CRN's presence at the upcoming season’s boat shows

CRN will have a strong presence at the upcoming season’s boat shows. The shipyard, specialised in the construction of mega-yachts in steel and aluminium, as well as composite materials, will be taking part in the two shows that open the season, held in Cannes and Monaco.

At the first of the mega-yacht shows, the Festival International de la Plaisance in Cannes, CRN will present the third hull of the new CRN 43 composite line, Rubeccan. She is a displacement-design maxi-yacht that can easily accommodate 10 passengers and 9 crewmembers. Built as a joint effort involving the CRN technical staff and the Zuccon International Project Firm, which handled the external layout, the interior furnishings and decorative scheme of this 43-metre vessel. Rubeccan features a distinctive personality, having been masterfully studied by the design office to meet the needs of the yacht’s owner, who already has another vessel, a 35-metre yacht, built by the shipyard.

At the Monaco Yacht Show (23-26 September), CRN will display Blue Eyes, a 60m steel and aluminium superyacht born from a joint collaboration between the CRN shipyard and the Zuccon International Project firm, who designed the exterior, while the interior design was handled by the Fabrizio Smania company.

A major innovation is the aft area of the lower deck, meant to function as a full-fledged beach club, with the stern hatch lowering nearly flush to the water, where it can be equipped with comfortable sun lounges to create an ideal solarium. Connected to this area is an indoor relaxation zone where guests can enjoy being close to the sea while relaxing on comfortable sofas in the shade.

Another distinctive feature of the superyacht is the balcony of the owner’s suite, designed to be nothing less than a terrace on the sea, thanks to a hatch that can be lowered 90 degrees.

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