● CRN - 62M


Superyacht - - What’s On -

A new en­try at the brand’s An­co­na ba­sed shi­pyard. In fact Fer­ret­ti Group’s brand CRN whi­ch has been buil­ding steel and alu­mi­nium mo­tor ya­ch­ts from 40 to 100 me­tres for the in­ter­na­tio­nal ya­ch­ting mar­ket, is cur­ren­tly buil­ding the CRN 131 “Cloud 9” wi­th an LOA of 74 me­tres, whi­ch will be pre­sen­ted at the next MYS ( Mo­na­co Yacht Show), to­ge­ther wi­th the 79 me­tre CRN 135 and the 136 Su­per­co­ne­ro mo­del mea­su­ring 50 me­tres. The An­co­na yard has re­cen­tly be­gun con­struc­tion work on a new 62 me­tre, de­si­gned by Nu­vo­la­ri Le­nard. This new di­spla­cing mo­del does not ta­ke af­ter tra­di­tio­nal CRN li­nes, but is vi­si­bly clo­ser to Nu­vo­la­ri Le­nard stu­dio’s sty­le. The yacht’s ex­te­rior design stands out for the fluid mo­dern li­nes it pos­ses­ses whi­ch are un­der­sco­red by a ver­ti­cal bow, whi­ch ser­ves a dual pur­po­se. The ver­ti­cal bow in­crea­ses wa­ter­li­ne leng­th en­han­cing grea­ter speed whi­le ma­xi­mi­zing in­ter­nal vo­lu­me in the han­gar/ga­ra­ge area whe­re the yacht’s ten­der is nor­mal­ly sto­wed. The up­per deck the fif­th and la­st, is de­di­ca­ted to the ow­ner. It com­pri­ses the main sui­te whi­ch fa­ces aft and a con­si­de­ra­ble loun­ge area fa­cing the bow whi­ch can be clo­sed off to vi­si­ting guests ac­cor­din­gly. The re­mai­ning fi­ve VIP ca­bins are si­tua­ted along the lo­wer deck on whi­ch we al­so find at so­me con­ve­nient di­stan­ce, the en­gi­ne room wi­th a pair of MTU 2,012 HP en­gi­nes and la­st but not lea­st the crew’s quar­ters. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion: CRN;VIA En­ri­co Mat­tei 26, 60125 An­co­na, Ita­ly; tel. +39 071 5011111; www.crn-yacht.com - in­fo@crn-yacht.com

TECHNICAL DATA LOA: 61.90 m – Beam: 11.50 m - Draught: 3.10 m – Gross tons: 1,240 GRT – En­gi­nes: 2x2.012 HP MTU 12V4000 M63 – Top speed de­cla­red: 16 kno­ts – Na­val ar­chi­tec­tu­re: CRN En­gi­nee­ring – Ex­te­rior Design: Nu­vo­la­ri Le­nard – Interior Design: Nu­vo­la­ri

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