CRN’s latest superyacht project, the 62-metre hull 137, has reached the next stage of her build. For this project, CRN teamed up with Nuvolari Lenard, who designed both the interior and exterior of the yacht, and CRN’s Technical Department, who developed the engineering of the project.
In recent weeks, the hull, already including part of the superstructure, was moved, and the rest of the superstructure is currently being mounted. After this, the installation of the various systems and the preliminary activities for furniture installation will be carried out.
The design office opted for a straight bow design in order to increase the waterline length as well as internal volume, particularly around the forward crew areas. Her external look is contemporary, with swept lines and defining curves, and her profile is topped off with a trademark CRN-style mast.
The owner’s quarters on hull 137 will be found on the upper deck, which is designed as a dedicated owner’s deck. The master suite leads out onto the aft deck and connects to a forward-facing lounge that can either serve as a private space for the owner, or be made available to all guests.
The yacht will develop over five decks, and the layout will include a master suite and five VIP cabins which can accommodate up to twelve guests.
CRN have two other projects currently under construction, the 50-metre hull 136, Superconero, and the 79-metre hull 135.