The new yacht has been engineered by CRN’s Ancona-based Technical Department, complimented by Italian firm Nuvolari Lenard, who took care of exterior concept and interior design.
At 62 metres long and with a beam of 11.50 meters, this yacht embodies CRN’s modern approach to displacement motor yachts. Classical lines have been replaced by the unmistakable all-Italian style of Nuvolari Lenard, revealing rakish and yet harmonious lines that seem to be shaped by the wind. The bow is vertical, not to follow the current trend, but to ensure maximum length in the water, thereby increasing speed and maximising the forward volumes, where the garage is located.
CRN’s Technical Department turned Nuvolari Lenard’s concept into reality by optimising technical spaces with no detriment to the interior layout. The aft Owner’s stateroom, opens up to the al fresco dining area. The upper deck, which has now become the Owner's Deck, includes a forward panoramic lounge that can remain, at the discretion of the owner, private or open.
The new vessel features 5 decks and includes the Owner’s stateroom and 5 VIP cabins, hosting up to 12 guests. It will be equipped with two MTU 12V4000 M63 1500 Kw @1800 RPM engines that will push it to a maximum speed of 16 knots.
Three more vessels are currently under construction at CRN: 74 m M/Y CRN 131, to be delivered during the spring and presented as an international première at the Monaco Yacht Show in September; 79 m M/Y CRN 135; and 50 m M/Y CRN 136 “Superconero”.