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Founded in 1963 in Ancona, Italy, CRN is a bespoke shipbuilder that specializes in designing and building fully custom aluminum or steel/aluminum yachts of up to 95m.
From a blank sheet, listening to and shaping the client’s desires, CRN develops innovative concept designs that transform the owner’s vision into a breathtaking custom yacht through a winning blend of passion and expertise, flexibility and creativity, dependability, and total commitment.
CRN’s many assets include an impressive production yard in Ancona spanning over 80,000sqm, one of the largest in Europe. A dedicated state of the art sheds combined with the latest generation equipment for construction and refit projects alike. But the heartbeat of the yard is its people. With their combined insight and problem-solving flair, our specialist engineers, architects, technicians, and craftspeople are always primed to rise to the challenges laid down by exacting clients.
A global beacon of excellence in Italian shipbuilding, CRN proudly creates yachts conceived by the owner’s vision through the expertise of its own hands.
Address:Via Enrico Mattei 26
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CRN launches M/Y 139
CRN’s new 72m steel and aluminium creation touches water for the first time…
Christie Yachts announces sale of 52m Ciao
The motor yacht from CRN, launched in 2022, had a last known asking price of €32 million…
CRN delivers 60m M/Y ‘141’
The new 60-metre vessel, built entirely of aluminium, has left the marina at the Ancona yard
CRN launches 60m M/Y CRN 141
The CRN 141 Project has been launched at the Ferretti Group Superyacht yard in Acona…
CRN launch 52m M/Y Ciao
The CRN 142 has been launched at the Ferretti Group Superyacht yard in Ancona…
CRN Delivers 62m Rio
The superyacht has left the Ancona yard for its debut Mediterranean cruise
Rio Undergoes First Sea Trial
The 62m CRN superyacht successfully completes first trial on the open sea…