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M/Y '135' ready to launch

CRN announces that its latest 79m superyacht is on the slipway…

CRN has announced that it is ready to launch its latest custom steel and aluminium superyacht.

At the time of writing, the 79m M/Y 135 is currently on the slipway awaiting her pre-launch checks and processes.

The yacht, which was designed by the CRN Technical Office, in collaboration with the Zuccon International Project design studio, has a sleek shape and smooth lines. They worked with Laura Sessa studio to develop the yacht’s interiors.

As well as M/Y 135, CRN is currently constructing three other full-custom yachts, one of which is a 62m vessel due for delivery this summer. 

According to Superyacht Intelligence, CRN has started to produce much larger models in recent years, with the average LOA increasing by 10m in the last 5 years. After a dip in activity in 2016, when CRN failed to deliver a single vessel, the Italian builder appears to have hit its stride, consistently delivering vessels in each of the years that followed.

The Superyacht New Build Report, which is not yet out, will provide expert analysis of the current superyacht new build landscape, as well as boasting exclusive features with some of the superyacht market's most influential stakeholders.

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