Let's take a look at the futuristic Chrisco launched in 2009 by the superyacht division of CNB in France, with exterior lines by Luca Brenta. The ultra-modern interior was designed by Wetzels Brown Partners from Amsterdam.

Chrisco pictures by Nicolas Claris

CNB constructed Chrisco (aka CNB 100) in carbon. She is an extraordinary yacht, deckhouse with unusual glass panel areas and a spacious cockpit. Built with the desire to design an extremely fast boat born of a pure and luminous concept but with a very comfortable interior that reflects the owner’s taste, a European couple who appreciates avant-garde design.

In close and constant collaboration with the owner and the builder, the naval architect Luca Brenta & Co. Yacht Designers and interior designer Wetzels Brown Partners developed a yacht that will make her mark. This is yet another new challenge, as CNB likes them, that brings us into the exclusive world of contemporary yachts.


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Making-of CNB 100 CHRISCO

Main Specifications

Length over all:30.50 m
Beam:6.80 m
Draft:4.20 m
Displacement:72 t
Ballast:24 t
Sail Area:473.81m²
Exterior Design:Luca Brenta & Co. Yacht Designers
Interior Design:Wetzels Brown Partners
Naval Architecture:Luca Brenta & Co. Yacht Designers
Material:Composite carbone / balsa / vinylester


CNB 100 Chrisco Deck Layout
Deck Layout
CNB 100 Chrisco Interior Layout
Interior Layout


2009 International Superyacht Design Award
– Best Sail 24m to 40m.

2009 Wetzels Brown Partners
– International Superyacht Design Award

2009 Best Interior
– Power and Sail Award.

2010 Wetzels Brown Partners
– ShowBoats Newcomer interior design Award.