From the CNB website: CNB (Construction Navale Bordeaux) was founded by Dieter Gust and Olivier Lafourcade on the right bank of the Garonne River, on the site of the former Chantiers et Ateliers du Sud-Ouest, which among other things, built the 5-masted France II in 1911 (at the time, the largest combined sail-and-engine powered ship ever built).
CNB and Solaris Yachts (IT) announced a merger in 2021 with integration taking place in 2022. After which production of the CNB 66 and 76 will be at the Solaris manufacturing facility.
CONSTRUCTION NAVALE BORDEAUX - RCS Bordeaux
n° 342 012 390
162 quai de Brazza 33100 BORDEAUX
Sailboats Built By CNB (FRA)
(Dates indicate when boat was first built by any builder)
|BORDEAUX 60||61.00 ft / 18.59 m||2003|
|CNB 66||67.61 ft / 20.61 m||2018|
|LAGOON 35||34.50 ft / 10.52 m||1995|
|LAGOON 37||36.75 ft / 11.20 m||1991|
|LAGOON 380||37.89 ft / 11.55 m||2000|
|LAGOON 410||40.58 ft / 12.37 m||1997|
|LAGOON 42||42.50 ft / 12.95 m||1990|
|LAGOON 470||47.57 ft / 14.50 m||1998|
|LAGOON 570||55.92 ft / 17.04 m||2000|