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.

Chrisco photos by Nicolas Claris

CNB built the extraordinary yacht Chrisco (aka CNB 100) for a European couple. The yacht is carbon fiber construction to save a lot of weight for more speed. Chrisco is 600 kg lighter than it was contracted. The deckhouse includes 75 glass panels for the right lumination inside. The spacious cockpit can be shaded by a bimini to enjoy an al-fresco style onboard.

Within six years, the yacht sailed 80,000 nautical miles.

Wetzels Brown Partners from Amsterdam developed the interior design of Chrisco. It is a very light and bright interior that reflects futuristic exterior design by the Luca Brenta design office that is also responsible for the naval architecture.

The yacht has four double cabins forward while salon and dining are amidships. A crew area is located in the aft area.

Interior

Ambient Light Options

Making-of CNB 100 CHRISCO

Main Specifications of CHRISCO

Length Overall

30.50

METERS


Beam

6.80

METERS


Draft

4.20

METERS


Sail Area

473.81

SQUARE METERS


Deck & Interior Layout

An award-winning Superyacht

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.