The Italian shipyard CRN, a part of the Ferretti Group, has signed a new contract for a 62m motoryacht. Known as Hull 137 or Project NL 303, the new project is fully customised and is a design work of the well-known Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard.
The design studio has produced the interior and exterior design for the 62m yacht, while all the technical work has been done by CRN. Little is known about Hull 137, but the shipyard has confirmed the construction will commence in December 2016.
With a little over two years of construction, Hull 137 is expected to be delivered at the beginning of 2019. The yacht itself features two MTU 12V 1500KW engines at 1800rpm. It will be able to accommodate 12 guests on board and develop a maximum speed of 12 knots.
Project NL 303
CRN has three other superyachts currently under construction. These include a 79m Hull 135, a 74m and the 50m CRN 'Superconero' which are due for delivery after 2017.
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