The new CRN superyacht has left the Marina of Ancona. With a length of 62 meters and a beam of 11.50 meters, it was designed in collaboration with the Italian architectural studio Nuvolari Lenard, who developed the concept and style of both the exterior and interior.
M/Y 137 is a full-custom superyacht in steel and aluminum reflecting the strong personality and determination of the owner with its powerful and unmistakable lines. The latest addition to the CRN range also stands out for its bold colors: smokey quartz hull, silver sand superstructure, and jet black details.
The yacht has 5 decks, with an owner’s suite and 5 VIP cabins to accommodate 12 guests onboard. The upper deck is reserved for the owner who, in addition to the suite dedicated to him and located aft, has a panoramic salon in the forward area that offers him maximum privacy on board, becoming a social space for friends as well.
M/Y 137 is the first CRN megayacht to obtain IMO Tier III certification, an important result that guarantees a 70% reduction in harmful emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) contained in engine exhaust gases.
CRN currently has 4 other fully custom-built yachts under construction: M/Y 138 62 meters, M/Y 139 72 meters, M/Y 141 60 meters, and CRN M/Y 142 52 meters.
(CRN, here is the new 62m – Barchemagazine.com – July 2020)