- Fleet - Rio Undergoes First Sea Trial

By SuperyachtNews

Rio Undergoes First Sea Trial

The 62m CRN superyacht successfully completes first trial on the open sea…

Following its launch in January 2022, Rio has passed its first set of sea trials. The 62m motor yacht set out from the Ancoca Superyacht Yard for a series of trials and functional tests. These initial inspections, performed by CRN’s team of specialised engineers and technicians in cooperation with external specialists, verified the yacht’s standards of excellence, design, build quality, and levels of performance and comfort.

Rio was designed and built by CRN in close collaboration with design and architecture studio Omega Architects, who created the exterior concept, and designers Pulina Exclusive Interiors for the styling inside. TWW Yachts is representing the Buyer, with TWW Yacht Management providing integral technical consultancy, survey, and project management supervision throughout the final stages of the construction process.

With a gross tonnage of 1,218 and an 11.2m beam, Rio ranges over four deck and can accommodate 12 guests in six cabins, including the owner’s suite and two VIP. The yacht is fitted with two Caterpillar 3512C engines and offers a top speed of 15 knots, with a cruising speed of 12 knots.

As shown in the above graph, Rio is one of three CRN superyachts scheduled for delivery in 2022, with a combined total LOA of 194m. If all deliveries are made it will match CRN’s ten-year high of three deliveries in 2013. 

Fleet data is one of the foundational pillars of The Superyacht Agency's intelligence, analysis and consultancy offerings. To find out more about The Superyacht Agency's various offerings, click here.

Profile links

Omega Architects Yacht Design

CRN Yacht

TWW Yachts

Pulina Exclusive Interiors

CRN 2022 2022 Delivered
62.00m 11.20m 1218
Omega Architects Yacht Design
Pulina Exclusive Interiors
CRN Yacht

Join the discussion

Rio Undergoes First Sea Trial


To post comments please Sign in or Register

When commenting please follow our house rules

Click here to become part of The Superyacht Group community, and join us in our mission to make this industry accessible to all, and prosperous for the long-term. We are offering access to the superyacht industry‚Äôs most comprehensive and longstanding archive of business-critical information, as well as a comprehensive, real-time superyacht fleet database, for just £10 per month, because we are One Industry with One Mission. Sign up here.

Related news

Image for Royal Huisman turns Project 460

Royal Huisman turns Project 460

Royal Husiman's Project 406 has been revealed and turned in Vollenhove, Netherlands


Image for ISA Yachts Project Amarcord in build

ISA Yachts Project Amarcord in build

The 80m project's construction has officially begun


Image for February new build fleet analysis

February new build fleet analysis

The slow start to the year continues with the projected order book beginning to look unrealistic


Image for Southern Wind launches Sørvind

Southern Wind launches Sørvind

The launch is the yard’s first of 2022


Image for First Amels 60 has been unveiled

First Amels 60 has been unveiled

The first Amels 60 has been unveiled at the Damen Yachting shipyard in Vlissingen


Image for Lürssen's Project Blue has been launched

Lürssen's Project Blue has been launched

The 160m project has been launched at the Bremen shipyard


Sign up to the SuperyachtNews Bulletin

The SuperyachtNews App

Follow us on