Omega Architects Onboard The Monaco Yacht Show

The Dutch naval architecture firm to showcase its exterior design works in Port Hercule.

Omega Architects, renowned for their top-notch interior and exterior naval architecture designs, are proud to announce that they will be presenting three of their most recent builds at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022. With the stage set in Port Hercule from 28th September to 1st October, the 62m CRN Rio, 60m Heesen Lusine, and 52m CRN Ciao will be on display for enthusiasts to fancy.

​CRN - 52m Ciao

The 52m Ciao will be the second yacht to be launched by CRN and is set to make its global debut in Monaco this year. Built under the name 'CRN 124', she features a sporty profile designed by Omega Architects with a colourful interior implemented courtesy of Massari Design. The substantial volume of the yacht leaves the design team with plenty of space to develop the yacht's overall style, featuring a 9-metre beam, 499 GT and a spacious four-deck layout.  

​CRN - 62m Rio

Together, CRN and TWW yachts will be showcasing the all-new 62m Rio superyacht this year. Omega Architects was the studio behind her exterior styling, and she will mark the third superyacht that has brought CRN and Omega into direct partnership.

Heesen Yachts - 60m Lusine

And last on this list, Heesen Yachts will showcase its recently delivered superyacht Lusine at Monaco. Omega Architects took reins in drawing her exterior lines, while Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design curated her interior spaces, with her naval architecture managed by Van Oossanen.