Ancona-based shipyard, CRN has announced the sale of its new 62m full-custom superyacht, due to be developed under the name Project NL 303. The vessel will be hull number 137 in the CRN fleet.
Owned by Ferretti Group, CRN specialises in the construction of steel and aluminium superyachts, ranging from 45 to 100m. In a statement on the CRN website, the shipyard announced that this latest project was developed by its in-house technical team.
Italian design studio, Nuvolari Lenard was selected to work with the team on the superyacht’s interior and exterior design concept. CRN commented, “Nuvolari Lenard has been working with CRN for many years on the design of superyachts and megayachts like the 43 metre ‘Magnifica’, the 46 metre ‘Clarena’ and ‘Saramour’, the 72 metre ‘Azteca’, and its most recent project: The 55 metre ‘Atlante’, delivered last year.”
While no specifics on engine details or speed have been released yet, CRN did reveal an image of the project, which shows a sculptured superstructure, featuring a curved forepeak and plumb bow. CRN also revealed that it has three other vessels currently under construction: The 79m hull 135, the 74m hull 131, and the 50m hull now named ‘Superconero’.
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