CRN introduces the CRN Dislopen superyacht line

Yesterday, CRN presented Dislopen, a unique superyacht concept, destined to establish new standards in the international luxury yachting industry. Dislopen, a range of innovative steel and aluminum yachts, integrates the shape and style of a high-performance open boat, with the volume and the comfort of a large displacement yacht.

CRN intends for the Dislopen line to develop into a new range of yachts, that offer a unique way to experience life onboard, offering constant direct contact with the sea through its outdoor areas whilst having even greater onboard comfort and space.

This original concept developed from a combination of ideas gathered from CRN’s many years of experience in building bespoke superyachts, as well as the architects Gianni and Paola Zuccon of Studio Zuccon International Project, long-standing partners of the brand and the Ferretti Group.

The Dislopen line consists of three projects: a 46 metre, a 52 metre, and a 62 metre long. The 46 and the 52 have also been developed in two versions, in which the stern varies aesthetically, reducing the overall length by two metres in each model.

Despite the sporty look, similar to that of small and medium yachts, the Dislopen range offers transatlantic range, with the typical comfort of a displacement yacht.

A key feature of the Dislopen line, is the oversized aft deck, which features a large sunbathing area with a swimming pool in the three exclusive designs, and a luxurious large lounge and a covered dining area. The bow of the yachts feature a second lounging area with a C-shaped sofa and sunpads.

All the Dislopen models have five VIP cabins and a master suite, with appropriate crew accommodation, from 9 to 15 crew, depending on the model.

According to Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman of CRN and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of the Ferretti Group “With the Dislopen concept, CRN confirms its vocation in the international luxury boating: innovation, creation, looking forward. The project is the result of detailed analysis of the market and its demands, carried out by CRN together with the Ferretti Group as well asour commitement to research and development and our collaboration with our long-standing partners at Studio Zuccon”.

“When it is a matter of customer proximity, flexibility and quality, CRN is one of the leading International companies. We are already working at implementing the Dislopen project, providing continuation to a phase that today features the ship yard of Ancona engaged in the construction of twenty Megayachts that are unique worldwide” Tacoli concludes.

"The Dislopen project is an example of how the phase of ‘listening out’ to the clients’ needs, has been fundamental to a niche market, but of a very high level, like ours. CRN also shows its eclecticism: a few days ago we submitted a draft for a 52 metre megayacht with very classic features, inspired by the seventies and eighties while Dislopen is a completely different concept, representing something unique in our industry,” Luca Boldrini, Brand Manager of CRN added.

The architect Gianni Zuccon explains: “The project of the new CRN boat range Dislopen clearly defines itself, already by its name, as a research into innovative typologies, by critically reconsidering the prevailing spatial and functional contents of the other types of boats. The Dislopen is a kind of hybrid typology that aims at constructing a new scene in which the positive aspects of onboard living are given particular attention as regards individual and common spaces as well as the dynamics created between the external and the internal spaces. .

Dislopen aspires to serve as a way of life at sea in which it is possible to merge the typical features of comfort of displacement boats with simplicity and the sportiness of smaller open boats. With its actual size difference, it proposes itself with a language that is based on stylistic features capable of expressing this fusion”

The 46 metre has twin Caterpillar C32 engines with a cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 15 knots. The 52 metre depends on twin Caterpillar 3512 C engines, that provide a cruising speed of 14 and a maximum speed of 15. The Dislopen 62m Sport is powered by 2 Caterpillar C 3512 C engines that can reach a cruising speed of 14 knots and a maximum speed of 15 knots.

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By Maarten Janssen



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