by Dom Wiseman

The Italian Shipbuilder, CRN’s latest masterpiece exudes the unmistakable Italian style of Nuvolari Lenard, sitting at an impressive 62 metres long, with a beam of 11.50 meters. The lines are of the hull are sporty but classic, promising timeless elegance. Owned by the reputable Ferretti Group, the plans of their Shipyard’s hull number 137 have finally been unveiled to the public as of April 10.

Specialising in the construction of fully-custom steel and aluminium pleasure vessels, CRN’s new edition can accommodate up to 12 people, sharing 5 different decks and 5 VIP cabins. The bow has been built vertical to ensure maximum length in the water and allowing for greater speed. It will be powered by  two MTU 12V4000 M63 1500 Kw @1800 RPM engines that will see the new yacht reaching a maximum speed of 16 knots. The garage has been placed at the front of the ship to maximise space and optimise speed.

Nuvolari Lenard’s concept has been brought to life by CRN’s Ancona-based Technical Department. Their engineers have prioritised technical space but have been careful not to impact on the interior layout. The Owner’s stateroom opens up to the al fresco dining area for friends and family. The upper deck offers a panoramic lounge, with an uninterrupted vista from the front for exceptional entertaining potential or the possibility to close it off, offering privacy and tranquillity with an unrivalled view.

Three more vessels are currently under construction at CRN that include 74 m motor yacht CRN 131, scheduled to be completed by spring 2017 and presented as an international première at the Monaco Yacht Show in France in September of this year. Also in the pipeline are the 79 m motor yacht CRN 135, and a 50 m motor yacht CRN 136 “Superconero”.

CRN is a part of the Ferretti Group and was established in 1963 Ancona Italy.