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CRN announces new contract

CRN, part of the Ferretti Group, has announced the contract for a new 62m motoryacht, with interior and exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard.…

ITALY, Ancona. CRN, part of the Ferretti Group, has announced the contract for a new 62m motoryacht project conceived by Nuvolari Lenard.

Construction of hull 137 — a fully custom project code name NL303 — will commence in December and will offer accommodation for up to 12 guests. The project was developed by the engineering team at CRN in collaboration with Nuvolari Lenard. The 62m is the forth project by the Italian design studio for CRN to enter into construction with work underway on 79m hull 135, 74m hull 131 and 50m Superconero.

Once launched, which is due to take place at the beginning of 2019, the new 62m will join 43m Magnifica, 46m Clarena and Saramour, 72m Azteca and 55m Atlante, all of which were designed by Nuvolari Lenard.

“Two MTU 12V 4000 1500kW engines will achieve a maximum speed of 16 knots,” explains Federica Silva at the shipyard. “Unfortunately we cannot say anything more about the project at this stage.”

We hope to bring you more information about the project as it becomes available.


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