CRN delivers the M/Y 137 Megayacht
The new 62-metre vessel, an icon of creativity, bespoke innovation and contemporary yachting style, leaves the marina at the Ancona yard
Ancona, 30 July 2020 – The M/Y 137, the latest fully-custom steel and aluminium work of art by CRN, has been delivered to her owner. The megayacht has now embarked on her maiden Mediterranean cruise.
Taut yet fluid, the aerodynamic external lines lend the yacht strong character and an inimitably Italian touch. The striking impression is reinforced with the personalised colours of her smoky quartz hull, silver sand superstructure and jet black details.
The new 62-metre megayacht with an 11.50-metre beam was designed by CRN with Italian architecture studio Nuvolari Lenard, who developed the concept and the interior and exterior styling. The owner’s powerful personality and resolve shine through in the bold, unmistakable lines that stand out for miles, for an iconic masterpiece that will endure the test of time.
This bespoke yacht spans 5 decks with a master suite and 5 VIP cabins to accommodate 12 guests in exquisite comfort. The upper deck is the owner’s exclusive domain, with a suite to the stern and a panoramic lounge at the bow offering total privacy and a space to entertain friends.
Besides her wealth of amenities and style features, the M/Y 137 is also the first CRN megayacht to earn IMO Tier III1 certification, slashing harmful nitrogen oxide (NOx) exhaust emissions by 70%. This landmark achievement is sure to be welcomed by owners who are increasingly sensitive to environmental concerns.
An emblem of CRN’s excellence and in-depth expertise, the megayacht is the work of all the highly accomplished artisans and technical specialists at the Ancona yard. Her creativity and craft is a winning blend of complementary skills, ideas and knowledge, united by a passion to build something truly unique – inspired by the brand motto “Made by you with our own hands”.
CRN is currently constructing another 3 fully custom yachts: the 62-metre CRN M/Y 138, the 72-metre CRN M/Y 139, and the 60-metre CRN M/Y 141.