Sunday Morning CNB Bordeaux | From EUR€ 23,000/wk

SUNDAY MORNING is a 76-foot (23m) CNB Bordeaux Philippe Briand sailing yacht ...

Sunday Morning CNB Bordeaux | From EUR€ 23,000 /wk

SUNDAY MORNING is a 76-foot (23m) CNB Bordeaux Philippe Briand sailing yacht that accommodates up to 6 guests. She was built in 1993 and received a full refit in 2004. She is an excellent performance yacht design by Briand for exclusive cruising, and chartering.

S/Y SUNDAY MORNING is an exciting performance sailing yacht with huge deck space and comfortable cushioned lounging areas. She features a large centre cockpit for guests to relax with removable bimini and a dining table seating up to eight guests guest el fresco. There is also a full-length awning used when the boat is at anchor. SUNDAY MORNING has two separate cockpits enabling the guests to enjoy the sailing in the comfortable leisure while the crew look after the sailing back aft. The yacht also features a teak bathing platform aft perfect for diving into the sea or to enjoy water sports from while at anchor.

Her interior is fully air conditioned and is spacious, light and beautifully decorated in rich wood. Her open amidships saloon has a big dining area and entertainment corner. As you can see by the photos below the salon / dining area can be adjusted for dining, lounging or entertaining. The sailing yacht can accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 well appointed double cabins with ensuite facilities. The two forward cabins can be combined to create one full beam master suite

Sunday Morning Specifications

Type/Year:CNB Bordeaux/1993 
Beam:6.00m (19' 8") 
L.O.A.:23.18m (76' ) 
Max Speed:10 knots 
Engines:Engine - 6BT5.9M 210hp Ge 
Cruise Speed:8 knots 

SUNDAY MORNING received a refit in 2004 which included a new veneer, communication upgrade, entertainment upgrade. In 2006/7 she received a new teak deck and rig check and a new Engine, new prop shaft in 2009.

Whether you are interested in sailing, adventure, water sports or simply relaxing, you can make every Morning a Sunday Morning while on charter - the crew of will be on hand to cater for your every need.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

CNB Bordeaux SUNDAY MORNING can accommodate up to 6 guests overnight and 12 guests cruising. Her accommodation quarters consist of 3 well appointed double cabins, all ensuite. The two forward cabins can be combined to create one full beam master suite. Each cabin has Hifi, LCD TV, DVD and AC 220/110 V power outlet.

Charter Amenities and Extras

Sailing yacht SUNDAY MORNING has a great range of Tenders and Toys including a Tender with 40 HP outboard, Snorkelling gear, Water-skis, 2 Ocean Kayaks, Donuts and Fishing gear. She also has a Flat screen in main saloon and all cabins plus a DVD, Stereo and VCR. The yacht is air-conditioned throughout and is equipped with satellite telephone, fax and internet wireless onboard.

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EUR€ 23,000/wk
EUR€ 23,000 - 25,000/wk

"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

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