Italian yard CRN has teamed up with Lobanov Design to present a 75metre superyacht, Begallta, an iconic, state-of-the-art project.
Developed by the yard’s technical office, Begallta will feature exterior design by Lobanov Design and interior décor by Pulina Exclusive Interiors. Designed for a “cosmopolitan owner”, Begallta aims to connect outdoor and indoor spaces with panoramic windows, expansive terraces and a large sundeck.
Stefano De Vivo, CRN Chief Commercial Officer mentions: “Begallta is an absolutely unique, unparalleled design, where the Lobanov studio’s signature style shines through to masterly effect. We love challenges, and this collaboration with Lobanov Design has yielded a stunningly innovative project that harmoniously blends sophisticated modern style and intimate contact with the elements of nature to exhilarating effect”.
“Creating iconic yachts that etch themselves into the imagination at first sight is what our design approach is all about. The constant quest for dynamic, ingenious, original solutions that instantly express a precise idea through the use of different styles is integral to our way of working, alongside the imperative to bring the unexpected to life. This project fully articulates our values and our style. We are pleased to have worked with CRN on what has proved a fascinating intellectual challenge for our studio”, added Igor Lobanov, Creative Director at Lobanov Design.
According to the yard, Begallta encapsulates CRN’s “charismatic, forward looking spirit”. As mentioned Begallta’s silhouette captivates the eye with its modern design, exemplified to perfection by the tapered bow, which slices through the water’s surface when under way. The yacht’s unique stylistic hallmark is the line that slants along the hull and superstructure like a ribbon, seamlessly uniting her decks and lending an unprecedented sense of fluidity.
Moreover the design promotes contact with natural surroundings: from the panoramic windows to the generous terraces and glorious sundeck, where the sunlight glints off the surface in a play of architectural lines, drawing the eye to the hard top as sky meets sea. The interior is inspired from New York loft living with “minimalist décor and avant-garde entertainment features".