux 60 engine is located near the centre of the boat for better balance and outstanding accessibility.
• Volvo D4 4-cylinder producing 180hp at 2,800rpm (cruising revs 1,800rpm)
• Noise insulated (with double density foam) engine compartment.
• Engine control panel in cockpit on starboard steering station.
• Electronic throttle/gear control.
• Hydraulic gearbox
• Fresh water engine cooling system with heat exchanger.

Service & Maintenance:
• Engine hours – approx. 825 as of May 2017
• Date of last engine service – September 2016

Propulsion & Steering:
• 3 bladed Gori folding propeller with “overdrive”
• Rope cutter
• 40mm S/s shaft with hydraulic shaft brake.
• 24vDC tunnel bow thruster with control at starboard steering station.
• 2 Steering pedestals with pods for navigation equipment, handrail and compass.
• 2 – 5 spoke carbon and teak helm wheels
• S/s cables on quadrant.

ELECTRIAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
• 24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 230v AC via shorepower, generator or inverter

Battery Banks:
• 1x 12vDC 80Ah engine start battery
• 1x 12vDC 80Ah generator start battery
• 2x 24vDC 105Ah AGM thruster/windlass/furler batteries
• 10x 115 service batteries joined in parallel and series to supply 575Ah @ 24vDC

Charging / Inverter:
• Mastervolt 12vDC battery charger for start battery banks
• Mastervolt Chargemaster 24vDC 60Amp battery charger for service battery banks
• Mastervolt Mastershunt and control panel
• Mastervolt Mass Sine 24-2500w 2.4kw inverter with control panel at main AC panel

Generator:
• Onan 11MDKBN 11kva generator
• Generator hours – approx. 641 as of May 2017
• Date of last generator service – May 2017

Alternators:
• 12vDC alternator on engine to charge start batteries
• 24vDC alternator on engine to charge service batteries

Other Electrical:
• 32Amp shorepower supply with ring main and 230v AC sockets in interior
• Second 32Amp showerpower supply dedicated to air-conditioning system
• Victron 24vDC/12vDC converters
• Circuit breakers with automatic fuses and indicator lamps for all individual circuits.

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
• 24vDC pressure system
• Hot water supplied via engine cooling with approx. 60 litre Inox calorifier or via 230vAC 1.2kw immersion heater element from shore power or generator
• Hot & cold pressurised water to galley, heads, showers and cockpit shower
• Fresh water dock inlet

Watermaker:
• Sea Recovery Ultrawhisper Compact 600-2 230vAC reverse osmosis watermaker with 94.6lph output capacity
• Watermaker serviced May 2017

Bilge Pumps:
• Electric bilge pumps
• Manual bilge pump

Other Plumbing:
• Deckwash pump
• Grey water tanks with electric pump outs and level sensors

TANKAGE

Fuel:
• Fuel tankage: 1000 litres in two aluminium tanks
• Fuel filtration system

Fresh Water:
• Approx. 1000 litres fresh water capacity in 2x stainless steel water tanks

Holding Tanks:
• Holding tanks for each heads

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

In Cockpit:
• Raymarine E120W colour GPS, chart plotter and radar display
• Raymarine 48Nm colour HD radar scanner
• Raymarine Raystar 125 dedicated GPS receiver
• Airmar Smart tri-multisensor transducer – speed, depth and temperature
• 2x Raymarine ST70+ multifunction instrument displays at port helm
• Raymarine control pad at port helm
• 2x Raymarine ST70+ multifunction instrument displays at starboard helm
• Raymarine control pad at starboard helm
• Raymarine ST70 autopilot control head at starboard helm with Smartpilot SPX30 course computer
• Remote control for autopilot
• Steering compasses
• Raymarine 2-axis orientable thermal camera

At Chart Table:
• Raymarine E120W colour GPS, chart plotter and radar display
• Raymarine ST70 multifunction instrument display
• Furuno NX300 Navtex

Communications Equipment:
• Raymarine Ray240 VHF with DSC with second station at helm and adjustable loud speakers internally and externally.
• Thrane & Thrane Sailor Inmarsat with decorder, antenna and terminal. Suitable for Inmarsat FB150
• Raymarine AIS650 Class B transceiver with dedicated antenna

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
• Twin stainless steel sinks with single lever mixing tap.
• Techimpex Horizon 4 electric galley stove and oven
• Electric cooker hood with charcoal and grease filters
• Sharp R-26ST microwave oven
• Top opening 160 litre 24vDC fridge
• Front opening 130 litre 24vDC fridge
• Top opening freezer
• Weaco 6-bottle wine cooler

Heads:
• Tecma electric freshwater heads
• Heads shower with automatic temperature control and electric pump out

Heating & Ventilation:
• Webasto air-conditioning system with 60,000BTU output capacity via twin sea water cooled compressors.
• Air-conditioning outlets in forward cabin, aft cabins, saloon and galley
• Ventilation consisting of opening skylights and opening portlights
• Folding electric Skyscreens for galley area
Entertainment:
• Bose Lifestyle media centre with DVD/Radio/Aux and surround sound speaker system
• 32” Toshiba LCD TV in saloon
• LG Blu-Ray DVD & karaoke system connected to Bose system
• 21” LED TV in owner’s cabin with Pioneer CD/DVD/Radio player
• Waterproof cockpit speakers

Other Domestic Equipment:
• Miele Marine washer/dryer
• Towel dryer
• Electronic safe

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
• Three cabin, 3-heads layout with master cabin forward and two aft guest cabins.

Accommodation Finish:
• Satin varnished cherry interior
• Cherry wood soleboards
• White leather upholstery
• White vinyl headlinings
• Corian counters in galley and heads
• Skyscreens with mosquito blinds and black-out screens

Accommodation layout from Forward:

Owner’s Cabin:
• The owner’s cabin runs across full width of ship.
• Light and ventilation by fixed hull portholes and 4 opening deck hatches.
• General lighting and reading lights.
• Lower panels covered with micro-fibre material liner.
• Double lateral slatted bed to port
• Storage and drawers underneath
• Closet to starboard with hanging space lit by a deck hatch and a ceiling light.
• Lockers alongside, vanity with mirror
• 230V outlet.

Owner’s Cabin Ensuite Heads:
• The owner’s cabin has a fully private en suite toilet & shower
• Opening deck hatch for light and ventilation
• Overhead light, and 2nd light close to mirror
• Separate shower stall with grating
• Automatic waste pump out to grey water collecting tank
• Fresh water electric marine toilet with holding tank
• Washbasin with hot and cold water
• Corian top surface
• Bathroom cabinet with electric shaver plug
• Mirror, heating towel rail, toilet roll holder.

Saloon:
• Just under the deckhouse, the saloon hosts the navigation area and lounging room.
• Very clear, the saloon enjoys a remarkable panoramic view on the outside.
• Ventilation is by way of 4 opening deck hatches.
• Direct and indirect lighting is ensured via overhead and reading lights.
• Night courtesy light 230 V outlet.
• Numerous lockers alongside the hull and behind the backs of the seats.
• Large L shaped settee to port.
• Extending dining / cocktail table for 8 – dropping electrically to create large daybed or occasional double berth.
• 3 removable armchairs with locking system for use at sea.
• Relaxing sofa to starboard.
• Media center.
• Leather covered handrails.

Navigation Area:
• Chart table is to starboard, facing forward.
• Table with chart and pencil storage.
• 12 V & 230 V outlets.
• Space for navigation displays, bookshelf.
• Electronic water and fuel gauges board.
• Batteries charge management system
• Leather covered navigation seat with adjustable height

Galley:
• The galley is located two steps down forward of the saloon, and truly belongs to the boat’s “living space”.
• The galley runs across the full width of the boat.
• The large roof windows generously light up the whole area.
• Direct and indirect lighting above worktops.
• Functional U shaped organization.
• Low and high stowage lockers
• Corian worktop
• S/s double sink with single lever hot and cold tap
• Built in refuse bin
• Gimballed electrical cooker and oven
• Electrical hood above cooker
• Microwave oven
• Fridges and freezers
• 230V outlets
• Fastening belt for cooking when the boat is heeling.

Aft Cabins:
• Light and ventilation via a fixed hull porthole and opening portholes.
• General lighting and reading lights.
• Double berth with slats, changeable into 2 single berths.
• Shelves, drawers and hanging locker
• Large storage area according to the cruising programme of the boat.
• Access to technical area under the companionway, through a soundproof door.
• 230V outlet.

Aft Heads Compartments:
• Access to starboard ensuite toilet via direct access door
• Opening deck hatch for light and ventilation
• Overhead light, 2nd light close to mirror
• Washbasin with hot and cold water
• Corian top surface
• Bathroom cabinet with electric shaver plug
• Mirror, towel rail
• Large shower stall with Tecma fresh water electric marine toilet with holding tank.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
• White painted aluminium mast
• Keel-stepped mast with 3-sets of swept-back spreaders
• Carbon fibre Park Avenue boom – white painted
• Cutter rig with self-tacking staysail
• Bamar electric genoa furler
• Facnor staysail furler
• Dyform compact strand stainless steel wire standing rigging
• Fully-battened mainsail system with single-line reefing
• All halyard in Dyneema
• Facnor FX top-down Furler and antitorsion cable for asymmetric spinnaker
• Navtex hydraulic twin backstay adjusters

Winches:
• 2x Harken Radial ST70.2 2-speed electric self-tailing control line winches
• 2x Harken ST60.2 2-speed electric self-tailing secondary winches

Sails:
• Incidence Sails – Fully battened Dacron mainsail – 93.8sqm
• Incidence Sails – 105% furling Dacron genoa – 82sqm
• Incidence Sails – Self-tacking furling Dacron staysail – 44sqm
• North Sails – Aysmmetric furling spinnaker with sock – 255sqm

General:
• Stainless pulpit and pushpit.
• Mid ship gates.
• Stern boarding ladder
• Teak cockpit table
• Seawater deck wash
• Carbon fibre ultralight passarelle
• Stainless steel davits for tender
• Hydraulic tender garage door with remote control
• Bravo 220/500 electric tender inflator in tender garage
• Deck wash pump

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Lewmar 24vDC reversing electric anchor windlass with remote control
• Delta anchor with chain
• Mooring and spring cleats
• Fore and aft mooring lines
• Fenders

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
• Bimini
• Sprayhood
• Cockpit cushions
• Mainsail covger
• Wheel covers

Tender & Outboard:
• Zodiac 3.50m tender
• Yamaha 2.5hp 4-stroke outboard engine

Diving Equipment:
• Bauer Junior II-W-V200 air compressor 300 bar, 100 litre per minutes
• 6x diving bottles with dedicated stowage under garage floor

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Life saving:
• 2x Plastimo Transocean 500 ISO 24hr liferafts
• 6x inflatable lifejackets
• Lifelines and harnesses
• Kannard EPIRB with GPS
• Lieflines and harnesses
• 6x inflatable lifejackets
• Fire extinguishers

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

Lying Gran Canaria

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

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