Hot on the heels of CRN’s recent announcement of a new explorer concept, the Italian shipyard has presented the industry with a second exciting piece of news, as they report the sale of a new 70m superyacht. Referred to as simply hull number 139, the details of this sale remain under wraps with CRN, apart from a few sneak peeks and a simplistic rendering to give an idea of what can be expected from the Italian shipyard.
The new project has been design by Vallicelli Design in collaboration with the CRN Technical Office for the project’s engineering plans and development. Architects Andrea Vallicelli and Alessandro Nazareth are responsible for the creation of the concept, the exterior lines illustrated above, and the interior layout.
Architects Andrea Vallicelli and Alessandro Nazareth are responsible for the creation of the concept, the exterior lines illustrated above, and the interior layout.
In line with the original brief, the new 70m superyacht has been created to provide generous interior and exterior spaces on board. While the exact details remain confidential, we also know that this project has been created with functionality in mind. This is the first time that CRN and Vallicelli Design have collaborated together on a superyacht.
Earlier this year, CRN delivered 50m M/Y Latona, which made her official debut during the Monaco Yacht Show in September. The shipyard currently has three more superyachts under construction at its facility in Ancona, including 79m M/Y CRN 135, which is scheduled for delivery in 2019, 62m CRN 137, also on track for delivery next year and 62m CRN 138.
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