It is not yet time to touch water for the M/Y 135 of CRN, 79 meters made of steel and aluminium, but soon it will be time. The project was developed by the site’s technical department, by Zuccon International Project, which designed the exteriors, and by Laura Sessa, an architectural firm, which designed the interiors.
The megayacht was positioned on the launch site, the inclined plane where the pre-launch operations will be completed over the next few weeks, which is certainly not easy given the overall displacement of the CRN M/Y 135, which exceeds 1,400 tonnes. Once at sea, it will become the second largest yacht ever launched by the shipyard, after the Chopi Chopi. Powered by two Caterpillars, it will be able to travel at a maximum speed of 16 knots and at a cruising speed of 15 knots.
CRN is currently building three other fully custom yachts in addition to this 79 m: M/Y CRN 137 62 meters which will be delivered within this Summer, M/Y CRN 138 62m and M/Y 139 70 m. The sale of the M/Y 141 was recently announced, a 60-metre yacht where Nuvolari and Lenard will be responsible for both the interior and exterior design.
The AlfaRosso explorer’s concept was designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design. Conceived for owners who love long navigation and the discovery of remote places, AlfaRosso presents an idea of displacement yacht that will be proposed in three different lengths of 45, 50 and 55 meters, with a Gross Tonnage starting from 499 GT for the 45 meters.
(CRN, the new 79 metre is ready for the launch… – Barchemagazine.com – February 2019)