CRN to launch two superyachts in one week. The festivities will begin tomorrow, 22nd March, with the launch of the Navetta 43 Lady Trudy, a 43 metre composite superyacht. This will then be followed by M/Y CRN 130 being released to the water this coming Saturday. She will be the sixth 60 metre steel/aluminium superyacht launched by the shipyard since 2005.
Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman of CRN S.p.A. and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of the Ferretti Group commented; “These launchings are a further example of quality and continuity of the CRN shipyard. Both superyachts represent the innovative spirit of the Shipyard that distinguishes itself through creativity and flexibility. These are our strengths: the ability to be alert and our availability, the ability and willingness to understand and satisfy the needs of a demanding client who wants to realise an important project with us. We will continue to keep the product and the client at the centre of our work”.Photo: CRNM/Y CRN Navetta 43 Lady Trudy
Lady Trudy is a composite displacement Navetta, the sixth hull of the Navetta 43 line. The luxury yacht measures 43 metres with a beam of 8.60 metres wide; she can easily accommodate 10 passengers in five guest cabins and 9 crew members. Powered by twin Caterpillar C32-C engines Lady Trudy can reach a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.
The elongated streamlined profile and imposing cream-coloured hull, strongly characterises this 60 metre superyacht, hull number 130, from the CRN shipyard. Made out of steel and aluminium, the yacht has been commissioned to CRN by a European ship owner. The luxury yacht can accommodate 12 guests in the master cabin and 5 guest cabins, and 14 crew members.