Allegro was launched in April 2017 in Bordeaux. Built by CNB and designed by Philippe Briand, she’s a modern monohull that’s eye catching across the bay.
The interior is stylish, comfortable and functional, designed by Jean-Marc Piaton for a classic elegance ‘‘à la Française’’; combining balance, symmetry, modesty and refinement in every last detail. Classic and innovative, graceful and contemporary, light and comfortable, and above all pleasing to the eye and relaxing to be aboard. Allegro really has it all, from the offset cockpit table and seating area converting into a huge relaxing sunbed, down to the spacious saloon area with panoramic views, the unique master cabin, a converting double to twin cabin and a smaller bunk cabin where the lower bunk can pull out into a double, all with en-suites. The crew cabin is located off the galley at the rear, separate from the guest cabin area that is located forward of the saloon, the second crew cabin is located forward and accessed through the deck.
The Philippe Briand designed hull is fast, powerful and secure. It’s an ultra modern design with aft chines and a sharp, vertical bow. The high freeboard makes her a dry yacht underway. Allegro has a powerful, well-balanced sail plan, with Incidence carbon sails ensuring good performance.
She now has 2 Seabobs onboard.
Operating in the West Mediterranean and the Caribbean