CRN has announced the launch of its 50-metre (164-foot) collaboration with Zuccon International Project in a private ceremony at its shipyard in Ancona this week.
Inspired by CRN’s historic Superconero design from the sixties, and known as such during her build, Latona is a steel and aluminium displacement yacht with a “classic style and refined details”, each selected by her new owner.
According to CRN, the balance between her interior volumes and a desire to make the vessel as lean as possible have led to the creation of a yacht with sleek lines and a slender bow.
A beam of 8.60m and five wide decks give Latona large interior spaces that are enhanced by extensive windows; part of a design that CRN says makes it “possible to fully experience the navigation experience”, thanks to a balcony that can be used while underway, and a sea-view terrace, leaving the area open when at anchor.
Latona has a floodable garage transforming this area into an open-air living area that integrates with her beach club, and allowing her tender to enter the water without the use of a davit.
CRN and Ferretti Group CEO, Alberto Galassi said, “Every launch is a reason for great pride for the shipyard. This complex, magnificent 50-metres construction realises the desire of a selective and resolute owner, who has turned to the expertise and reality and the ability of CRN to build his personal project, turning his vision into a magnificent vessel.”
As the latest addition to the CRN fleet, Latona will be presented as a world premier at Monaco Yacht Show 2018. She was announced in July 2017.
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