The 30.48-metre sailing yacht Chrisco has been sold with a last known asking price of €4,150,000. After 455 days on the market, the deal was wrapped up by Ocean Independence who represented the seller in the deal. The sale of the 95 GT yacht took place in Spain.Constructed in 2009 by Construction Navale Bordeaux (CNB), she features an exterior design by Luca Brenta and an interior design by Wetzels Brown Partners. Chrisco has been well-maintained and received all-new electronics, a complete repaint and brand new air conditioning and teak decks in 2016.The yacht has three staterooms that can accommodate up to six guests, though an additional three guests can sleep in the owner’s suite’s second double bed and the Pullman in one of two guest staterooms.Photo: Y.COPhoto: Y.COPhoto: Y.COMilanese designers Luca Brenta & Co devised her carbon-composite hull and halyard winches, concealed beneath carbon panels in the deck. They also created her glazed coach roof with 75 panels of laminated glass. Other amenities on board include a large cockpit set up with sun loungers and tables, accessible from the deckhouse.Photo: Y.COPhoto: Y.COPhoto: Y.COPowered by a Cummins diesel engine, the super-light sailing yacht can reach a top speed of 10 knots.
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