SPIIP - CNB 86

Description

Designed by renowned Philippe Briand for offshore sailing, the CNB 86 SPIIP is a striking, elegant and fast sloop, conceived to sail round the world in all comfort and security. 

SPIIP features a well-designed, clean and ample deck, a long waterline length and large sail area, a carbon mast and boom with PBO rigging, new sails and a lifting keel which increases her draft from 2 to 4m.

The interior is welcoming and modern, with a bright and very spacious raised saloon, a vast aft owner suite and three guest cabins.

SPIIP is a perfect «sea runner», offering great pleasure in all types of weather all over the seas of the world.

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Basic Information

  • Type: Sloop cutter rigged
  • Naval architect: Philippe Briand Yacht Design
  • Interior designer: Jean-Marc Piaton
  • Builder: CNB, France
  • Year: 2009
  • Hull: Aluminium
  • Length: 26,21m (86’)
  • Beam: 6.50m (21’4’’)
  • Draft: 2.00m (6’75) - 4,00m (13’)
  • Sail area: 385 m2
  • Engines: 1x Cummins 220HP
  • Displacement: 62 t
  • Registry: British, Southampton
  • Location: Palma de Mallorca

  • SOLD

Accommodation

  • Owner:

    1 aft master cabin with en-suite bathroom

  • Guests:

    2/3 guest cabins with en-suite bathroom

  • Crew:

    1/2 crew cabin