CRN’s latest project, 62m M/Y 138, is the fruit of a partnership with Dutch design studio Omega Architects, who are shaping her exterior profile, with the styling of the inside spaces being completed by Italian designers and architects Pulina Exclusive Interiors.
CRN is currently undertaking the building of the new hull for 138, which features flowing, sporty lines developed by Frank Laupman and his Omega team. The yacht combines imposing dimensions within a sleek profile with an array of functional details.
The metal hull and superstructure are now complete, and the ship has since been moved for the interior fitting-out, starting with the various systems and equipment (pipes, cables and insulation), before installation of the furnishings and décor begins.
With 4 decks and a subdeck, the layout of 138 will feature a double owner’s suite plus 6 cabins on the lower deck, including a VIP cabin, to accommodate up to 16 people on board. There are various dining areas as well as indoor and outdoor lounges, while generous windows provide an immediacy to the experience of the sea and the coast, suggested to enhance the intrepid explorer spirit of this new 62-metre vessel.
Besides 138, CRN is also constructing three additional fully custom yachts: CRN M/Y 137 (62 m), CRN M/Y 139 (70 m) and CRN M/Y 141 (60 m) together with a 50-metre Riva unit, a Pershing 140 and 18 Custom Line models from 30 to 42 metres in length.
In the upcoming issue of The Superyacht Business Report we will look into the 60m+ market, and consider what this data means for the market’s future.
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