CRN’s Ancona Technical Department is engineering the yacht, while Italian firm Nuvolari-Lenard designed the exterior concept and interior design. According to Ancona’s Technical Department, the emphasis is on optimum technical spaces that do not infringe on the interior layout.
Details released by CRN state the yacht has a beam of 11.5m and features five decks including the owner’s stateroom. A further five VIP cabins on board allow for up to 12 guests.
The upper deck has been named as the owner’s deck and contains a forward panoramic lounge with the option of being opened up or kept private at the owner’s will. The aft owner’s stateroom opens up to an alfresco dining area.
She will be equipped with two MTU 12V4000 M63 1500kw at 1800 RPM engines for a maximum speed of 16 knots. The bow is vertical to ensure maximum length in the water, therefore increasing speed and maximising the forward volumes.
CRN is also currently constructing 79 m M/Y CRN 135, 50 m M/Y CRN 136 Superconero, and 74 m M/Y CRN 131. CRN 131 is expected to be delivered in spring, and make its international debut at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show.
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