CRN Shipyard, a specialist in steel and aluminium superyacht construction measuring between 50 and 90 metres in length, has signed a new contract for the construction of a 50m motor yacht, Superconero.
Superconero, whose naval engineering project has been developed by CRN Engineering in cooperation with design firm Zuccon International Project, is a steel and aluminium 50-metre-long and nine-metre-wide displacement yacht falling within the 500 GRT class.
The 50m megayacht will include all the main systems and solutions developed by CRN over the years; her balcony which can be enjoyed even while cruising, a terrace that opens onto the sea at anchor, the aft beach club and the Tender Bay, which for the first time ever turns a technical room into one area to host guests.
Lamberto Tacoli, chairman and CEO of CRN declared, “It is difficult to understand how the sale of a 50-metre yacht can mean more than that of larger vessels, but this is exactly what we are currently feeling at CRN. The Superconero line and the 50m projects we have conceived over the last few years with Zuccon International Project will enable CRN to offer world-class and high-quality, flawlessly-finished yachts, also thanks to the experience the shipyard has gained on previously built 70 and 80-metre vessels. I am sure our customers will appreciate these new lines and everything they hold within.”
The 50m Superconero will be built in parallel with other yachts currently under construction: the 55m CRN M/Y Atlante, which was recently launched, the 46m CRN M/Y Eight, the first refit in CRN’s history, the 74m CRN 131 and the 77 m CRN 135.
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