Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.
The CNB 77’ (23.6m) HANNO is a stylish and beautifully semi-custom sailing yacht designed by the well-known Philippe Briand and built and delivered in 2009 by Construction Navale Bordeaux, France (CNB). She has sleek lines with a moderate freeboard, a semi-raised deck saloon and a perfectly balanced sail plan. With her comfortable deck layout with two cockpits, twin helm stations and an easy rig configuration, HANNO is easy to handle by a small crew.
HANNO offers very good sailing performance, and she is easy to operate with features such as furling headsails, a fully battened mainsail, powered winches and a hydraulic bow thruster. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or new to the world of sailing, HANNO's design makes handling a breeze. Having been privately owned, HANNO offers the flexibility to embark on new cruising adventures, whether for personal pleasure or charter pursuits.
HANNO was conceived for blue-water cruising and to make fast and long voyages thanks to a relatively lightweight displacement hull (45 Tons), she is a safe and seaworthy yacht with an aluminum hull and a composite/grp superstructure.
This yacht welcomes up to eight guests in four double-bed guest cabins, each with an en-suite head. A separate crew cabin with a bathroom and chart table caters to the crew's comfort. Light veneer finishes create a bright, inviting atmosphere, with large windows in the deck salon and cabins for ample natural light. Relax in the spacious main salon with dining for eight or utilize the galley with direct access to the salon and skipper's cabin. Outside, you’ll find teak decks, a central cockpit with a dining table for eight, an aft steering position for maneuvers, a sunbathing area with sumptuous cushions and a bathing platform. There are sprayhood and sun awnings for additional comfort.
|Length (LOA)||77' (23.6m)|
|Draft||8' 10" (2.7m)|
|Beam||19' 9" (6.03m)|
|Location||Palma de Mallorca, Spain|
|Classification||Véritas for hull & deck|
|Min Draft||8' 10" (2.7m)|
|Max Draft||8' 10" (2.7m)|
|Fuel Tank||676 g (2,560 L)|
|Fresh Water||443 g (1,680 L)|
|Holding Tank||79 g (300 L)|
|Ext. Designer||Philippe Briand|
|Int. Designer||Fabrice Lefevre|
|Max Speed||12 Knots|
|Cruising Speed||9 Knots|
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The CNB 77’ HANNO is a stylish and beautifully semi-custom sailing yacht designed by the well-known Philippe Briand and launched in 2009 by Construction Navale Bordeaux, France (CNB). She has sleek lines with a moderate freeboard, a semi-raised deck saloon and a perfectly balanced sail plan. With her comfortable deck layout with two cockpits, twin helm stations and an easy rig configuration, HANNO is easy to handle by small
HANNO was conceived for blue-water cruising and to make fast and long voyages thanks to a relative lightweight displacement hull (45 Tons), she is a safe and seaworthy yacht with an aluminium hull and a composite/grp superstructure.
HANNO features a four double guest cabin layout, all with en-suite heads, and a separate crew cabin aft with navigation area which makes her very suitable for either private and/or commercial use. The spacious semi-raised decksaloon midships with large surrounding windows and side hull windows gives lots of natural light entrance and offers comfortable seating for 8 guests.
HANNO offers good sailing performance and is easy to operate thanks to her furling headsails, a fully battened mainsail, powered winches for the sail handling, Hall Spars carbon mast, Petitjean carbon boom and a hydraulic bow-thruster for maneuvering and docking in marinas.
The decks are comfortable, spacious and covered with teak, there is a large center-cockpit with seating arrangements for the guests and there two helm positions aft. The stern has an opening folding bathing platform with teak covered steps leading from the aft deck to the platform with bathing ladder for water access.
HANNO has only been used privately under present ownership and recently came out of the shipyard for a complete hull service and is ready to take a new owner on a next cruising adventure.
CNB 77 cutter rigged sloop.
DISPLACEMENT: Approx 45 Tons
GRT: 59.2 Tons
DESIGNER: Philippe Briand
INTERIOR STYLING: Fabrice Lefevre
KEEL/BALLAST WEIGHT: approx. 14.2 Tons
BUILDER: Construction Navale Bordeaux, France
HULL PROFILE: Moderate keel with lead bulb and balanced rudder.
HULL FINISH: Hull painted light grey with Awlgrip and red booth stripe.
Hull & Deck construction drawings examined/approved by Bureau Veritas. The Vessel is CE Certified, Category “A”.
HULL: Aluminium welded hull. The engine room bulkheads, the collision bulkhead as well as the bulkhead between the aft cabins and lazarette are watertight.
SUPERSTRUCTURE: The entire superstructure of coachroof and cockpit is made of one-piece composite glass/vinylester with balsa core, glued and bolted to the deck.
TEAK LAID COVERING: Teak laid decks.
KEEL: Cast lead keel bolted to the hull, ballast 14.2 Tons.
INTERIOR: Bright finished wood.
All Harken winches, 5 electric, 4 manual.
- 2x 60 2-speed manual at mast base multipurpose.
- 2x 70 2-speed electric at mast base multipurpose.
- 2x 980 3-speed electric for genoa sheets.
- 2x 60 2-speed manual aft cockpit for staysail or runners.
- 1x 60 3-speed electric for mainsail.
Harken tracks for genoa and staysail.
Stainless Steel Pulpit, Pushpit, Guardrails.
Pushpit has two seats with teak grating on either side.
Lewmar deck hatches.
2 Rondal flush deck hatches on deck salon.
Lazarette/stern storage space, accessed through deck hatch.
Lofrans Titan A electric, 24 V Windlass.
2x CQR Anchors – 77lns/35 kg galvanised 100m/14mm chain
MAIN ENGINE: 1x CUMMINS
MODEL: 6BT-5-9M, 180 hp, 2500 rpm
Kw/H.P.: 180 hp @ 2500 rpm.
DATE OF ENGINE: original
TYPE OF FUEL: Diesel
DIRECT OR REDUCTION: 1: 2.96
FUEL FILTERS: Racor 30 Micron
SHAFT: Stainless Steel, diam. 60mm.
SHAFT SEAL: PSS water lubricated.
TYPE OF PROPELLER: Brunton 3-bladed folding
CRUISING SPEED: 9 knots
APPROX ENGINE HOURS: 6,357 hrs as for 8/2023.
DATE LAST REVISION: 2023.
FUEL CAPACITY: 2560 Lt. in 2x aluminium tanks.
FUEL CONSUMPTION AT CRUISING SPEED: approx. 35 L/HR @ 9 Knots/2.000 rpm
At 1.800 rpm, speed approx. 7.5 - 8 Knots and 25 l/hr fuel consumption.
CRUISING RANGE: approx. 1,200 NM.
BOW THRUSTER: Max-Power 20 hp hydraulic with PTO on the generator.
Electric system 220 - 24V.
DC Battery bank 24v-1000Amp/hr, Sonnenschein Dryfit type.
Starter batteries for main engine and generator.
ALTERNATOR: 1x 80A on main engine
- Mastervolt 24/110-2.
- Mastervolt 24/100-3.
SHOREPOWER: Yes, 32 Amp/220V
INVERTOR: Mastervolt 24/5000.
GENERATOR: ONAN 17.5KW, 220v/50 Hz (new 2020).
GENERATOR HOURS: approx. 3,167 Hrs as for 8/2023.
FRESHWATER CAPACITY: 1,680 l in two aluminium tanks
WATER PRESSURE SYSTEM: Yes
WATER HEATING SYSTEM: Yes, Pacific electric 100 L.
WATER MAKER: Sea Recovery ‘Aqua Whisper’, 190 L/hr.
BILGE PUMPS: Yes, through manifold and individual float switch pumps.
DECK WASH: Yes.
- Black water, 300 l (1x tank)
- Grey Water, 300 l (1x tank)
Tecma ‘Silent’ toilet system using fresh water.
All cabins fitted with toilet and shower.
Reverse cycle air-conditioning: FRIGOMAR 410 Series 65,000 BTU with 9 individual chiller units (Compressors replaced 2023).
Many of electronic equipments have been upgraded and/or replaced in 2022.
- 2x Compass at pedestals.
- 2x Raymarine compass.
- Raymarine ST70 for wind, depth.
- 2x Raymarine SPX 303G Autopilot
- Raymarine Hybridtouch GPS & Plotter with C-Map Pro charts
- Raymarine 4Kw radar antenna.
- Raymarine AIS 250.
- Raymarine VHF GMDSS radio fixed.
- Raymarine VHF GMDSS handset radio.
- Inmarsat Fleet One Satcom (2022).
- Weather through internet via Fleet One Satcom.
- Computer screen 17”
- Radar detector 9 Hz SART II.
Interior bright wood finish.
CABINS: 4 Guest cabins and 1 Crew cabin
ACCOMMODATION FROM FORWARD:
There are four double guest cabins, all with en-suite head i.e.,
- Two double guest cabins forward to port and starboard. (Through the starboard cabin one can access the
storage/sail locker in the bow which has an additional pipe-cot berth for one crew member).
- One centre guest cabin of the salon to portside.
- One guest cabin aft to portside, access through a separate companionway in the aft steering cockpit
- One crew cabin aft to starboard with convertible bed (2 single’s or one double) and navigation area and en-suite head. This cabin can be accessed through the galley or the companionway in the aft cockpit.
There is a spacious semi-raised decksalon midships with large surrounding windows and side hull windows with lots of natural light entrance and offers comfortable seating for 8 guests. The fully equipped galley is aft of the salon to portside, access to the saloon and the captain’s cabin.
Galley with large sink, hot & cold-water tap.
Corian counter tops
Bosch 4-burner gas cooker with Oven
Frigoboat refrigeration system (both front and top loading).
- Fridge 400 L.
- Freezer 350 L.
Cavist wine cooler in salon.
Frigonautica small fridge in salon.
1,000 m3 per hour G&R air fan.
- Samsung flatscreen in deck-salon
- Bose music system in salon/cabins, with loudspeakers.
- 2x cockpit loudspeakers.
Hall Spars carbon mast (30.28m) with three spreaders.
The mast is keel stepped.
Petitjean T700 carbon canoe boom.
Navtec rod rigging (replaced 2020).
Bamar 24V electric furlers for genoa and staysail.
Staysail with halyard hydraulic ram.
Extra spinnaker halyard.
Extra staysail halyard.
Crane for outboard engine.
Mainsail reefing with Harken batt-car system and lazy jacks.
Navtec system for boomvang, main outhaul and backstay (3x hydraulic rams)
Running rigging Mafioli Spectra.
All Incidence Sails.
- Mainsail - fully battened. 134 sqm.
- Furling Genoa. 131 sqm.
- Furling Staysail. 58 sqm.
- Asymmetrical spinnaker (with Amazons Creek logo). 390 sqm.
Sail area upwind (main and genoa) approx. 267 sqm.
2x Liferaft, each for 6 persons (recently serviced)
Lifejackets for all persons on board.
Handheld fire extinguishers.
FM200 fire extinguishing system engine room.
Caribe Advantage 400 RIB with steering console.
Yamaha 50 hp 4-stroke outboard.
Tender storage on foredeck with chocks.
Hydraulic aft bathing platform (teak replaced 2020).
Sprayhood over companionway.
Sun awnings for guest and steering cockpit
New cushions for sunbathing are on coach roof.
New cockpit cushions in crème colour.
Covers for tender and outboard.
Decks chocks for the tender.
- New NAVTEC standing rigging.
- New paint on mast and boom.
- New 17.5 KW ONAN generator.
- Complete service Cummins main engine.
- Service of all electronical equipment.
- New teak on aft bathing platform
Service works 2023:
- New seacock valve for intake main engine and generator.
- New bilge pump.
- New fridge/freezer compressor.
- New sensor/alarm for the black & grey water tanks.
Annual service in Antibes shipyard, July/August 2023:
- New antifouling.
- New anodes.
- Cutlass bearing on the prop shaft replaced.
- Service floding propellor.
- Service bow thruster.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
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