XAIRA CNB Bordeaux
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The 23.17m (76') luxury sailing yacht XAIRA is a beautiful vessel built by CNB Bordeaux with interiors by Jean Marc Piaton and Rafael Bonet and naval architecture by Philippe Briand. Accommodation on board sleeps up to 6 guests in 3 cabins, with additional accommodation for a crew of 3.
Luxury sailing yacht XAIRA from CNB Bordeaux is a 23.17m/76ft sloop that was launched in 2020 and boasts a pristine white hull contrasted by dark windows and a black sail. The exterior styling comes from Philippe Briand while the interiors are the work of Jean Marc Piaton and Rafael Bonet. The accommodation sleeps a maximum of six guests over three en-suite cabins, and there is an expert crew of three for safe and efficient operations and excellent service.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF XAIRA: ~Renowned interior and exterior designers ~Modern, light-filled interiors ~Skylights above all guest cabins ~Great selection of family-friendly water toys ~E-bikes ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The cockpit aft of the salon provides a C-shaped sofa and raised dining table to port while to starboard there is a straight sofa that can also be used as a sunbed. The aft helm controls have excellent line-of-sight and there are seats for extended periods of navigation.
The foredeck has been left clear for operations, and when at anchor guests can use the space for sunbathing, exercise such as yoga, and observation of the surroundings.
The lower deck places the guest accommodation forward with the crew accommodation and galley aft, which has a breakfast bar with two stools.
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||Volvo D4 @ 180 HP|
|Cruise Speed:||9 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Philippe Briand, Jean Marc Piaton And Rafael Bonet, CNB Bordeaux|
The salon places two armchairs facing one another along the starboard wall, while to port there is a C-shaped sofa and two raised tables in the middle for drinks and dining in comfort.
On windless days, a Volvo D4 180 HP engine at 2,800 RPM allows for a top speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots.
Up to 12 guests can remain on board while cruising, and the accommodation sleeps a total of 6 guests over 3 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 convertible double cabin and 1 convertible bunk cabin. The Master suite is situated in the bow, and the room is furnished with a queen-sized bed in the centre of the room, with the headboard acting as a bookcase and more shelving integrated into the forward wall. There is a desk/vanity in the starboard corner, plenty of closet space and an en-suite bathroom aft providing a toilet, sink and shower. The double convertible cabin is placed to port behind the Master suite and provides a double bed, large closet space, and an en-suite bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower. The twin bunk cabin is to starboard and the lower bunk extends out to become a double bed. The room has plenty of storage space and an en-suite bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower. The crew accommodation for 3 is placed in the lower deck aft, along with the galley.
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"Indeed we believe that the first function of a sailing yacht is the aesthetics and we spent a lot of time in refining the lines during the project." - "I understood very young that to win a race you have to have the best boat, and so I started to be interested about the technology and the design of the boat." - Philippe Briand