Inspired by previous CRN's, such as Azzurra II and Il Vagabondo Again, and by blending the seventies and the eighties with current day technology, CRN have created the Classic 52m, a new and completely customized, steel and aluminum displacement superyacht project.
The 52 metre superyacht was developed by CRN in collaboration with Studio Zuccon International Project. The layout allows for close contact with the sea, thanks to the large beach club in the stern and the balcony in the owner’s suite.
Accommodation will be provided for up to 12 passengers, in five guest cabins. Powered by Twin Caterpillar C32's, she will cruise at 14,5 knots, and flat out, will reach 15,5 knots.
The yacht's main tender will be stored in an unusual spot, midships on the main deck behind a wall of glass, as if it were in an art gallery, on display for those at the dinner table. Once the tender is launched, the tender bay becomes a large panoramic terrace, which integrates perfectly with the dining room.
“Some of the choices made for the Classic 52 m have been derived from analogue situations studied on yachts that have made history for our ship yard, and that could later be used for other models of our fleet” explained Luca Boldrini, CRN sales director. “CRN is moving more and more towards the concept of ships that want to make their owner feel ‘at home’ and where the attention given to the guests is further accentuated. The Classic 52 will also be a product of “simple” luxury with extreme attention given to the common and social spaces for the guests”, Boldrini concludes.