CRN, the Italian shipbuilder, has announced its new project, an 86-metre explorer yacht designed by Harrison Eidsgaard.
In a press release, CRN states this “new innovative and dynamic 86-metre explorer yacht embodies CRN’s DNA while also epitomising the cutting-edge style of Harrison Eidsgaard, one of the leading international yachting design firms.”
Designed for an owner used to enjoying long voyages with his family all over the world, including in remote locations, the project “empowers the concept of ‘exploration’” through areas on board specifically designed to house a full range of water toys and tenders. Guest areas have been designed to ensure a “constant, direct visual contact” with the sea.
Stefano De Vivo, chief commercial officer at CRN, commented, “Versatility, functionality, and elegance are the core features of our shipyard’s timeless yachts. Our close cooperation with leading international designers like Harrison Eidsgaard allows us to propose explorer yachts that have always been part of our DNA.
“Indeed, as early as in the 1980s CRN was a pioneer in the design and construction of an explorer yacht, the first one in international pleasure boating: the F100, designed by Gerhard Gilgenast in 1982. With Harrison Eisdgaard, we now want to go back to those values that have led us to be what we are today. We are really excited about this new cooperation, which has resulted in a very original concept.”
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