The New CRN Project Moves To The Next Phase Of Construction.
Images: CRN & Omega Architects
A new 62-metre one-off yacht is taking shape within the facilities of CRN at Anconna. A sublime yacht combining imposing dimensions embodied in a sleek profile with an array of exquisite yet functional details, the CRN 62-metre M/Y 138 is the fruit from the collaboration between Dutch design studio Omega Architects who is shaping her exterior profile, and Italian designers and architects Pulina Exclusive Interiors, who will be styling the spaces within.
CRN is currently focusing into building the new hull, whose distinctive flowing, sporty lines forms the recurrent theme of the concept developed by Frank Laupman and his Omega team. The progress is as scheduled with the metal hull and superstructure completed. The CRN team will now begin installing the various systems and equipment before the installation of the furnishings and decor.
The 62-Metre CRN M/Y 138 features 4 decks and a subdeck – with a double owner’s suite plus a VIP cabin and 6 other cabins on the lower deck – to accommodate up to 16 people on board. With ample dining areas and indoor and outdoor lounges, the yacht is ideal for enjoying relaxing moments in good company, while the generous windows add a real immediacy to the experience of the sea and the coast in celebration of the vessel’s intrepid explorer spirit.
The CRN shipyard is also simultaneously constructing another 3 fully custom yachts: CRN M/Y 137 (62 m), CRN M/Y 139 (70 m) and CRN M/Y 141 (60 m), together with a 50-metre Riva unit, a Pershing 140 and 18 Custom Line models from 30 to 42 metres in length.