The Rock
CNB Bordeaux 60


Price: POA

Year: 2013

Builder: CNB

Model: Bordeaux 60

Category: Sailing Monohull

Length: 18.38 M

Beam: 5.18 M

Guests: 6

Cabins: 3 Guest + 2 Crew

Location: France

Sale Status: Available


Launched in 2013 as hull No.37 to an extremely high specification, The Rock has remained in the same family ownership since new and is a particularly well specified and attractive example of the superb Bordeaux 60.

The Bordeaux 60 is a fast cruiser designed to swallow up the miles at sea and has everything you need for a long cruise. She is easy to handle and manoeuvre and remains impressively stable in heavy sea swell. All manoeuvres are controlled from the steering stations, as the sheet and halyard winches are grouped in the aft of the cockpit. In strong winds, the skipper can control the boat without having to move, using the self-tacking track forward. In light winds, fine-tuning is easy, and will not disturb any guests sitting comfortably around the cockpit table.

Departing Bordeaux in 2013, The Rock has proven herself as a perfect ocean cruiser twice crossing to the Caribbean, in more recent years she has been based in the south of France and only lightly used by the owner who enjoys cruising the west Med. As a self confessed perfectionist this owner has always maintained the yacht to the highest standards with no expense spared, new Raymarine instruments, new bimini and spray hood canvas and a freshly painted (AwlGrip) hull.

The first thing you notice about The Rock is her gorgeous Sapphire Blue hull and striking teak deck, that is complemented by a well executed light, creamy interior, created using ‘Alpi Chene’ light oak. Designer Herve Couedel has crafted a harmonious and relaxing atmosphere on board, while leaving owners the freedom to add their own personal touch.

The spacious saloon and galley, bathed in light, is worthy of a superyacht. The huge galley, with plenty of storage space, opens onto the saloon, making it cosier and more convivial. For greater comfort, it is located in the centre of the boat, where pitching is less perceptible.

She can accommodate up to 6 guests overnight across 3 cabins, with the master cabin located in the bow, as well as a 2 berth crew cabin. The owner’s cabin, which many people prefer in the bow for more space and natural light, has a dressing room, a vanity table / desk, an extra-large bathroom with shower, and silent electric toilets. The two guest cabins to aft both have en suite head compartments with toilet, sink and separate shower stalls. Both are equipped with double berths that can be converted into twins.


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