More good news for CRN, with its fourth new order related announcement of 2014. After the signing of the Letter of Intent (LOI) for the construction of a 68 metre – the biggest megayacht ever sold on the Chinese market – and two SuperConero 44m, CRN has signed a new LOI for the construction of a 77m motoryacht, destined for the Middle Eastern market.

The 77m superyacht has been designed by Studio Zuccon International Project together with CRN Engineering, with interior design by Laura Sessa Romboli, all in close collaboration with the owner. The yacht will be used privately, and on her launch will be the second biggest yacht the yard has built to date, behind 80m Chopi Chopi and ahead of 73m Azteca.

Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman and CEO of CRN, comments: “I am very proud of the signing of this last letter of intent for a new 77 metre megayacht, another ambitious project for CRN, which allows us to continue to grow. I believe that CRN’s challenge involves keeping the 'tension' high while aiming at continuous improvement. With this in mind, the project of the 77m is a new challenge in such a strategic market as that of the Middle-East”.

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