One of the latest jewels by the Ancona-based Shipyard is to make its world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show.
CRN, a brand of the Ferretti Group specialising in the construction of 40 to 90-metre fully-custom steel and aluminium yachts, will be exhibiting at the Monaco Yacht Show - to take place from September 24 through 27 - with one of its latest jewels: the 61-metre M/Y CRN Saramour.
Launched in March this year, the 61-metre M/Y CRN Saramour will be making its debut at the international Monaco Yacht Show. The yacht, which has been sailing around the Mediterranean throughout the summer, is the result of a project undertaken and developed by CRN's Naval Engineering Department, in cooperation with Francesco Paszkowski Design, who is responsible for the yacht's exteriors and interiors, the latter in close cooperation with CRN's Interiors and Design Department and with the yacht owner's wishes clearly in mind.
With a length overall of 61.3 metres and a beam of 10.20 metres, the yacht has 5 decks plus a sub lower deck. It includes 5 guest cabins, 2 guest suites, 2 VIP cabins and a Master Suite, accommodating a total of 10 guests, plus 14 crew. The Saramour is equipped with two 3512 C-C 1230 kW@1800 rpm Caterpillar engines, allowing it to reach a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
Designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, M/Y CRN Saramour's exteriors have been conceived with a view to achieving an overall unity of shapes and a flawless blend of elements, which has been further enhanced through the use of glossy white and pale grey for the hull. The result is a yacht that is characterised by harmonious lines and a timeless design, with stylistic nods to the automotive world.