CNB Bordeaux 60

370,000 Tax Not Paid | Alicante Spain
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Summary

  • Make CNB
  • Model Bordeaux 60
  • Year 2012
  • LOA 61ft/19m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 2
  • Ancasta Ref 34924
  • Name Sea Tiger

Overview

Hull number 33 of the immensely successful Bordeaux 60 built by CNB in 2012. She has a white painted mast and carbon v-boom to make her fully battened main easily manged. Banmar furling for the genoa and self-tacking staysail on a manual furler. Moabi interior designed by Hugon Couedel and in very good condition. Sea Tiger has seen relatively little use with less than 1800 engine and 720 generator hours shown. Excellent inventory for long term cruising including air-conditioning, watermaker, davits and washing machine along with generous refrigeration. Sails by Incidences and North. Canary Island IGIC paid. Offered at a price to attract an immediate sale. For more information, full set photos taken by us 5th November 2019 or to arrange a viewing please contact CNB agents Stephen Abery (English, French, German) M. +44 7545 235555 E. london@ancasta.comor Tristan Abery (English, Spanish, Russian) M. +44 7766 130909 M. +34 660 68 02 61 E. barcelona@ancasta.com

Build

BUILT BY CNB IN BORDEAUX 2012 TO A DESIGN BY PHILIPPE BRIAND
Hull number 33 of the immensely successful Bordeaux 60. As a late model she has the improved owner's en-suite. She has a white painted mast and carbon v-boom and Moabi interior designed by Hugon Couedel.
Sea Tiger has seen relatively little use with less than 1800 engine and 720 generator hours shown.

CONSTRUCTION
Light grey gelcoat
Composite vacuum moulded hull with watertight bulkheads forward and aft
Deck made of balsa sandwich and is also vacuum infused
Side decks, cockpit and aft section of coach-roof laid in teak with grey joints
Bow-thruster
Tender garage
Davits allowing the garage to be used for stowage
Upgraded wheels in carbon from Carbonnautica
Teak cockpit table

The Bordeaux 60 cockpit is very well designed for use at sea and for relaxing at anchor or in harbour
Hydraulic transom which folds down to provide teak laid bathing platform with ladder
Remote for platform

LOA 18.38m
LWL 16.28m
BEAM 5.18m
DRAFT 2.95m
DISPLACEMENT approx 30,000kg

Rig

CUTTER RIGGED SLOOP WITH FULL BATTENED MAIN AND FURLING HEADSAILS
White painted aluminium alloy mast Harken rail ‘Switch’ system which allows mainsail battens and head car to stow lower to the boom
White painted carbon V-boom from Hall Spars with Lazy Jacks and the rails for the sail cover
Electric Bamar furler for genoa
Inner stay and furling gear for staysail which is self-tacking
Facnor 7000 furler and gear for gennaker
Hydraulic backstay tensioner
Hydraulic boom-vang
Hydraulic outhaul for main
2:1 halyard for gennaker

WINCHES
Harken 70 electric genoa winches (upgraded)
Harken 60 electric secondary winches (upgraded)

SAILS
Fully battened main, genoa and staysail all by Incidences Hydranet in 2012
North G2 Gennaker 1,5oz Norlon

Accommodation

SLEEPS SIX GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS OCCASIONAL DOUBLE IN SALOON
The saloon is spacious and light, featuring a dining table which lowers electrically
Electric blinds for windows, a very nice extra which keeps the blinds in great shape
Seats six to eight comfortably to port
Cushions to convert dinette area to double berth
Sofa and chart table to starboard, sofa pulls out to create chaise longue
Leather saloon seating in outstanding condition
Owner’s cabin forward with the more popular offset double to port. This allows access to forepeak as well as better stowage and bathrooms
Dressing table/desk and separate walk-in wardrobe
Full width en-suite shower room with electric fresh-water toilet and sink.
Separate full width shower stall
Heated towel rail

Two guest cabins aft both have en suite head compartments with electric fresh-water flush toilets, sink and separate shower stalls. Both are equipped with double berths that can be converted into twins

Forward sail locker

Fully air-conditioned accommodation
Solid teak companionway door

The galley is located two steps down forward of the saloon, and truly belongs to the yacht’s living space. The galley runs across the full width of the boat
The large cabin top windows generously light the whole area, and the ventilation is ensured through opening portholes and deck hatches
Direct and indirect lighting above worktops
Electric oven and four-ring induction hob with pan holders
Three refrigerated spaces two top opening (one can be used as freezer) as well as a front opening fridge with stainless-steel door
Sharp microwave Double stainless-steel sink
Miele washing machine/dryer
Wine fridge
Manual fresh and salt-water pumps in galley
Extractor fan

Lee-cloth to owners berth
Safe
26 inch TV/DVD flat screen with a Bose surround sound system
The master cabin also has 22 inch TV/DVD and stereo system
In the cockpit you have cushions all around
The hydraulic garage door opens to become a huge swim platform with stainless steel swim ladder and a hot and cold deck shower.
Spray hood and Bimini in grey sumbrella with infill piece that links the two
Lightweight carbon gangway stowed in the garage
LED lighting to cockpit

Machinery

Lift up the saloon floor and you have full access to the engine, generator and machinery Excellent sound insulation and great for weight distribution Volvo D4-180 with ample power to drive the Gori 3 blade folding prop with overdrive function. Hours shown less than 1800 as at November 2019

Under engine she will power along into rough seas or with the overdrive engaged and a flat sea she will cruise at 8.5 knots at low revs making her quiet, fast and economical
The generator is the upgraded Onan 11kw showing less than 720 hours in it’s own soundproof box providing ample power to run the air-conditioning and water-maker or to charge the batteries

The air-conditioning dual compressor is also housed in the engine room providing cooling power to the yacht or provide warmth
Fuel and water tanks are under the floor to each side of the engine room The water tanks are switched via a remote push/pull switch and the engine fuel tanks can be switched by a push/pull switch in the wet locker
The technical room is accessed from the starboard aft cabin under the companion way stairs. This area houses the watermaker and filters plus the gen exhaust separator and two of the battery chargers, space for tools and spares keeping this essential equipment in an easily accessible place for repairs and servicing on the dock or under sail
The shore power system runs two separate circuits, one for the air-conditioning and one for the domestic, all systems can be switched between shore or gen from the switch panel
Six standard and four extra gel batteries with second 60A charger 24/220V

Shaft rope-cutter
Bauer dive compressor and pipework for bottles

GROUND TACKLE
Twin bow roller in stainless steel
Lewmar 2000W windlass Remote control and foot buttons with chain counter and control at helm
40 kg Delta anchor with 100m of 12mm galvanised chain (tbc)

TANKAGE
DIESEL 1000 litres
WATER 1000 litres
Three holding tanks with level guages
Sea Recovery water-maker 95 l/h

Inventory

NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
Raymarine throughout
E120w display on swivelling pod in cockpit
E120 at chart table
ST70 displays at helm
4Kw 48nm digital radar
AIS 650
240E dual station VHF
Autopilot with remote control
Navtex NX300
HR T300 camera on spreader
Paciific 3G mast antenna

MISCELLANEOUS
Outboard bracket
Teak dickie seats
Dinghy and outboard
Covers for table, wheels, pedastals and winches
Courtesy lights in cockpit
Fresh water wash down on deck
Bimini
Sprayhood
Connection piece between bimini and hood

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
The owners have just sailed over 1500nms from the Canaries to mainland Spain using equipment aboard
Full list on request some of which may require servicing or replacement

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