Designed by Omega Architects in collaboration with the CRN Engineering Department, the CRN 132 is the first yacht to be build on the yard's new naval platform of 12.5m in width, with sleek lines that make the profile streamlined. The interior has been designed by Droulers Architects who also worked with CRN's in-house Interiors and Design Office.
“Following the launch of 61m CRN 133 a few months ago, we are proud to celebrate the launch of the new motoryacht Yalla, which represents a challenge and an objective for the whole CRN shipyard. Yalla will mark another important result for the development of CRN in the world," said Lamberto Tacoli, chairman and CEO of CRN of the new launch. "A sincere thanks for the trust of the owner and for the work of all the employees and subcontractors who have worked on the project, to the architects Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and to Droulers Architecture. I would also like thank our shareholder Weichai Group and the new CEO of the Group Alberto Galassi for their participation in this important event for CRN and for the whole Ferretti Group."
The CRN 132 has accommodation for 12 guests over six cabins, including an owners' suite and VIP cabins, and a crew of 22.
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